Is it possible the change the default display orientation from landscape to portrait in celadon_ivi? The goal is to make the celadon_ivi to display the bootanimation pictures and the systemui/apps in portrait mode.
I have tried it in several ways, but without success:
1) I have set at build time in system props the ro.sf.hwrotation=90. It had no effect
2) I have set in BoardConfig.mk the SF_PRIMARY_DISPLAY_ORIENTATION := 90. It had no effect, too.
I was able to change the orientation to portrait mode only via "adb shell settings put system user_rotation 1" command, but this setting is ignored by the boot animation.
I’m testing CIC with Ubuntu-mate 20.04 on an Apollo Lake tablet.
Basically it works fine except Bluetooth.
I used the command to set it up:
sudo ./setup-aic –p wifi,bt -ns
But the Bluetooth service crashes continuously after Android booted
I saw the error in logcat:
01-25 16:08:37.895 4827 4845 D bt_hci : hci_module_start_up starting async portion
01-25 16:08:37.896 68 68 I bt_vendor: bt_vendor_init
01-25 16:08:37.896 68 68 I bt_vendor: Using interface hci0
01-25 16:08:37.896 68 68 D android.hardware.bluetooth(a)1.0-service.vbt: Open vendor library loaded
01-25 16:08:37.896 68 68 I bt_vendor: bt_vendor_op op 0
01-25 16:08:37.896 68 68 I bt_vendor: bt_vendor_op op 0 retval 0
01-25 16:08:37.896 68 68 I bt_vendor: bt_vendor_op op 3
01-25 16:08:37.896 68 68 I bt_vendor: bt_vendor_open
01-25 16:08:37.896 68 68 E bt_vendor: socket create error Address family not supported by protocol
01-25 16:08:37.896 68 68 I bt_vendor: bt_vendor_op op 3 retval -1
01-25 16:08:37.896 68 68 E android.hardware.bluetooth(a)1.0-service.vbt: Open: fd_count -1 is invalid!
01-25 16:08:37.896 4827 4861 F : [0125/160837.896159:FATAL:hci_layer_android.cc(78)] Check failed: status == Status::SUCCESS.
01-25 16:08:37.896 4827 4861 F libc : Fatal signal 6 (SIGABRT), code -6 (SI_TKILL) in tid 4861 (hci_thread), pid 4827 (droid.bluetooth)
If I use:
sudo ./setup-aic –p wifi –m bt –ns
It seems Bluetooth was disabled at all. There is no Bluetooth item in the Settings app.
On the other hand, Wifi pass-through works well in CIC.
I’m using the CIC_01.20.03.36_A09 released binary.
I also tried to build CIC from source and got the same result.
I saw Bluetooth(r) 4.2 is explicitly listed in the features list of CIC_01.20.03.36_A09.
What should I do to enable Bluetooth support in CIC?
PS. Bluetooth works well in the Ubuntu host.
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CIV R MR0 CELADON CIV_01.20.04.50_A11
January 13th 2021 - The Android SI team announces [CML-NUC] [CIV R MR0] [Production Manifest Release]
This Release supports the Platform: CML NUC:
* Manifest : https://github.com/projectceladon/manifest/blob/master/stable-build/CIV_0...
* Release Notes : https://github.com/projectceladon/celadon-documentation/blob/master/sourc...
* Documentation : https://01.org/projectceladon/documentation
* This is a Production Manifest Release for evaluation and development purposes. This release is supported on CML NUC - NUC10i7FN* Celadon in VM.
* API Level 30 & FCM target Level 5
* Other Changes that came as part of API level Up
* AIDL for Power and Light HALs
* Audio & Audio effects HAL 6.0
* Health HAL 2.1
* Boot HAL upgraded to 1.1
* Upgraded Mainline modules
* Soft restart
* Updatable APEX
* Config store HAL deprecated
* Graphics Memory Allocator (Gralloc) 4.0
* HWC 2.4 support for Display
* Trusty Hardware Seed binding
* Power Management - Suspend,Resume
* Android key Input Manager Framework is implemented for Power & Volume buttons
* Integrated Sensor Hub Enablement for Android Supported Sensors
* Ethernet Wired Network Bridge
* Android Thermal HAL and Thermal Manager Service
* BZIP2 performance improvements
* Audio Solution based on HDA
* Bluetooth Control from Android in VM
* HDMI Audio Output Support
* Virtio-gpu Support
* File Sharing between Guest OSes
* SDHCI mediation enabled and supported SD card
* CIV launch script for SD Card: sudo -E ./scripts/start_android_qcow2.sh --sdonly
* Graphics GVT-g and GVT-d support
* HDMI display support
* Mass Storage USB 2.0 and 3.x devices is supported
* Adb over WIFI and Ethernet is supported
* Audio playback over USB Headset and HDMI are supported
* Setting Proxy for Wireless Network
* Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac and Bluetooth 4.2
* Wired Ethernet support
* Wifi Control from Android in VM using usb passthrough
* To passthrough USB host controller in CML NUC, run the CIV launch script like this: sudo -E ./start_android_qcow2.sh --usb-host-passthrough
* Power Management - Shutdown and Reboot
* Ethernet Wired Network Bridge is enabled
* Android Time keeping with Host OS
* Product Information to Guest OS
* ODM partition for vendor customizations
* Only logitech C922 pro stream webcam is supported for all camera related testing
* Video Codec support on celadon
* AVC High profile @ Level 5.1 (4k@30fps<mailto:4k@30fps>)
* HEVC Main and Main 10 profile @ Level 5 (4k@30fps<mailto:4k@30fps>)(Main 10 with BT2020 and ST2084 information is not supported)
* VP9 profile 0 @ Level 5 (4k@30fps<mailto:4k@30fps>)
* Vp8 8 bits 1080p@60fps<mailto:1080p@60fps>
* AVC High profile @ level 4.1 (1080P@30fps<mailto:1080P@30fps>)
* HEVC Main profile @ Level 4 (1080P@30fps<mailto:1080P@30fps>)
* Audio decoders supported: MP3, AAC-LC, AAC-ELD, HEAAC, HEAAC-V2, VORBIS, OPUS, MIDI, FLAC, PCM/WAV
* Generic storage HAL supported
* SATA emulation is supported
* 9pfs based file transfer
* Security SELinux enforcing, Trusty TEE, File Based Encryption, Trusty, Keymaster 3.0
* User guide:
? SELinux Configuration and Rules
? How to Enable or Disable Trusty for Debugging
* For CaaS-CIV
* Recommended system requirements for Host
? CPU: 4 cores or more
? RAM: 4GB or more
? Disk: 40GB or more
* Recommended configuration for CPU cores & Memory allocated to Guest VM
? CPU: [default 1 core]
? RAM: [default 2GB]
* Note: Allocating 100% Host resources in terms of memory and cores to guest is not recommended currently and it can cause instabilities.
* After deprecation of sdcardFS in Android R, Storage stats are not having correct values
* ADB over DBC is not working
* /data/logs folder not seen after flashing the image
* Logs, Kpanic and hdcp directory not created in /data with CONFIG_SDCARDFS disabled
* Android is not booting in Mosaic mode
* GLrenderer : Virtio or Google swiftshader : Unable to launch Android
* Guest auto exit after several suspend/resume
* Suspend and wake up device, Wifi will re-connect
* GTS Exo-player failure due to DRM process crash
* After changing resolution, recorded video fallsback to default resolution
* BLE Scanner role is not working
* Sometimes Device doesnt show simultaneous two camera preview
* Camera Flicker in Preview and Recording
* Hotplug support for USB Camera fails
* Device hang , preview lags and camera application not responding
* AV1 Video doesn't play smoothly
* Unable to get media volume with adb shell
|C|<https://github.com/projectceladon/celadon-documentation/blob/master/sourc...> build has been validated on CML NUC - NUC10i7FN* in the following function domains:
Host wifi is switched to Android UI in QEMU using usb pass through
Bluetooth is working
Audio over USB
MP3, AAC-LC, AAC-ELD, HEAAC, HEAAC-V2, VORBIS, OPUS, FLAC, PCM/WAV formats supported
Adb connect over WIFI
Adb connect over Ethernet
Display /Touch and Gesture
Boots on QEMU 4.2.0
H264/H265/MPEG2/VP8/VP9 Video Playback
Keyboard , Mouse , Pen drive
* QEMU Version 4.2.0
* Host Ubuntu 20.04
* Host Kernel Version 5.4.76
* Guest kernel 5.4.76
Helpful Hints / Links
* Build Celadon in VM https://01.org/projectceladon/documentation/getting-started/build-source#...
* Flash Steps : https://01.org/projectceladon/documentation/getting-started/on-vm#build-c...
* Manifest Link :https://github.com/projectceladon/manifest/blob/master/stable-build/CIV_01.20.04.50_A11.xml
* If you plan to use Celadon in product, please replace all the test keys under device/intel/build/testkeys/ with your product key.
* Steps To build the host kernel for this Manifest
* Download caas-releasefiles-userdebug.tar.gz and put it under ~/civ
* cd ~/civ && tar zxvf caas-releasefiles-userdebug.tar.gz
* cd patches/kernel/lts2019-chromium
* Deb files will be generated in patches/kernel/lts2019-chromium/host_kernel
* sudo dpkg -i *<https://github.com/projectceladon/celadon-documentation/blob/master/sourc...>.deb
* Update grub to wait indefinitely for kernel selection on boot
? sudo vim /etc/default/grub
? Comment out GRUB_TIMEOUT_STYLE=hidden #GRUB_TIMEOUT_STYLE=hidden
? Uncomment following line and modify grub timeout to -1 for indefinite wait or 5 for 5secs wait #GRUB_TIMEOUT=-1
? Save the file
? sudo update-grub
* sudo reboot
* Select compiled kernel from "Advanced options for Ubuntu"
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