Sorry to jump in, but yes if you use CiV binary in traditional way (keeping it on USB
stick & reboot) it will boot to native Android. If you want to run it on VM, you may
want to refer this - https://01.org/projectceladon/documentation/getting-started/on-vm
do this from Ubuntu terminal.
On the apps, if you are looking at defaults “Settings/Files” etc, they would be still
present with the CiV build. If you are referring to Play Store apps, this is different,
that doesn’t come as default.
From: Sateesh K <sateesh12(a)gmail.com>
Sent: Monday, April 13, 2020 3:39 PM
To: Pandey, Prabhat Chand <prabhat.chand.pandey(a)intel.com>
Celadon] Re: Need more .apks
Thank you for writing back, I am looking for Telephony to test Infotainment use cases.
I was thinking the stock Android apps would be part of the caas image on CiV. Also one
question I am not sure why the launch of Android happened Native. I copied the caas binary
from the following location. celadon-binary/caas-flashfiles-eng.build.zip at master ·
Please also provide steps to enable WiFi and adb over WiFi supported; as I am WFH and
don't have USB A-A cable.
Thank you in advance.
On Mon, Apr 13, 2020 at 3:16 PM Pandey, Prabhat Chand
Can you highlight the android apps which you are looking for as a built-in?
You can install the app by your own which you are finding missing, follow the below step
to do so:
1. Enable developer option in the settings.
2. Check whether adb is enabled inside developer option? If not then enable it.
3. Connect DUT to your host system via USB Type A-A cable.
4. Run “adb devices”, should list your DUT.
5. Run “adb root”
6. Install the apk which you want to “adb install yourAPK”
From: Sateesh K <firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>>
Sent: Monday, April 13, 2020 2:29 PM
Subject: [01.org<http://01.org> Celadon] Need more .apks
I downloaded a pre-built binary from github for NUC7 CIV 01.20.01.12 A10 and booted the
NUC with the same. The Android image came up, but the image is missing a few .apk. The
steps i used to boot are as follows:
1. $sudo ./start_flash_usb.sh caas-flashfiles-eng.build.zip
2. $sudo ./start_android_qcow2.sh
I re-booted into Native Android, please advise how to get the various .apk so that i can
run a few tests. Thank you in advance.