I'm need help on the 8GB thing too, did you find anything?I installed omnirom on a pi4 8gb and its working great, fast and impressive, well done
My question/s are: I have a fan... how do I control it? currently its running all the time, its the case fan with the starter kit
Is it difficult to increase the storage space? I'm using a 64gb microSD but only 8gb is allocated
Just found how to
I'm pretty sure this is possible. I'm using a dongle with my Android head unit in my car with no problem. There were a few steps to get it set up but it works well now that it is. When I have a chance to try it out I will follow up here.I've been really looking forward to seeing something like this. Only thing I'd want to know is if there's any 4G/LTE radios I could purchase that would be compatible with this. It'd be a great building block to making a custom cellular device if there's a complete OS already.
Not supported and also not planned from my sideHas anyone been able to get the official 7in raspberry touch screen using ribbon cable to work with this. I have tried modifying the config file my self using many other config files as guides and also tried straight copying them but haven't had any success. To be honest I don't fully know what I'm doing to modify it my self
Hello everyone, i installed omnirom android 11 in my raspberry pi4 and works fine, but i need to use my display in portrait mode.
I try some applications to do that, like "control rotation" and similars, I've got portrait mode in desktop but lockscreen still in landcape mode.
How can i change lockscreen to portrait mode?
Thanks in advance
may i ask why there will be no camera support ?
Would it be possible to add a feature to add a toggle slider that can fully disable Passpoint? The moment I turn on WiFi OmniRom immediately crashes and logcat seems to point to PasspointManager as the cause. I'm researching a way to shut off Passpoint on the OS level but having a UI feature would make life much easier. I don't think that Passpoint was properly implemented in the android-rpi source code as this issue occurs on all related distros (Lineage, android-rpi, Emteria, Omnirom) and on both of my CM4s as well as my 4B. This does not appear to be an issue in all regions as it does not occur when I'm using the RPi in a location where no Hotspot 2.0 networks show up in network search. Unless it can somehow be proven that someone on the forum is able to connect to a Hotspot 2.0 network and that this feature is functional a slider may not be necessary and simply fully disabling Passpoint until the source is working correctly would be an even better option.
AOSP offers this instruction but I have no idea where to edit it:
"Conversely if device implementations do not include support for Wi-Fi Passpoint:
[C-2-1] The implementation of the Passpoint related WifiManager APIs MUST throw an UnsupportedOperationException."
If you know how to make this change I am glad to test it out and report back.
Hi Max, I am running a Pi4 4GB and we are intending to use it simple as a display for digital gauges running as a custom app that is booted from switch on, The current boot time for Omni on the Pi is around 50 seconds which quite a bit longer than i require. Is there a way to disable things like the splash screen both the rainbow and the OMNI, and also not activate certain services for which i dont need, such as bluetooth and wifi? We are relatively new to the pi but OMNI seems to the the only Android build that supports those nice 12.3" 1920x720 displays.
Any advise would be very gratefully received
Thank You very much for answer. I thing problem is with resolution. Touch matrix working well. Do you know, how to setup RPi4 boot up resolution for 800x480? Screen type is DSI-1