Celadon is for tablet and cel-apl is for APL NUC IVI
I used :
Maybe that’s the issue here. I will try again with your steps.
What’s the different between the celadon and the cel-apl build ?
On 3. May 2019, at 11:35, Balan, Swaroop <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I used a local build based on WW13
BIOS VERSION à AYAPLCEL.86A.0059.2018.1226.1422
We used below steps to compile
· source build/envsetup.sh
· lunch cel-apl-userdebug
· make SPARSE_IMG=true flashfiles -j4
That is weird. Did you use the same manifest ww201913 ?
What BIOS version is your NUC running on and do I have set specific settings in the BIOS ?
Did you compile the OS with different steps ?
On 3. May 2019, at 11:29, Balan, Swaroop <email@example.com> wrote:
When I connect my NUC6CAYH (APL) to an 4K Display (View Sonic)
There was no issue for us in booting to home screen
Thanks a lot.
If you need any more information please let me know.
We are checking at our end , Will update shortly
I have checked out the latest stable branch ww201913.xml .
When I connect my NUC6CAYH (APL) to an 4K Display (resolution 3840x2160) I am unable to boot into the launcher.
The NUC hangs in android boot screen.
What can I do ?
Please find logs below :
I am running the latest BIOS on my NUC and the os was compiled using :
make SPARSE_IMG=true flashfiles -j4