EDGE Android 10.0 V200908 Rom Release

Here release the Android 10.0 ROM, check Firmware Page to download the ROM.

ROM Infos:

Version(Latest): Edge_Qt_V200908.7z Update List:

  • Fixed IR analog mouse not working
  • Remove old API pop-up warnings
  • Add red led control menu support
  • Add Wol menu support
  • Speed up fan and led to accept power on to complete broadcast
  • WIFI :Open wifi sta and AP coexistence mode–You can connect to WiFi and share hotspots
  • Modify BOARD_RECORD_COMMIT_ID from true to false
  • Fixed the DP display abnormal display and DP touch can not be used
  • Fixed that some machines could not be started
  • Filter ‘android.hardware.radio@1.1::IRadio/slot1’ log
  • Merge from Rockchip release(RK: android-10.0-mid-rkr9, AOSP: android-10.0.0_r36)
  • Merge from Rockchip release(RK: android-10.0-mid-rkr10, AOSP: android-10.0.0_r40)

    Update code is best synchronized with this command:repo sync --force-sync -j4



Version(Beta): Edge_Qt_V200709.7z

  • MD5SUM: c7083a57cd20c927a4467738baffc280
  • The ROM is for EMMC installation only

Upgrade guidance:

The Android Source Code :

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thank you for the good news!
:slightly_smiling_face::+1:

Android Qt? Is This the Android 10 preview ? :open_mouth:

yes buddy, you guessed right
:slightly_smiling_face:

yes…However, Android 10.0, rockchip does not support Android TV :broken_heart:

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I believe it is called Android Q, where did the “t” come from :thinking:

perhaps mo123 will create its own ATV ROM, it does very well!
:slightly_smiling_face:

maybe a “Test” version
:slightly_smiling_face:

yes, never thought of it that way,
good thinking :smile:

this is just an assumption, maybe Goenjoy will be able to clarify!
:stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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According to a Wikipedia
“… references to “qt”—an abbreviation of “quince tart”, within internal files and build systems relating to the release…”

A little cryptic for my simple mind, I’ll stick with “10”. :grin:

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Quince Tart?, the only “Tarts” I have have ever ate were “Pop Tarts” :laughing:

You know the Google Android crew cannot keep their minds off of sweet treats. They may not name them after treats anymore, but this reveals they are still thinking it. And who could blame them? :laughing:

Yeah, I agree, take a look at other companies, they too have their weird but ok naming schemes,

Intel => Kaby lake, Coffee lake, Comet lake… (No idea here)
Cannonical => Bionic Beaver, Eoan Ermine, Focal Fossa… (Probably animals)
Taco bell => extremo, supremo, dorito… (No Idea here either)

At the end of the day it depends on what they like, and how they want to stand out from the crowd…

Is “Android Device Policy” possible with this Android 10 release?

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Our firmware does not contain this APK. You can install it yourself.

@goenjoy We are trying to install a ticket printer for our self service terminal. The printer has an android apk (https://www.custom4u.it/pages/product/index.php /utilities/AndroidPrinterSet). Installing it on a Android 10 (and on a 9) mobile device the printer is connecting and working. But on the Edge it is not recognized at all. Not even as a USB device. We saw that on the mobile it is asking us to allow permission to connect to the USB device, this is not happening on the edge.


I don’t have this problem with USB device verification.


Plug in the USB device and see if there is a similar log for connecting the USB device in the kernel log.

@goenjoy This permission request is not coming up at all with any of the USB devices (Logitech Brio Camera, USB Stick etc) Even so I know them from mobile devices. How do we access the kernel log? Google did not help :wink:

You need to use a USB/UART debugging tool connected to device on one end and PC on the other…

the resultant output is known as the kernel log, refer to this guide…

I believe it feels weird for you to have to keep getting/ buying stuff :sweat_smile:

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