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  • Run Android and Debian Applications simultaneously on this VolksPC

    We have created a unified distribution running both Android and Debian/Ubuntu
    applications at the same time. Here is a clip of how this works:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9y8hgh9LnoE

    We are also doing an indiegogo campaign to build such a PC.

    https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/v...apps/x/8311870

    Regards
    Vasant

  • #2
    The...idea.. just Amazing!

    But 80.000 for 1000 units... thats a bad deal (in my opinion)

    Why not sell the Roms..
    Say, 12 bucks for the rom download
    Say, 12 bucks for updates and support for x years
    I see you already have it running on mk808/rasberry/cubie (Good starting point)

    Make it hw compatible with S89 series, and you have many clients and even more starting money
    -you might even get lucky and get vendor/oem support

    Just my 2 cents

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    • #3
      Only 1GB? You need 2GB.

      What's the idea for raising $80k for hardware when it's about coding a firmware?

      Just write an honest solid code that runs on a selective range of few generic boxes or just one popular box and sell it if you are only after money.

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      • #4
        He wants hardware to run the firmware on-- and the manufacturer's attention. VolksPC people, get in touch with me, I want to help. faddat [at] gmail.com. Your project sounds like it really dovetails with my own:

        www.jacobgadikian.com

        Cheers!

        -Jake


        Originally posted by washere View Post
        Only 1GB? You need 2GB.

        What's the idea for raising $80k for hardware when it's about coding a firmware?

        Just write an honest solid code that runs on a selective range of few generic boxes or just one popular box and sell it if you are only after money.

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        • #5
          We do software but there are some kernel changes. This is the reason we provide a complete system. It also mean we can test on the platform. So if we where to consider your proposal then the following issues pop up:
          1. Too many devices, and kernel source is not available.
          2. Can't really test the final software unless we get a copy of each device that we sell software for.

          Any idea what is the most popular RK3188T device right now ?

          Vasant

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          • #6
            nvm
            Last edited by washere; 08-06-2014, 22:38.

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            • #7
              I have a Tronsmart MK908II which is a RK3188T quad core with 2GB memory. I will take a look at bringing up our software on this system.

              The other issue with selling software is piracy. It would be difficult to stop a chinese manufacture from loading this on their devices and selling.

              Regards
              Vasant

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              • #8
                nvm
                Last edited by washere; 08-06-2014, 22:37.

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                • #9
                  nvm
                  Last edited by washere; 08-06-2014, 22:37.

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