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Raspberry Pi 4 - Support?
#1
looks like a new Pi has been baked! With up to 4GB of RAM!
https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/raspber...w-from-35/

https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/ras...,6193.html

Any thoughts on ability to support of potential timeline? could really boost the speed!
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#2
We are also excited and waiting for delivery. Nevertheless, we do not expect that any additional proting job will be needed to run OpenAuto Pro on Pi4.
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#3
Excellent, looking forward to the upgrade for sure
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#4
dont get me wrong, I really like your product and im using it on daily basis.

but to be honest, Raspberry pi 4 with 4GB of ram and usb3 boot, is more than capable of running android smothly. and android does offer alot more funcioinallity, along with offline navigation like Sygic, obd2 torque, etc etc etc

im shure that "emteriaOS" will soon have full raspberry pi4 support.
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#5
No worries. You can buy cheap android pads or radios even now, people did't have to wait for rpi4 and then pay extra for additional OS.
The thing is that regular Android is not good solution for car head-unit system. Just give a try and you will. It was design for phones not cars.
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#6
you can buy an android double din setup for about $50 on aliexpress. If that does everything you want it to, why would you do anything else?
https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32921255248.html?spm=2114.search0104.3.34.1ef63acd1xWubP&ws_ab_test=searchweb0_0%2Csearchweb201602_1_10065_10068_10130_10547_319_10546_10059_10884_317_10548_10887_10696_321_322_10084_453_454_10083_10103_10618_10307_537_536%2Csearchweb201603_52%2CppcSwitch_0&algo_expid=f2304a42-1305-4fe4-97fa-41aae7586e0d-4&algo_pvid=f2304a42-1305-4fe4-97fa-41aae7586e0d&transAbTest=ae803_3

I cant use one to run ECMlink for engine management, so a system like OAP is the best available option.

BlueWave is right, Android (stock) is not a touch-friendly front-end software like OAP. It would require skinning and additional work to operate smoothly in an auto environment.
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#7
(06-27-2019, 04:10 PM)wjp9485 Wrote: you can buy an android double din setup for about $50 on aliexpress. If that does everything you want it to, why would you do anything else?
https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32921255248.html?spm=2114.search0104.3.34.1ef63acd1xWubP&ws_ab_test=searchweb0_0%2Csearchweb201602_1_10065_10068_10130_10547_319_10546_10059_10884_317_10548_10887_10696_321_322_10084_453_454_10083_10103_10618_10307_537_536%2Csearchweb201603_52%2CppcSwitch_0&algo_expid=f2304a42-1305-4fe4-97fa-41aae7586e0d-4&algo_pvid=f2304a42-1305-4fe4-97fa-41aae7586e0d&transAbTest=ae803_3

I cant use one to run ECMlink for engine management, so a system like OAP is the best available option.

BlueWave is right, Android (stock) is not a touch-friendly front-end software like OAP. It would require skinning and additional work to operate smoothly in an auto environment.

This link is not AA. it will mirror. dont wast your money.
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#8
I got my Pi4 on Tuesday... looking forward to an OpenAuto Pro release for it... tried to run version 3.3.1 on it and it wouldn't boot.. noticed that they have moved to Raspian Buster for the Pi 4...

Will continue my build testing on my Pi3+ for now

Hope that we can get a Pi4 build soon (no pressure BlueWave Smile )
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#9
Tried mine too and wouldnt boot OAP but didnt spend any time tinkering with it, obviously it booted right up with  "buster" raspian. my pi is now fairly heavily integrated into my car so in no rush to jump on using the pi4 untill its matured a little. but happy to test if required.
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#10
(06-28-2019, 10:41 AM)safurniss Wrote: I got my Pi4 on Tuesday... looking forward to an OpenAuto Pro release for it... tried to run version 3.3.1 on it and it wouldn't boot.. noticed that they have moved to Raspian Buster for the Pi 4...

Will continue my build testing on my Pi3+ for now

Hope that we can get a Pi4 build soon (no pressure BlueWave Smile )

We are after first launch of OpenAuto Pro at Pi4 hardware. We would like to use this opportunity to add some low level improvements for better utilization of new hardware. Stay tuned  Cool.
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