The Turbox Easy Compile is a tool set created by Thundercomm to help users easily download and compile Thundercomm SOM SDK source code, as well as flash image to Dev Kit device.
Step 2.Follow the steps shown in the Figure 1-1 to install the tool.
$ mv setup-skdmanager setup-sdkmanager.sh $ chmod +x ./setup-sdkmanager.sh $ ./setup-sdkmanager.sh
Figure 1-1. Tool Installation
This chapter introduces the detailed steps to initialize environment for this tool.
Step 1.Run with the ‘–init’ parameter to start initialization.
$ ./turbox-sdk --init
Step 2.Input the needed information listed below to complete the initialization.
- sudo password of the machine.
- email address and password that registered at www.thundercomm.com
3. Download SDK
The TurboX SDK Manager can be adopted to download the source code of TurboX SOM SDK easily and fast.
Step 1. Select the SDK product, refer to Figure 3-1.
NOTE: if the product you need is not in this list, please contract email@example.com to check the reason.
Step 2. Select the SDK branch.
Step 3. Wait all files are downloaded successfully and completely, this may take some time.
4. Compile SDK
- execute turbox_docker_xxx.sh and input the parameters needed by compile, you can get parameters in SDK Release Note Document.
- wait and check compile successfully and created all the images.
5. Flash Images
This chapter gives a step-by-step instructions to flash flat build image to device.
Step 1.Prepare the flat build image used for flashing device.
Step 2.Set the device to EDL(Emergency DownLoad) Mode.
1.Power off the the device by disconnecting the power cable and USB cable.
2.Connect the power cable.
3.Hold the USB Boot button.
4.Press the Power On button and wait for about 3 seconds.
5.Release the USB Boot button and Power On button.
6.Connect the Type-C USB cable to an Ubuntu computer.
To check if your device has entered the EDL mode, run the following command (e.g. on Ubuntu) :
$ lsusb …… Bus 001 Device 042: ID 05c6:9008 Qualcomm, Inc. Gobi Wireless Modem (QDL mode) …… .
Step 3.Execute flash command to start flash.
$ ./turbox-sdk --flash --flat-build [path] --xml [xmlfiles] --firehose-file [firehosefile] --storage-type [eMMC,UFS,nand] Example : ./turbox-sdk --flash --flat-build /home/liguo/Downloads/FlatBuild_Turbox-C40X_qcs404_le1.2.r.perf.004.002_wcn3999_alexa_dolby --xml patch0.xml,rawprogram_unsparse.xml --firehose-file prog_firehose_ddr.elf --storage-type eMMC
Step 4.If the image flashing process completes successfully, and devices can boot up normally.
|1.0||Jun 22, 2021||Initial release.|
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