Thanks for the reply. On that page that you referenced above, there are some problems. In the Linux section the first step says, “1,download android image from http://www.banan-pi.org download page.” the link to www.banan-pi.org is invalid. I tried www.banana-pi.org, selected the “Downloads” link, then Selected BPI-M2M, then Images, then the Android link. It brought me back to this page.
Where do I get the Android Image that I can burn with Linux or Mac OS?
I downloaded the Linux 64bit tooling from this link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4PAo2nW2KfnM3VIYTFpUEk2SlE/view. The PDF file is written in Chinese (I think). Where do I find the English Language version?
Think you for telling me that I can use adb to push my apps with out a touch display. How do I make changes to settings? Like enable and pair Bluetooth, enable and configure Wifi? Normally this is done through a touch-screen. Is there a command interface to do this on your board?
I’m looking forward to trying Android on the BPI-M2 Magic! If it works it’ll be perfect for my project.