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Create a directory to hold the source tree
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        mkdir <CI20 Android Directory>
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Enter new directory
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        cd <CI20 Android Directory>
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Create repo and fetch contents
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        repo init -u git://github.com/MIPS/manifests.git -b dev-mips-kitkat -m mips-kk-4.4.2_r1.m1.xml
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        repo sync
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Set up environment variables needed to build image
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        export TOP=`pwd`
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        source build/envsetup.sh
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        lunch aosp_ci20-userdebug
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        export JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/java-6-oracle
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Run "make"
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        make -j 8 # You may need to adjust the number depending on your build system
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Insert an SD card to be written into the host system then run the following commands
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        cd device/imgtec/ci20/sdcardinstaller/
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        ./mksdcard /dev/sd''X'' # The name of the SD card device may vary across systems
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The SD card can now be used to [[CI20_Dev_Zone#NAND_Flashing_SD_card|flash the CI20 NAND.]]
  
 
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Revision as of 13:40, 8 January 2015

Create a directory to hold the source tree

       mkdir <CI20 Android Directory>

Enter new directory

       cd <CI20 Android Directory>

Create repo and fetch contents

       repo init -u git://github.com/MIPS/manifests.git -b dev-mips-kitkat -m mips-kk-4.4.2_r1.m1.xml
       repo sync
       

Set up environment variables needed to build image

       export TOP=`pwd`
       source build/envsetup.sh
       lunch aosp_ci20-userdebug
       export JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/java-6-oracle

Run "make"

       make -j 8 # You may need to adjust the number depending on your build system

Insert an SD card to be written into the host system then run the following commands

       cd device/imgtec/ci20/sdcardinstaller/
       ./mksdcard /dev/sdX # The name of the SD card device may vary across systems

The SD card can now be used to flash the CI20 NAND.