I loaded “Kinetics Android image” simply by using easy installer and then it worked successfully in Aplais iMX8QM board + Ixora carrier 1.1B. Can I see this board through “adb” interface from Linux ubuntu PC?
[22062.846282] usb 1-1: new high-speed USB device number 63 using xhci_hcd
[22063.001315] usb 1-1: New USB device found, idVendor=18d1, idProduct=4ee7, bcdDevice= 4.40
[22063.001322] usb 1-1: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, SerialNumber=3
[22063.001325] usb 1-1: Product: APALIS-MX8QM
[22063.001329] usb 1-1: Manufacturer: freescale
infot@yjr:~/AndroidStudioProjects/ActivitySceneTransitionBasic$ adb devices
List of devices attached
(no serial number) device
Serial number is not displayed at all. How can I use this device ? I hooked up this board through OTG USB port and JP2 jumper is open.
I loaded Android 11 image and having similar issue with adb.
Aplis iMX8QM 4GB WB IT V1.1 C
android build number: aosp_arm64-userdebug 11 SNAPSHOT-20210323 eng.develo.20210322.182619 test-keys
1, unable to find device on windows
2, no serial number on ubuntu
3, wireless debugging not working
4, device info unable to read correctly in Android Studio (ubuntu)
5, fail to install apps in Android Studio (ubuntu)
6, no serial number on device
Could you please try android-11_gsi-8qm_snapshot-20210709 ?
For more information about how to get this demonstration image supported and customized, get in contact with Kynetics.
WIFI debugging seems to work okay. However unable to get USB debugging working.
The link says connect to device via micro USB-USB with JP2 open and nothing much.
Are we missing anything here?
To make a micro-USB (X9) work you need to remove the JP2 and double check if nothing is connected to the bottom part of X8. For any other questions related to the Android image get in contact with Kynetics .
Hi @alex.tx ,
We are not using the same device as above. We have a Colibri IMX8X soc on Colibri evaluation board.
So the pins are different.
I’ll have a chat with Kynetics regarding this.
That’s why we recommend not hijacking a thread but rather creating a new one. As for setting HW for debugging - yes, you can use either X30 (with JP2 removed) or X29.