Download the image here:
http://oph.mdrjr.net/robroyhall/images/ ... 130.img.xz
Pocket Rocket 4.4 works with both Class 10+ micro SD card and eMMC. However, an eMMC module is highly recommended for best performance because of Android's heavy disk I/O. When writing to eMMC, use the eMMC->SD card adapter that came with your module and copy the image directly.
Already have an Android image?
Upgrade your existing image to Pocket Rocket with the Epic Loot Software Collection, which includes Kodi 14 and more: http://forum.odroid.com/viewtopic.php?f=113&t=8787
Kodi 14 Helix with hardware acceleration
ES File Explorer
BluezIME Controller with HID pack for use with Wiimote
Angry Birds Star Wars I and II
Angry Birds Space
Jota+ Text Editor
Screen Orientation Control
- 1. Configure the following apps and enable them with SuperUser permissions: AdAway, full!screen, and Screen Orientation Control.
2. Start MXPlayer, select "Settings", choose "Decoder", and click all of the "H/W+ decoder" checkboxes.
- 1. Resize the SD card partition: http://forum.odroid.com/viewtopic.php?f=51&t=1582
- Kodi 14 Helix with hardware acceleration
Installable on 8GB eMMC
- KitKat 4.4.2 is still in Beta, and some features may not yet be working properly. Please provide feedback and bug reports directly to the Hardkernel developers on the main KitKat thread if you encounter any issues. Updates and changelogs are available here: http://odroid.com/dokuwiki/doku.php?id= ... se_android
When resizing the partitions using Gparted on a 64GB eMMC module, the FAT32 partition has a limit of 32GB in order to be recognized by the bootloader. It's recommended to backup, delete, recreate and restore the files to the FAT32 partition instead of resizing it.
The folder "/sdcard/Bootstrap" contains the installation files for apps that were downloaded from the developers' websites. Please copy the Bootstrap directory to an external USB drive for system restore purposes as it contains everything you need to rebuild Pocket Rocket from the official HardKernel release.
Kodi 14 requires root access before rendering video, so the application SuperSU has been included in order to manage superuser privileges.
If you experience poor playback in Kodi, use MX Player instead, which also has hardware acceleration.
You can provide feedback directly to the Kodi developers here: http://forum.xbmc.org/forumdisplay.php?fid=164.
Kodi nightly updates are available here: http://mirrors.xbmc.org/nightlies/android/arm/.