Nope, but we added support for AIR based on available information recently and already built test images (more or less by accident):
Unless you are able to attach a serial console to the 4-pin header it's useless to even try them out. Two questions from our side:
- is the 4-pin header to provide power and attach a serial console populated or not?
- if the eMMC pre-flashed?
Please get back to us with this information first, we will then update the NanoPi Air thread and might ask potential Air users a few questions. Thanks!
None of the headers are populated. The box comes with the headers, but they're not soldered on. I populated all the headers, connected a USB-serial adapter to the serial console and tried powering it up. I don't see anything on the console, and no LEDs blink, so I don't think there is anything installed on the eMMC.
I'll try your images and see what they do.
Where is the NanoPi air thread? I didn't see it.
Edit: It turns out that my USB-serial adapter must not provide enough current to boot. I powered from USB without an sdcard, and now the blue LED is flashing. I'm not seeing anything over the serial console, but there could be a problem with the configuration of my USB-serial. I'm not sure what the baud rate is for starters...
Edit2: I'm an idiot! I soldered a dual row 90 degree header on the console pins and the other (single) row, then a single row along the rest of the row. The back (console) row aligns with the single row, and I had the USB-uart on the wrong pins. Now I am able to power the board from my USB-uart, and it boots from eMMC with the console at 115200, so it does come pre-installed with FriendlyArm Ubuntu on the eMMC.
Edit3: The provided Ubuntu image works perfectly. It appears to be finding the wireless correctly, but I haven't tried configuring it yet.