All right, after a bit of fiddling, I’ve managed to get Arch ARM running on the MK802 well enough to automatically boot straight into Arch ARM and bring up the 802.11 interface. I’m currently attempting to get the frame-buffer working, as the only interface available is console via RS232 -...

Success! Sometime this afternoon I managed to get an Arch ARM install running on the MK802. It’s very flaky at the moment, and a few items aren’t working as expected, but I hope to have them resolved in a day or two, after which I’ll do a write up. More...

While reading over the Arch Arm forums and developer documents I came across a few posts regarding the MK802. There is some suggestion that the Mele A1000 Arch build should work with the MK802 with a few modifications. As a test, I’ve attempted to boot the sun4i builds from the...

…all right, after a few hours I’ve finally managed to get a new U-Boot compiled with support for the full compliment of RAM installed on the MK802. This having been said, as to whether this has just been a cosmetic or functional change, I’m not one hundred percent certain. A...

Recently, I picked up an MK802 for about $100 including shipping. It’s a pretty cool little unit, and the guys over at Miniand seem to be very helpful with breaking the unit open and hacking it to do as much as possible - which is really cool to see. My...