anonymox

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  1. I think my device was installed NAND chip instead of eMMC. I ran the "df" command and it show like this: /dev/mmcblk0p2 14G 4.1G 9.8G 30% / /dev/mmcblk0p1 128M 56M 73M 44% /boot Other issue with this box is it can't boot to android anymore once I booted to Armbian on SDCard. I checked the multi boot script and look like it can't see eMMC storage to boot in.
  2. Hey, I'm using TX3 mini type A (2019 edition - new hardware). I can't install Armbian to eMMC, this is log: root@aml:~# ./install.sh Start script create MBR and filesystem Start backup u-boot default dd: failed to open '/dev/mmcblk1': No such file or directory Start create MBR and partittion Error: Could not stat device /dev/mmcblk1 - No such file or directory. Error: Could not stat device /dev/mmcblk1 - No such file or directory. Error: Could not stat device /dev/mmcblk1 - No such file or directory. Start restore u-boot dd: failed to open '/boot/u-boot-default.img': No such file or direct
  3. I tried fw_printenv in kernel 3.14 but it only returned "Cannot parse config file '/etc/fw_env.config': Invalid argument"
  4. do you have a link to Armbian with kervel 3.14, I can't found it. I tried with higher kernel version but they only return file not found --- never mind, I found it
  5. Are there other ways to do that? My device will lost warranty if I open it.
  6. Hi @balbes150, I flashed Debian 5.77 to my SDcard. It booted ok with my new TX3 mini (type A). But now, when I ejected the SDcard from box, I can't boot to Android anymore. It stucked at device's booting logo. I dont't install Armbian to eMMC. Just boot from SDcard and than eject it. Currently, I still can boot to SDcard, but Android is not. The only way to back to Android is re-flash the Android firmware. I used "dmesg | grep mmc" command to check my device is eMMC or NAND, I found this: mmc2: new high speed SDIO card at address 0001