Upgrade Using Windows
- Download the USB driver and extract it.
DriverInstall.exeto install USB drivers.
- Click the
Uninstallbutton to uninstall old drivers
- Click the
Installbutton to install drivers
- Click the
- Download the Android Tool and extract it.
AndroidTool.exeis the burning tool, you don’t need to install it.
Make sure that you have installed the correct USB drivers, then follow these steps to upgrade:
Upgrade Firmware-->Firmwareto choose an image for Edge.
- Connect Edge and PC with a USB-C data-cable (Edge will power-on automatically).
- Let Edge enter into Upgrade Mode to complete the upgrading.
- Your PC should have found your Edge device as a connected USB device, if you had correctly followed the instructions above.
- Loader Mode:
- Maskrom Mode:
If the board is upgraded from
android 7.1 to
android 9.0 firmware or the board is upgraded from
android 9.0 to
android 7.1 firmware,
- Erasing Flash Mode:
Now all you need to do is to click the
Upgrade button of the tool and wait for upgrading to complete:
$ sudo apt-get install libusb-dev git parted
Image Burning Tool on Ubuntu is in this repository Utils.
$ git clone https://github.com/khadas/utils
Or just pull it if you have already cloned this repository.
$ cd /path/to/utils $ git pull
You need to install the USB rules and create some links.
$ cd /path/to/utils $ ./INSTALL
You will see this if successful.
Installing Amlogic flash-tool... =============================================== Host PC: Ubuntu 16.04 =============================================== Installing USB rules... [sudo] password for nick: Installing flash-tool... Done! Installing Rockchip flash-tool... =============================================== Host PC: Ubuntu 16.04 =============================================== Installing USB rules... Installing flash-tool... Done! Installing Khadas burn-tool... Done!
NOTE: Root privilege is required.
There are two commands that can be used to burn images:
- General Command
$ burn-tool -v rk -i /path/to/image
- Rockchip Command
$ rk-burn-tool -i /path/to/image
You will see these logs if successful.
Try to burn Rockchip image... Rockchip Android image (or linux image compatible with AndroidTool one image burning) found! Try to burn Rockchip image... Loading firmware... Support Type:RK330C FW Ver:6.0.277 FW Time:2018-06-15 17:10:26 Loader ver:1.12 Loader Time:2018-06-15 16:59:09 Upgrade firmware ok. Done!
$ cd /path/to/utils $ ./UNINSTALL
NOTE: This burning tool has only been verified on Ubuntu 16.04.