Lakka on Rockchip 3229

Hi everyone, i own a Scishion V88 ( Rockchip 3229 ) it can run retroarch on android that is installed on it, but it is slow on most of snes cores, so i thought about to try install Lakka so that maybe it could run a bit better, Is there a build of Lakka for Rockchip 3229 ? Or at least you guys have plans for develop one ?

We dont have any rk3229 but it is doable

hello do you successful ???

I know this is an old thread, but I would like to share an build that work pretty well on my MXQ 4K PRO 5G (RK3228A). It must work in RK3229 as well. This image was sent to me by the SpikeSP87 user from libreelec forums.

Another options is run armbian and install retroarch from the official ppa.


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Hi! I just tried this link image in my MK809V. It suppose have the Rk3229 but unfortunately didn’t work. Just shows a black screen, an when I rebooted it by unplug, show some information in the screen like the command prompt.

I hope to read if someone had a better result…

Hi @DjRasek1 I’m working in my spare time on rk322x port

if you are interested I’ll share something. It’s based on my unofficial build of libreelec so it’s almost working (considering the power of the soc).

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it would be great. thanks

@ilmich can you please share your lakka 4.0 for 322x project .IMG ?:slight_smile:

Hello, from your github I can compile the version for RK322x using Ubuntu 22.04? Thanx.

Hi, sorry for the delay. Here you can find my latest build

At the moment it’s preferable to install it on the SD card. Maybe I could think of opening an ad-hoc thread. @agnul75 the official build instructions from Lakka also apply to my fork. However Ubuntu, I believe, is the linux distribution for which you can find more information.

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I tried your image, truly remarkable work. Everything worked perfectly on two tvboxes with rk3228/3229 The only precaution was to scale the resolution to 640x480 to have a high framerate with all mame2003plus and Fbneo games. With HD or FULLHD resolution it is quite hanged, but that is normal for this SOC. Thank’s for your job.

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Hi, this build comes from my work on libreelec (the build system is identical so it was easy to work with). I say this because I don’t use it often, but I know you can play a lot with the retroarch options for better performance. You can also enable DDR3 scaling (if your box supports it) by changing the devicetree as explained here

I haven’t decided yet whether to make it a project to keep (I might work on lakka 5.x since I have prepared libreelec 11), because it depends a lot on how many people like you find it useful.

Thanks for your feedback Michele