with 7pzip and Win32DiskImager. Serial connection to mini MX (Click to Enlarge). I also have K1 Plus here, but since Ive just finished reviewing Beelink mini MX, I decided to use the latter instead. For example, mini MX would only get a Fast Ethernet connection with K1 Plus device tree file, but once I extracted the one from the Android firmware I got an Gigabit Ethernet connection. 200 units in stock.
Insert the micro SD card (2GB or greater) in your computer, check the device with lsblk, and flash the image to your SD card by replacing /dev/sdX in the command below by your actual device. Enjoy 22/8: Back in stock 3/9: Back in stock again 6/9: Back in stock again). Gz file, which I copied to the boot partition in the SD card with Ubuntu. K1 Plus has the uart headers populated so you dont have to solder anything, but mini MX requires a little bit a soldering on the clearly marked Tx, Rx, GND pins.
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Update : Its easy to put the case together with the serial wires by cutting the plastic case a little. First download the Ubuntu image: ubuntu-14.04-headless-arm64.7z. The instructions below boot Linux from the (micro) SD card, and can still boot Android if you remove the SD card. Connect your USB to TTL debug board to your computer, configure minicom / putty / screen to 115200 8N1, start the board, and press the space bar to interrupt the boot: You may want to run printenv in order to back the default settings: Now. But later once an image with network is working, you could also build and load fw_setenv and fw_saveenv, and do the same steps with an Android shell and without the need to open the device. I dont have firmwre for mini NX, so I dumped the boot partition with an adb shell: Then I followed the instructions to extract a device tree file from Android, until I get g-second. If youll need to get g either from some firmware update file, or directly from the nand flash.