remove git clone so this step is consistent with new kit setup

Change-Id: I453fb306e53c27879fdbf5ec40607fb53a492745
diff --git a/setup.sh b/setup.sh
index 9490dcd..d199618 100644
--- a/setup.sh
+++ b/setup.sh
@@ -14,30 +14,10 @@
 # limitations under the License.
 
 # This script is designed to run on the Raspberry Pi OS.
-# It verifies the camera, installs Coral libraries, and clones our projects repo.
+# It verifies the camera is enabled and installs Coral libraries.
 
 set -e
 
-export REPO_PROJECT="google-coral"
-export REPO_NAME="aiy-coralkit"
-
-function get_repo () {
-    # Check if our repo exists
-    if [ -d "${REPO_NAME}" ]; then
-      echo "${REPO_NAME} directory exists. Skipping git clone."
-      return
-    fi
-
-    # Check if git is installed
-    if [ hash git 2>/dev/null ]; then
-        echo "Installing git..."
-        sudo apt-get update
-        apt-get install git -y
-    fi
-
-    git clone https://github.com/${REPO_PROJECT}/${REPO_NAME}
-}
-
 function enable_camera () {
     CAM=$(sudo raspi-config nonint get_camera)
     if [ $CAM -eq 1 ]; then
@@ -95,18 +75,8 @@
     * ) echo "Please answer yes or no.";;
   esac
 done
-echo "Done."
 
 echo
-echo "Downloading AIY Coral Kit repo..."
-get_repo
-echo "Done."
-
-echo
-echo "Setup is complete. You should now verify it all works:"
-echo "  1. Be sure your camera is connected to the Raspberry Pi."
-echo "  2. Connect the Coral USB Accelerator to the Raspberry Pi."
-echo "     If the USB Accelerator is already connected, unplug it and plug it back in."
-echo "  3. Download our models and run a test with this command:"
-echo "     bash ${REPO_NAME}/run_demo.sh"
+echo "Coral software setup is complete."
+echo "To continue setup on a Raspberry Pi, follow the guide at g.co/coral/kit-setup"
 echo