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Daily Snapshots, two variants. (note: opkgs are revision specific and reset daily.)
 
  
 
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Revision as of 03:39, 10 June 2021

Contents

Linux

Debian

Official Debian Installer


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As of April 2020 Debian have a ROCKPro64 images available. See forum thread here.

Instructions for creating a bootable image are in the README file on the Debian website, as at June 2020 these were too short

  • Download: firmware.rockpro64-rk3399.img.gz
  • Download: partition.img.gz
  • Create the disk image:
For Linux: zcat firmware.rockpro64-rk3399.img.gz partition.img.gz > complete_image.img>
For Mac: gzcat firmware.rockpro64-rk3399.img.gz partition.img.gz > complete_image.img
  • Write the image to your boot device:
For Linux: dd if=complete_image.img of=your_chosen_boot_device bs=4M
For Mac: Etcher

What you now have is the official Debian installer that will boot and run on your ROCKPro64. You will need an Ethernet connection and to answer the various installer questions/options.

Armbian


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Minimal Debian based Linux with powerful configurator and software installer. To find out more about Armbian and available options please visit their site

If you are booting from a Micro SD card, then both Linux kernel versions will work. If you are trying to boot from an eMMC module then the 4.4.y will work, but the newer 5.10.y will not.

  • Armbian packed as 7zip, please unzip first before dd.
  • DD image to microSD card or eMMC module and boot. Highly recommend using Etcher

Armbian Debian Buster XFCE Desktop [microSD / eMMC Boot] Armbian provides a mainline kernel build images for Debian Buster with XFCE Desktop

Armbian Ubuntu Focal XFCE Desktop [microSD / eMMC Boot] Armbian provides a mainline kernel build images for Ubuntu Focal with XFCE Desktop

Armbian Ubuntu Bionic for Server and Light Desktop [microSD / eMMC Boot] Armbian provides a mainline kernel build images for Ubuntu Bionic

Armbian Ubuntu Focal for Server and Light Desktop [microSD / eMMC Boot] Armbian provides a mainline kernel build images for Ubuntu Focal

DietPi


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DietPi is a lightweight, yet easy to setup and feature-rich Linux distribution, based on Debian. To find out more about DietPi, please visit the official documentation.

Discuss the ROCKPro64 build on the PINE64 forum thread.

  • DD image (for 4 GiB micro SD card or eMMC and above)
Direct download: DietPi_ROCKPro64-ARMv8-Buster.7z
  • Login with
Username: root
Password: dietpi

Community Debian builds


ayufan Debian and Ubuntu Release

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Forum thread concerning these releases can be found here

A number of release versions are available based on either Ubuntu or Debian. In addition releases are available that are stable (based on a 4.4 kernel which has all the RockChip patches in it) or pre-releases (based on the latest linux kernel). An overview of the philosophy is on this GitHub page.

Clicking through on any chosen release header (or expanding the "assets" section under the Changelog) will provide options to download many images suitable for the ROCKPro64 as well as others suitable for other devices such as the Rock64 and PinebookPro - please read the download filenames carefully to choose precisely the image you desire.

Mrfixit2001 Debian Release

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Mrfixit has engineered 2 releases based on Debian.

Feature complete desktop release See forum thread here.

  • DD image to microSD card or eMMC module and boot. Highly recommend using Etcher
GitHub Release page
  • Login with
username: rock
password: rock

Minimal Debian Forum thread concerning this release can be found here

  • DD image to microSD card or eMMC module and boot. Highly recommend using Etcher
GitHub Releases page
  • Login with
username: rock
password: rock

Manjaro ARM

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To learn more about Manjaro please visit Manjaro Forum

  • DD image to microSD card or eMMC module. Highly recommend using Etcher
  • Console and SSH default login:
username: manjaro
password: manjaro
  • Community Build Images (for microSD / eMMC Boot)
Manjaro KDE ARM
Manjaro MATE ARM
Manjaro XFCE ARM
Manjaro I3 ARM
Manjaro SWAY ARM

AOSC

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Originally AnthonOS (an OpenSUSE derivative built with SUSE Studio), then remade as a Debian derivative with customised KDE 4 UI and CJK support.

To learn more about AOSC, please visit the official AOSC website

  • AOSC using LZ4 compression algorithm, please visit the LZ4 github site for utility
  • 8GB microSD card or eMMC module and above
  • Login with
username: aosc
password: anthon
  • Community Build Images (microSD / eMMC Boot)
AOSC KDE
AOSC GNOME
AOSC MATE
AOSC Cinnamon
AOSC XFCE
AOSC LXDE

Twister OS

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Desktop computing experience for SBCs, right out-of-the-box. Including themes, applications, tools, and optimizations to get the most out of your SBC.

For more information on Twister OS, please visit the {https://twisteros.com/ official site]

Twister OS Armbian-Reforged XFCE Desktop beta images [SD boot]

After flashing image with Etcher, edit /boot/armbianEnv.txt, replace the dtb name with rk3399-rockpro64.dtb.

size: 2.8GB
  • Login with
username: pi
password: raspberry

Twister OS Monka-Manjaro XFCE Desktop beta images [SD boot]

After flashing image with Etcher, edit /boot/armbianEnv.txt, replace the dtb name with rk3399-rockpro64.dtb.

size: 8.9GB
  • Login with
username: pi
password: root

SkiffOS

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Minimal cross-compiled OS optimized for hosting distributions in Docker containers. Provides the reliability of firmware with the ease-of-use of package managers.

Uses the Buildroot cross-compilation tool for support for all Pine64 boards.

Use configuration packages to configure distro:

  • core/gentoo: Gentoo optimized for Rockpro64
  • core/nixos: NixOS arm64

You can also configure the skiff core yaml file to configure multiple distros to run in parallel.

The boot-up OS can be upgraded independently from the containers.

Download location

The repository and instructions can be found here.

Slackware

Slackware.jpg

Slackware is a very old, interesting, convenient and easy distribution. http://fail.pp.ua

You can follow the ongoing discussion about Slackware on the PINE64 forum (https://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=6823)

  • This Slackware build using ZST compression algorithm, please visit the ZST github site for utility

Slackware Aarch64 XFCE

Community Build Image [microSD Boot] with a graphical shell

  • DD image to microSD card and boot. Highly recommend using Etcher
download (look for slarm64-current-aarch64-xfce-rockpro64-x.xx.x-build-xxxxxxxx.img.zst)
  • Login with
Username: root
Password: password

Slackware Aarch64 Miniroot

Community Build Image [microSD Boot] without a graphical shell

  • DD image to microSD card and boot. Highly recommend using Etcher
download (look for slarm64-current-aarch64-base-rockpro64-x.xx.x-build-xxxxxxxx.img.zst)
  • Login with
Username: root
Password: password

To run the OS on eMMC

Flash the image to micro SD, power up the board with micro SD and login
Copy the image file to micro SD by using SFTP. The image file must be in .img. note : root user are not allow transfer file to micro SD.
After finish copy the file, power off the board and add eMMC module to the board
  • Bootup the board, run below command for flashing to eMMC module
dd if=[image file] of=/dev/mmcblkX bs=10M
example: dd if=slack-current-aarch64-xfce_29Sep18-4.4.162-rockpro64-build-20181126.img of=/dev/mmcblkX bs=10M
  • then edit 2 files in eMMC module:
mount /dev/mmcblk1p1 /media
echo "rootdev=/dev/mmcblk1p1" >> /media/boot/uEnv.txt
sed -i 's:mmcblk0p1:mmcblk1p1:' /media/etc/fstab
  • After done, power off board and remove microSD. Then bootup with only eMMC module.

OpenWrt

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OpenWrt ​is a highly extensible ​GNU/​Linux ​distribution for embedded devices ​(typically wireless routers). Unlike many other distributions for these routers, OpenWrt ​is built from the ground up to be a full-featured, easily modifiable operating system for your router. In practice, this means that you can have all the features you need with none of the bloat, powered by a Linux kernel ​that's more recent than most other distributions.

Choose a version and DD image to SD card (for 512MB microSD card and above)

default IP: 192.168.1.1
username: root

OpenWrt wiki notes: Main differences of buildbot snapshots vs. official stable releases

  • snapshots do not contain LuCI GUI by default. It needs to be installed by the user.
  • snapshots are completely untested. Just automatic builds of the most recent source code and packages. Although snapshots are usually ok, they may sometimes contain serious bugs that prevent booting the device correctly or even prevent easy sysupgrading to new versions.
  • snapshots are built daily, and that sets time limits to installing new packages with opkg. Due to kernel version checksums, you can only install “kmod” kernel modules and other kernel version dependent modules from the exactly same snapshot build. So, a few hours after flashing the firmware you may not be able to install new modules with opkg any more (as the next snapshot has been built into the download repo and has different checksums). See OpenWrt wiki for package availability time limits.

OpenWrt 21.02

Release Candidates:

  • 21.02.0-rc2
    Version: 21.02.0-rc2 (r16122-c2139eef27)
    Date: 2021-05-29 21:10:28
  • 21.02.0-rc1
    Version: 21.02.0-rc1 (r16046-59980f7aaf)
    Date: 2021-04-21 01:29:32

OpenWrt Snapshot Build [microSD Boot]

LibreELEC (KODI)

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LibreELEC is a lightweight ‘Just enough OS’ Linux distribution purpose-built for Kodi on current and popular mediacentre hardware.

Official LibreElec KODI Build Image [microSD / eMMC boot]

Unzip and DD image to microSD card or eMMC module and boot. Highly recommend using Etcher
8GB microSD card or eMMC module and above
  • download (look for PINE64 RockPro64-LibreELEC-RK3399.arm-x.x.x-rockpro64.img.gz)

OpenMediaVault

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OpenMediaVault is the next generation network attached storage (NAS) solution, click this link to OMV main page to learn more.

Forum thread concerning this release can be found here

Stretch 32bit (armhf) [microSD / eMMC Boot] [0.8.3]

DD image to microSD card or eMMC module. Highly recommend using Etcher
Release notes on ayufan Linux github
Direct download from ayufan's github
size: 392MB
  • WebGUI Login:
username: admin
password: openmediavault
  • SSH/Console Login:
username: root
password: openmediavault
  • NB! You need to enable root login in OMV WebGUI
OpenMediaVault Basic Setup
OpenMediaVault Plugins

Stretch 64bit (aarch64) [microSD / eMMC Boot] [0.8.3]

DD image to microSD card or eMMC module. Highly recommend using Etcher
Release notes on ayufan Linux github
Direct download from ayufan's github
size: 340MB
  • WebGUI Login:
username: admin
password: openmediavault
  • SSH/Console Login:
username: root
password: openmediavault
  • NB! You need to enable root login in OMV WebGUI
OpenMediaVault Basic Setup
OpenMediaVault Plugins

NextCloudPi

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NextCloudPi includes not only NextCloud, but also management tools for backup, SSL certificates, SAMBA, enhanced security and more. Visit the project's website.

You can follow the ongoing discussion about NextCloudPi on the forum

NextCloudPi Community Build Image [microSD / eMMC Boot] [03-10-19]

  • DD image to microSD card and boot. Highly recommend using Etcher
Direct download from pine64.org
MD5 (XZ file): 6ab1b08a8e4c2ed3abe40511749971a7
File Size: 312MB
  • Login with
username: root
password: 1234

Batocera Linux

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It is an operating system in retrogaming. Visit the project's website here (https://batocera.org/)

You can follow the ongoing discussion about batocera.linux on the PINE64 forum (https://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=7084)

Batocera Linux Community Build Image [microSD / eMMC Boot] [5.25-20200310]

  • DD image to microSD card and boot. Highly recommend using Etcher
Direct download from batocera.org website
File Size: 834MB
MD5 (gzip file): 9559c7570e48ca0a51bd9fc639b8a3c0

Batocera Linux Community Build Image [microSD / eMMC Boot] [5.24-20191108]

  • DD image to microSD card and boot. Highly recommend using Etcher
Direct download from batocera.org website
File Size: 857MB
MD5 (gzip file): 3228bf24e555ef75bba562dfe09f30a4

Recalbox

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Recalbox allows you to re-play a variety of videogame consoles and platforms in your living room, with ease! Visit the project's website here (https://www.recalbox.com/)

You can follow the ongoing discussion about Recalbox on the PINE64 forum (https://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=7194)

Recalbox Community Build Image [microSD / eMMC Boot]

  • DD image to microSD card and boot. Highly recommend using Etcher
download latest release build from mrfixit2001 github.

Retro Arena

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Retro Arena Community Build Image [microSD / eMMC Boot] [Beta 0.0.8]

This is a BETA and therefore is not update-able nor supported, however bugs or issues are appreciated to be identified and shared via the issues tab on our GitHub so that we can address them in the future. The Roshambo Case support is baked in with one major caveat due to kernel limitation: You can power the unit off by the POWER switch and the RESET button works 100% however to power the unit on you will need to manually plug/unplug the power cord. This limitation will not be present in future releases. Visit the project's [1]

You can follow the ongoing discussion about Retro Arena on the forum

  • DD image to microSD card and boot. Highly recommend using Etcher
Direct download from pine64.org
MD5 (XZ file): fdfacfa8560356ba8d3aff0762c3e7cc
File Size: 4.06GB

Nems Linux [No Longer Maintained]

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NEMS stands for "Nagios Enterprise Monitoring Server" and it is a modern pre-configured, customized and ready-to-deploy Nagios Core image designed to run on low-cost micro computers.

To find out more about NEMS on the PINE64 and available tweaks to the installation please visit the PINE64 forum thread

  • Login with
Username: nemsadmin
Password: nemsadmin

NEMS Linux [microSD / eMMC Boot] [v1.5 - build 1]

DD image (for 16GB microSD card and above)
Download page with torrent seed or direct download.
Direct download from pine64.org
MD5 (XZ file): 2627bc0aa81e1c55de69a621d80987a5
File Size: 1.32GB

CentOS [No Longer Maintained]

Centos.png

CentOS-7 Community Build Image [microSD Boot]

Centos-7.4.1708 with kernel from Armbian-5.67 (minimum build)
DD image (for 8GB microSD card and above)
Project31 download mirrors
  • To find out more on installation process, please visit their Project31 site
Login with
username: root
password: centos

BSD Images

NetBSD

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To learn more about NetBSD please visit NetBSD main page

  • DD image to microSD card or eMMC module. Highly recommend using Etcher
download latest release build from NetBSD by select 64bit - RockPro64
size: 339 MB
  • Console and SSH default login:
username: root
password: [none]
  • Instructions concerning enabling SSH can be found here

OpenBSD

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Instructions to get OpenBSD on your ROCKPro64 are here.

Forum discussions are there.

Chromium OS

Chromium Community Build Image [microSD / eMMC Boot] [Beta (R76)]

Chromium.jpg
  • To learn more please visit Forum
  • DD image to microSD card or eMMC module. Highly recommend using Etcher

Android Images

Android 9.0.0

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Stock for DD method [eMMC Boot] [20200804]

  • Use 'dd' to write the image to the eMMC module using the USB-to-eMMC adapter module and boot. Using Etcher or another specialized SD writing tool is preferred.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • Supports new RockPro64 AP6256 Wifi/BT module
  • Support Sony IMX214 camera module and works on both MiPi-CSI ports
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel with tablet UI (not Android TV)
  • DD image for 8GB eMMC module
  • DD image for 16GB eMMC module
  • DD image for 32GB eMMC module
  • DD image for 64GB eMMC module

Stock for RK Flash tool [eMMC Boot] [20200804]

  • Please unzip first and then using Android tool to flash in
  • The OTG port located at USB type-C connector, needs USB type A to type C cable.
  • Direct download from pine64.org
    • MD5 (GZip file): 9ac830527814521e15b009fa2503c9e3
    • File Size: 589MB


Stock for DD method [eMMC Boot] [20200708]

  • Use 'dd' to write the image to the eMMC module using the USB-to-eMMC adapter module and boot. Using Etcher or another specialized SD writing tool is preferred.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • Supports new RockPro64 AP6256 Wifi/BT module
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel with tablet UI (not Android TV)
  • DD image for 8GB eMMC module
  • DD image for 16GB eMMC module
  • DD image for 32GB eMMC module
  • DD image for 64GB eMMC module

Stock for RK Flash tool [eMMC Boot] [20200708]

  • Please unzip first and then using Android tool to flash in
  • The OTG port located at USB type-C connector, needs USB type A to type C cable.
  • Direct download from pine64.org
    • MD5 (GZip file): 6d060ddd47ebcfd5cfcdbf90ec042c97
    • File Size: 589MB


Stock for DD method [eMMC Boot] [20190427]

  • Use 'dd' to write the image to the eMMC module using the USB-to-eMMC adapter module and boot. Using Etcher or another specialized SD writing tool is preferred.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • Please ignore "internal problem with your device" popup message if appear on Android boot-up page.
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel with tablet UI (not Android TV)
  • DD image for 16GB eMMC module
  • DD image for 32GB eMMC module
  • DD image for 64GB eMMC module

Stock for DD method [microSD Boot] [20190506]

  • DD image to microSD card and boot.
  • Use 'dd' to write the image to the eMMC module using the USB-to-eMMC adapter module and boot. Using Etcher or another specialized SD writing tool is preferred.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • Please ignore "internal problem with your device" popup message if appear on Android boot-up page.
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel with tablet UI (not Android TV)
  • DD image for 8GB microSD card
  • DD image for 16GB microSD card
  • DD image for 32GB microSD card
  • DD image for 64GB microSD card

Stock for RK Flash tool [eMMC Boot] [20190427]

  • Please unzip first and then using Android tool to flash in
  • The OTG port located at USB type-C connector, needs USB type A to type C cable.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel with tablet UI (not Android TV)
  • Direct download from pine64.org
    • MD5 (GZip file): 046BA4A07933120809FBE1B9577B7341
    • File Size: 592MB

Android 8.1.0

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Stock for DD method [eMMC Boot] [20180828]

  • Use 'dd' to write the image to the eMMC module using the USB-to-eMMC adapter module and boot. Using Etcher or another specialized SD writing tool is preferred.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel with tablet UI (not Android TV)
  • Direct download from pine64.org
    • MD5 (XZ file): 9AEE21BC1B9DE886DCB0E64FA123988A
    • File Size: 414MB

Stock for DD method [microSD Boot] [20181212]

  • Use 'dd' to write the image to the eMMC module using the USB-to-eMMC adapter module and boot. Using Etcher or another specialized SD writing tool is preferred.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel with tablet UI (not Android TV)
  • DD image (for 8GB microSD card and above)
  • Direct download from pine64.org
    • MD5 (XZ file): 5A6BB7FCD7B3F77FCEE99CE462AE7405
    • File Size: 616MB

Stock for RK Flash tool [eMMC Boot] [20180828]

  • Please unzip first and then using Android tool to flash in
  • The OTG port located at USB type-C connector, needs USB type A to type C cable.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel with tablet UI (not Android TV)
  • Direct download from pine64.org
    • MD5 (XZ file): 4DACFE927BB09EE9C56B5232A7F624EE
    • File Size: 415MB

Android 7.1.2

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Stock for DD method [eMMC Boot] [20180809]

  • Use 'dd' to write the image to the eMMC module using the USB-to-eMMC adapter module and boot. Using Etcher or another specialized SD writing tool is preferred.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel with tablet UI (not Android TV)
  • Direct download from pine64.org
    • MD5 (XZ file): 00F194017557017C2588724686E90CEA
    • File Size: 498MB

Stock for RK Flash tool [eMMC Boot] [20180809]

  • Please unzip first and then using Android tool to flash in
  • The OTG port located at USB type-C connector, needs USB type A to type C cable.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel with tablet UI (not Android TV)
  • Direct download from pine64.org
    • MD5 (XZ file): 197A9905B48441D8655E7542F4643FE9
    • File Size: 483MB

Stock for DD method [microSD Boot] [20180920]

  • Use 'dd' to write the image to the eMMC module using the USB-to-eMMC adapter module and boot. Using Etcher or another specialized SD writing tool is preferred.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel with tablet UI (not Android TV)
  • Direct download from pine64.org
    • MD5 (XZ file): CE39642A379B357BB3E4BC80ACA2E0CE
    • File Size: 765MB

Stock for DD method [eMMC Boot] [20180518]

  • Use 'dd' to write the image to the eMMC module using the USB-to-eMMC adapter module and boot. Using Etcher or another specialized SD writing tool is preferred.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel with tablet UI (not Android TV)
  • Direct download from pine64.org
    • MD5 (XZ file): 33622034ACDBC31A7D7BB01ED634E29B
    • File Size: 345MB

Stock for RK Flash tool [eMMC Boot] [20180518]

  • Please unzip first and then using Android tool to flash in
  • The OTG port located at USB type-C connector, needs USB type A to type C cable.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel with tablet UI (not Android TV)
  • Direct download from pine64.org
    • MD5 (XZ file): 90C1991DADAE13ADC94E927F171F8920
    • File Size: 342MB

Stock for install from SDcard to eMMC [microSD Boot] [20180921]

  • Use 'dd' to write the image to the eMMC module using the USB-to-eMMC adapter module and boot. Using Etcher or another specialized SD writing tool is preferred.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel with tablet UI (not Android TV)
  • Direct download from pine64.org
    • MD5 (XZ file): c6900e82a1d6ef397dcac241f76f43c9
    • File Size: 350MB

Android SDK

Android P SDK [v9.0]

Slash TV OS

Android 7 based system including Play Store, working only from SD card (does not boot when installed on eMMC)

For Linux Developer

The Ayufan github page

Below are the LPDDR4 driver for RK3399

ROCKPro64 related files

Miscellaneous tools