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dbehman » April 8th, 2014, 4:33 pm wrote:Hi,
Someone else in this thread posted about getting no video after installing and rebooting. I'm having the same problem. I've been running Linux for a super long time just fine (well I had some other probs) and I've flashed various updates there and have never had this problem.
I booted into recovery, reset/wiped data then rebooted - same thing. I then booted into recovery again, flashed the update again, rebooted - same thing... no video at all.. just solid blue light on the pivos box.
Maybe my unit is too old? My serial number is 002GM32450<something> .... Maybe I need GM34 for this firmware?
aasoror » April 8th, 2014, 3:52 pm wrote:
It should work, but it will give you no advantage over the 110913 firmware, so I would try reflashing back to that and see if it works.
dbehman » April 8th, 2014, 4:57 pm wrote:
Thanks for the quick reply. I tried that as well and still same thing.
One thing I noticed that I'm not sure I've seen before is at the end of the flash of the .img file, I see "Random offset 0x96". What does that mean?
I also know that waaaay back when I first got this unit, I was running Android, though I have no idea what level it was - probably something in 2012 I'd guess. Maybe I should go all the way back and see if the oldest available works.
aasoror » April 8th, 2014, 4:03 pm wrote:
The random offset is normal.
Have you tried clearing out userdata and doing a factory reset prior to rebooting from recovery ?
How about reverting back to linux would that work ?
Also try removing your mSD card after the update and prior to recovery.
dbehman » April 8th, 2014, 5:31 pm wrote:I just flashed a recent Linux build (I forget which level), rebooted, and it came up perfectly in less than 2 minutes.
Why can't my unit run the Android images?
aasoror » April 8th, 2014, 5:03 pm wrote:
Thats odd, TBH I remember one or two similar reports, beside RMA'ing the box there is nothing that can be done about them (well you can connect serially to the box and check why its stuck, but its not something for the non-techie consumer).
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