If you would like to learn how to install Android on a Raspberry Pi mini PC the latest official Raspberry Pi magazine issue 71 might be worth downloading or purchasing from your local newsagent. This months issue features everything you need to know about running Android on Raspberry Pi including tutorials using emteria.OS and Android Things.
“A big part of our main feature looks at emteria.OS, a version of Android that runs directly on the Raspberry Pi. By running it on a touchscreen setup, you can use your Pi just like an Android tablet — one that’s easily customisable and hackable for all your embedded computing needs. Inside the issue, we’ve got a special emteria.OS discount code for readers.”
Android things can be used to create a wide variety of Internet of Things applications and within this months Raspberry Pi magazine the team discover more about the official Android Things release specially created for the Raspberry Pi mini PC. This week’s issue also teaches you how to build a Raspberry Pi weather station using readily available components and of course the Raspberry Pi computer. Other tutorials include how to get started with TensorFlow AI and details on building your very own oscilloscope.
Source: RPiFFiled Under: DIY Projects, Technology News