This page provides the Dragonboard820c specific instructions for flashing OpenEmbedded images. For instructions on building the OE images, please refer the generic OpenEmbedded guide.
Updating UFS partitions and Bootloader
To make sure that the UFS partitions and Bootloader is up to date follow our Board Recovery Guide
You will use the Android
fastboot utility on your development host for managing the board’s UFS partitions. If you are using a relatively recent Linux distribution on your development host, it probably already has a package that includes the
fastboot utility (it might be named something like
android-tools-fastboot) so go ahead and install it on your development host.
Flashing build artifacts
At the end of any successful build you will end up with the following artifacts (amongst others)
IMAGEwith the name of image you built. For example, if you built
These will be found in your
After getting into
fastboot mode, following commands can be used to flash built images onto Dragonboard820c’s UFS.
$ gunzip IMAGE-dragonboard-820c.ext4.gz $ sudo fastboot flash boot boot-dragonboard-820c.img $ sudo fastboot flash system IMAGE-dragonboard-820c.ext4