AmberELEC is certainly the best custom firmware for the Anbernic RG351M, RG351P, RG351MP, RG351V and RG552. However, gamers who are using other RK3326 handhelds like the PowKiddy RGB10, RGB10S, RGB20, RGB20S or even the newer R35S will need to tweak settings a little bit to make AmberELEC working on their devices. Although I don’t recommend forcing your way into trying an unsupported custom firmware, I still write a simple guide on how to make AmberELEC working on RK3326 handhelds like the popular PowKiddy RGB20S.
How to make AmberELEC working on RK3326 handhelds
To make AmberELEC working on RK3326 handhelds like the PowKiddy RGB20S, you need to follow these steps:
- Find these files in your PowKiddy handhelds: rk3326-odroidgo2-Linux-v11.dtb and rk3326-odroidgo2-Linux.dtb-v11.conf
- Install AmberELEC on another SD card. Copy both rk3326-odroidgo2-Linux-v11.dtb and rk3326-odroidgo2-Linux.dtb-v11.conf into the root of the AmberELEC system folder
- Open rk3326-odroidgo2-Linux.dtb-v11.conf with Notepad and delete the last line
- Open rk3326-rg351p-Linux.dtb.conf with Notepad in AmberELEC SD card, copy the last line to the bottom of the file rk3326-odroidgo2-Linux.dtb-v11.conf. Save changes
- Open boot.ini with Notepad, find and replace “rk3326-rg351p-Linux.dtb” with “rk3326-odroidgo2-Linux-v11.dtb”. Save changes
- Insert AmberELEC SD card into your PowKiddy handhelds, if the device has two SD card slots, you need to put it into the TF1 slot
That’s it, if you have any other questions, please find it in my PowKiddy RK3326 tutorial.