Congratulations on making such a nice device! It is great to be able to write on e-ink display. As you know, android is based off linux kernel, and many people have run plain linux on their android devices in order to run real applications and do things like screen mirroring. There is a whole community here:
Look at the reMarkable tablet. It runs linux. There is a whole community of people who have made tools for it to make it even better. See for yourself here: (https://github.com/reHackable/awesome-reMarkable)
It’s really cool! I would like to port linux to the Boox Note. In order to port linux to the Boox Note we need a few things like architecture, how to get into flash/fastboot mode, fastboot offsets, kernel version, and kernel tree etc. (
Actually, since you are using linux kernel for android you have to release kernel sources in order to comply with the linux kernel GPLv2 license. There is a long history of android makers not complying with GPL and it makes us programmers very sad because we can’t make better tools and we can’t run linux. (https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2018/01/xiaomi-is-dragging-its-feet-on-the-gpl-again-this-time-with-the-mi-a1/)
I see you have github page and you update it recently!
https://github.com/onyx-intl May you please upload kernel source so that we can port linux / AOSP? Please please?