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Plugging in Glass via USB allows me to browse files and such. But even with debug mode ON I can't get it to show up with the adb devices command. Also my Windows system said it couldn't find an OMAP4430 device driver (which is the Glass SoC I believe).


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Windows 8 users will need to follow the directions @ to get the driver to install . This step must be completed before you start installing the driver!

The solution I found was to uninstall the Android Composite ADB Interface under Android Device within the Windows Device Manager. DO NOT CHECK the box that says delete the device driver software or you'll need to reload that again also. Then I removed the USB cable from the computer. Reconnected again and all was well. You might need a reboot before reconnecting the cable but I didn't.

One interesting piece was that I did have this working previously on the exact same computer. Initially I thought this was down to something related to the XE12 update, rather than a magical mystery of Windows 7 Pro 64but USB drivers.

Downloading complete Elapsed time: 0:03.288 (12253 bytes/s) Looking for a driver for 'NAND1BITBOOT' chip_driver NAND1BITBOOT Targets\Flash-Drivers\nand_onfi_16bit_8bit.bin gpmc 0x6E000000 cs 0 address 0x30000000 bberase 0 eccoffset 1 Downloading driver NAND ONFI DRIVER DEINIT COMPLETE Downloading 'Targets\Flash-Drivers\nand_onfi_16bit_8bit.bin' Sending data (41008 bytes) :::::::::::::::::::: [41008] Interface 'OMAPFLASH DRIVER v5' Driver 'NAND ONFI 16/8 BIT' Driver configuration: gpmc = 0x6E000000 Driver configuration: cs = 0x00000000 Driver configuration: address = 0x30000000 Driver configuration: bberase = 0x00000000 Driver configuration: eccoffset = 0x00000001 NAND HW ECC NAND BCH Mode = 0 NAND HWECC offset = 1, size = 12 NAND ONFIv2 VENDOR 0x2C MICRON NAND 8 BIT DEVICE 0xAC MT29F4G08ABBDAH4 NAND NAND CYCLES 0x23 (3 ROW, 2 COLUMN) NAND 2048 BYTES/PAGE (SPARE 64) NAND 64 PAGES/BLOCK (131072 BYTES/BLOCK) NAND 4096 BLOCKS/UNIT (536870912 BYTES/UNIT) NAND 4 BIT(S) ECC REQUIRED NAND 512 MB TOTAL SIZE NAND ONFI DRIVER INIT COMPLETE Downloading complete Elapsed time: 0:03.745 (13669 bytes/s) End loading driver Downloading Downloading 'u-boot.img' Sending data (293360 bytes) ::::::::............ [131056] Download failed (data response error): Elapsed time: 0:12.593 (24446 bytes/s) Operation FAILED () Elapsed time: 0:00.000

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The 4th generation OMAPs, OMAP 4430 (used on Google Glass[20]), 4460 (formerly named 4440),[21] and 4470 all use a dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 CPU, with two ARM Cortex-M3 cores, as part of the "Ducati" sub-system,[22] for off-loading low-level tasks.[23][24][25] The 4430 and 4460 use a PowerVR SGX540 integrated 3D graphics accelerator, running at a clock frequency of 304 and 384 MHz respectively.[26] 4470 has a PowerVR SGX544 GPU that supports DirectX 9 which enables it for use in Windows 8 as well as a dedicated 2D graphics core for increased power efficiency up to 50-90%.[27] All OMAP 4 come with an IVA3 multimedia hardware accelerator with a programmable DSP that enables 1080p Full HD and multi-standard video encode/decode.[28][29][30][31][32] OMAP 4 uses ARM Cortex-A9's with ARM's SIMD engine (Media Processing Engine, aka NEON) which may have a significant performance advantage in some cases over Nvidia Tegra 2's ARM Cortex-A9s with non-vector floating point units.[33] It also uses a dual-channel LPDDR2 memory controller compared to Nvidia Tegra 2's single-channel memory controller.

Many mobile phones released during early 21st century used OMAP SoCs, including the Nokia 3230, N9, N90, N91, N92, N95, N82, E61, E62, E63 and E90 mobile phones, as well as the Nokia 770, N800, N810 and N900 Internet tablets, Motorola Droid, Droid X, and Droid 2, and some early Samsung Galaxy devices, like Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 and Galaxy S II variant GT-I9100G. The Palm Pre, Pandora, Touch Book also use an OMAP SoC (the OMAP3430). Others to use an OMAP SoC include Sony Ericsson's Satio (Idou) and Vivaz, most Samsung phones running Symbian (including Omnia HD), the Nook Color, some Archos tablets (such as Archos 80 gen 9 and Archos 101 gen 9), Kindle Fire HD, Blackberry Playbook, Kobo Arc, and B&N Nook HD. Also, there are all-in-one smart displays using OMAP 4 SoCs, such as the Viewsonic VSD220 (OMAP 4430).Motorola MOTOTRBO 2. generation radios use the OMAP-L132 or OMAP-L138 secure CPU.

The Texas Instruments (TI) OMAP 4430 is a SoC with two ARM Cortex-A9 cores including NEON SIMD engine, two Cortex M3 cores (to save power), a PowerVR SGX540 graphics card (304-365 MHz) and a dual channel LPDDR2 memory controller (max 400 MHz).

You have to hand it to NVIDIA, up until the launch of the iPad 2 if you were talking about a dual-core tablet or smartphone you were likely talking about something running the Tegra 2. Both Qualcomm and TI are late to the dual-core SoC game, but with the PlayBook we have the first shipping device based on TI's Tegra 2 competitor: the OMAP 4430.

Like the Tegra 2, TI's OMAP 4430 has a pair of ARM Cortex A9s running at up to 1GHz with a shared 1MB L2 cache. Unlike the Tegra 2 however, TI implemented ARM's Media Processing Engine which gives it both a pipelined FPU as well as support for ARM's NEON SIMD instruction set (think SSE but for ARM SoCs). It won't be until Kal-El before NVIDIA brings NEON support to its SoCs.

TI's memory interface is often touted as a significant performance advantage for the OMAP 4430. While NVIDIA has a single 32-bit LP-DDR2 interface, the OMAP 4 embraces a dual-channel (2 x 32-bit) LP-DDR2 interface giving it twice the theoretical bandwidth of what you'd get on a Tegra 2. NVIDIA argues that its bandwidth efficiency is high enough on the Tegra 2 that you don't need two channels, but it's honestly difficult to really validate claims like that.

The other major piece of the OMAP 4430 is its video engine, something TI calls the IVA 3 multimedia accelerator. This hardware encode/decode engine is what makes full 1080p30 playback and recording possible on the PlayBook. As you'll see in our video tests, the PlayBook is the first ARM based tablet we've used that can decode a 1080p H.264 High Profile video stream.

Overall the OMAP 4430 has the specs to be performance competitive with anything else out there today, definitely anything Tegra 2 based. Apple's A5 still has a much faster GPU but from a CPU standpoint, the PlayBook should be competitive. Any non-3D performance differences would likely be due to software optimization, not hardware limitations.

Navigation: Linux Kernel Driver DataBase - web LKDDB: Main index - O index CONFIG_OMAP_GPMC: Texas Instruments OMAP SoC GPMC driver(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle []).push();General informationsThe Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_OMAP_GPMC has multiple definitions:Texas Instruments OMAP SoC GPMC driver found in drivers/memory/KconfigThe configuration item CONFIG_OMAP_GPMC:

This driver is for the General Purpose Memory Controller (GPMC)present on Texas Instruments SoCs (e.g. OMAP2+). GPMC allowsinterfacing to a variety of asynchronous as well as synchronousmemory drives like NOR, NAND, OneNAND, SRAM.

Do anyone have u-boot source from Samsung?I used this Guide and copy something from Nook device u-boot source because they made boot from SD Card on same CPU OMAP4430. And lge_p920 from LG Open-source repository. Do anyone have better idea?

Der Texas Instruments (TI) OMAP 4460 ist ein SoC (System on a Chip) für Handys und Tablet PCs. Er beinhaltet zwei ARM Cortex-A9 (ARM v7 Instruction Set) Rechenkernen mit 1.2-1.5 GHz und ARMs SIMD Engine NEON. Die integrierte PowerVR SGX540 Grafikkarte wird mit 384 MHz getaktet und kann wie die zwei Prozessorkerne auf den Dual Channel LPDDR2 Speicherkontroller (max 400MHz) zugreifen. Im Vergleich zum OMAP 4430, ist beim 4460 daher CPU und GPU Teil höher getaktet.

Der Texas Instruments (TI) OMAP 4430 ist ein SoC (System on a Chip) für Handys und Tablet PCs. Er beinhaltet zwei ARM Cortex-A9 (ARM v7 Instruction Set) Rechenkernen mit 1-1.2 GHz und ARMs SIMD Engine NEON. Zusätzlich sind zwei Cortex M3 Kerne für Multimediafunktionen integriert. Die integrierte PowerVR SGX540 Grafikkarte wird mit 304 MHz getaktet und kann wie die zwei Prozessorkerne auf den Dual Channel LPDDR2 Speicherkontroller (max 400MHz) zugreifen.


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