I'm trying to boot up Exton's Android build on Raspberry Pi 2, but I seem to be getting the rainbow screen.
Here is what I have - 4 partitions as follows
512 MB, flagged as bootable
datawhich has over
I used to GParted through Elementary OS - Freya to format and partition.
config.txt file looks like this -
hdmi_force_hotplug=1 hdmi_drive=2 config_hdmi_boost=4 disable_overscan=1 framebuffer_width=1280 framebuffer_height=720 kernel=zImage device_tree=bcm2709-rpi-2-b.dtb initramfs ramdisk.img #0x01f00000 mask_gpu_interrupt0=0x400
I've tried different SD cards (different manufacturers) and checked the power input. Everything seems to be fine but I still get the rainbow screen.
Note: I tried to load berryboot's bootloader for Pi 1 (even though mine is Pi 2) and it seems to be going past the rainbow screen and showing the OS setup screens.
But berryboot's bootloader for Pi 2 or Exton's build or other similar builds don't seem to go past the rainbow screen.
Any help would be highly appreciated.
UPDATE: I tried to boot Windows IoT yesterday. Still getting the rainbow screen. One of the SD cards was a Class 10.