Good day I have followed to these guidelines
Dual boot flash via USB_Burning_Tool_v2.0.8 image VimPro_DualOS_Marshmallow_Ubuntu-16.04_170124 to emmc. Boot Android+Ubuntu working whit funcion button and reboot on android to ubunutu
Flash Vim_LibreELEC_V170116 to SD card by using Win32DiskImager.
On Android we offer the possibility to reboot LibreELEC but after the reboot boot back to Android
Please tell me what I did wrong thank you
Actually, nothing you did wrong to switch from Android to LibreELEC, it’s our release LE ROM still doesn’t support the triboot yet.
Before our new LE ROM updating, you can take a try with Balbes150’s ROMs, he did lot of great ROMs on Khadas VIM, you can check the topic for further details.
1.Android on emmc
-flash via USB_Burning_Tool_v2.0.8
android (Vim_Nougat_170321.7z) to emmc
2.Libreelec (from balbes150) on (USB1 or MicroSD1)
-flash whit linux tool(https://etcher.io/) image (LibreELEC-S905.aarch64-8.0.2.img.xz) delete dtb.img whit multiboot activation
3.Ubuntu (from balbes150) on (USB2 or MicroSD2)
-flash whit linux tool(https://etcher.io/) image (Armbian_5.27_S9xxx_Debian_jessie_3.14.29_xfce_20170323.img.xz)
dualboot work Android(EMMC)/Libreelec (USB1/MicroSD1) or Android(EMMC)/Ubuntu(USB2/MicroSd2)
So I am satisfied it’s almost like a triple boot
Hi, I have bought a used standard vim that has no operating system installed. I would like to install Android + Openelec + Ubuntu + Buildroot Multi - OS. My Windows PC does not recognize the vim when connected by usb or usb-c, so I will use a micro sd card. Any help would be greatly appeciated.
It’s off topic here, so I will move to a better place.
If you want to install multi OS, the only limitation is the VIM devices don’t have enough storage room, normally, Android will need 6GB+ room, and Ubuntu with desktop also need 4GB+ room, and OpenELEC/LibreELEC require 2GB+ …
Of course, you can try install some O/S on eMMC, and others on uSD card, you can looking around the forums for instructions.
We’ve release Android + Ubuntu DualOS for VIM Pro, you can refer Firmware Pages for the details.
You might also interest in 3-in-1 ROMs for VIM2 build by Balbes150.