Section 3 : Method 2: ADB “Push” Lineage from Raspberry Pi to Ouya.

ADB Sideloading Lineage onto your Ouya via Raspberry Pi.

This tutorial assumes that you have already set up your base Raspberry Pi OS and that you are either operating locally on the Pi or via SSH from another PC. This tutorial uses a more traditional “Push” method that we’ve used in previous tutorials such as Cyanogen but updated for performing the same task underneath Lineage. This tutorial also assumes that This is our current 2019 method of flashing and programming Ouya and Android devices due to the nature of commercial OS’s locking the security down on hardware devices. If you have already unlocked ADB on your commercial OS and you have the ADB bridge drivers installed you can follow along on that OS with this tutorial.

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Ableton Push Gen 1 – Disassembly and Repair.

My introduction to Ableton Push.

An Ableton push has landed upon our bench! It was performing reasonably well for about six months time. With my Live lite license in hand I loaded the Ableton Push onto my computer and got right to work. The intention is rather clear about purchasing this piece of hardware which is simply to have the ability of making my own musical assets for the videos that that are done on this site. Perhaps even beyond in the lines of games if I get good enough at composition. But something went very wrong.

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