Note: Assumes we're installing onto an SD card.
1. Prepare the SD CardThis to be done from a machine with an SD Card reader. We're dumping the 4.1.6 beta image from HardKernel as we want to use the CWM recovery tool to update to CyanogenMod's latest release.
Adjust method below depending on your platform.
$ wget http://dn.odroid.com/Android_Beta_1.6/U2/OdroidU2_SD_image_25-Apr-2013.zip
$ unzip OdroidU2_SD_image_25-Apr-2013.zip
3. Dump to SD card.
$ sudo dd if=ODROID-U2.img of=/dev/<replace me> bs=4M
4. Insert SD card into ODROID-U2 with keyboard and mouse and boot.
2. Update the ODROID-U2Now it's time to prepare the ODROID-U2 for latest CyanogenMod release. Might as well jump to my blog post from the ODROID-U2 itself to click the links for easier download.
1. From a browser instance download these:
CyanogenMod 10.1.0 - http://get.cm/get/jenkins/32376/cm-10.1.0-odroidu2.zip
Google Apps 4.2.2 - http://goo.im/gapps/gapps-jb-20130301-signed.zip
2. Open up a terminal, become root and reboot into recovery console:
# reboot recovery
3. You should be in recovery console when you navigate to do this (in order):
- Wipe data/factory reset
- Install zip from sdcard
- Choose file
- Browse to Download folder and select cm-10.1.0-odroidu2.zip
- Choose file
- Browse to Download folder and select gapps-jb-20130301-signed.zip
4. Now reboot and we should be done. You should get CyanogenMod logo spinning like this for a little bit before Google Apps config appears:
I'll be back to update this later as there will probably be a few bugs to nut out.