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/****************************************************************************
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/*!
    \target BeagleBone Black (embedded Android and Linux)
    \page qtee-preparing-hardware-beaglebone.html
    \title Preparing BeagleBone Black
    \previouspage qtee-installation-guide.html

    Take the following steps to prepare a
    \l{http://beagleboard.org/products/beaglebone%20black}{BeagleBone Black} for \B2Q.

    \note It is important that you repeat the steps in this section after you
    update \SDK.

    The images containing the \B2Q stack for BeagleBone Black are included
    in \SDK, ready to be copied to an SD card.

    \section1 Preparing an SD Card

    For \B2QA, an SD card of at least 2 GB capacity is needed. For \B2QL,
    a card of at least 512 MB capacity is sufficient.

    \include detect-sd-card-device-name.qdocinc instructions

    \section1 Installing the Android image

    \e{If installing} \B2QL, \e{you can skip this step and proceed to}
    \l{#Installing the Boot to Qt Image}{Installing the Boot to Qt Image}.

    Download the package \e{TI_Android_JB_4.2.2_DevKit_4.1.1_beagleboneblack.tar.gz} from
    \l{http://downloads.ti.com/sitara_android/esd/TI_Android_DevKit/TI_Android_JB_4_2_2_DevKit_4_1_1/index_FDS.html}
    {Texas Instruments} (search for \e {BeagleBone Black} in the list of download packages).

    Use the following commands to create an SD card containing the
    downloaded image:

    \list 1
        \li Extract the downloaded package:
        \badcode
        ~$ tar zxvf ~/Downloads/TI_Android_JB_4.2.2_DevKit_4.1.1_beagleboneblack.tar.gz
        \endcode
        \li Run beagleboneblack/mkmmc-android.sh:
        \badcode
        ~$ cd beagleboneblack
        ~/beagleboneblack$ sudo ./mkmmc-android.sh /dev/<device_name>
        \endcode
    \endlist

    \section1 Installing the \B2Q Image

    Then, upgrade the SD card with \B2Q. First, ensure that no partitions on the
    SD card are mounted:

    \include detect-sd-card-device-name.qdocinc unmount

    Then, use one of the commands below, depending on whether you are developing
    for embedded Android or Linux:

    \list
        \li \b{\B2QA}
        \badcode
            cd <INSTALL_DIR>
            ./Boot2Qt-3.x/generic-4.2-eAndroid/images/beaglebone/deploy.sh
        \endcode
        \li \b{\B2QL}
        \badcode
            cd <INSTALL_DIR>
            sudo ./Boot2Qt-3.x/beaglebone-eLinux/images/deploy.sh /dev/<device_name>
        \endcode
    \endlist

    After the installation is complete, insert the SD card, power on the device and check that
    the \B2Q welcome screen and/or demo appear.

    \section1 Setting up USB Access

    \include b2qt-post-install-setup.qdocinc setting up usb access

    \section1 Configuring a Device Kit in Qt Creator

    \include b2qt-post-install-setup.qdocinc configuring device kit android linux

    You are now ready to start developing for your device. For more information,
    see \l{Building and Running an Example}.
*/