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  1. Providing logs with armbianmonitor -u helps with troubleshooting and significantly raises chances that issue gets addressed.
  2. @luxix That link is for the s905w cpu which is a different cpu than the s905w2
  3. Please don't keep creating new user accounts. As a new user you get one post per day, to avoid spam. After a while those new user restrictions are automatically removed.
  4. Generally this means that you are holding the reset button too long. When powered with the reset button pressed it should after a few seconds 'reboot' at that time you can release it. If you continue to hold for an extended period of time it will go to the android recovery.
  5. You need to go to the Inovato site for questions/support. Per their website: "IMPORTANT NOTE: If you have any questions or problems with this process, by all means use the Armbian Forums to search for information, but please DO NOT ask questions if you can't find your answer. They don't support the Quadra firmware: We do. So please use the Support category on this forum."
  6. More specifically, you downloaded from a site that is not Armbian. They are a fork of armbian, but continue to use the Armbian name without permission. They do not participate in these forums. There is no way we can help you since you aren't using Armbian, you will need to go to the location you downloaded your build from and get help there.
  7. Please tell us what you have done. You have provided no information for us to help you debug your issue. What build are you using, what steps have you done to get to the point you mentioned?
  8. I would recommend that you first start with a pre-built image (https://www.armbian.com/orange-pi-pc) Then if you want use the armbian build system (https://docs.armbian.com/Developer-Guide_Build-Preparation/) Then you might be able to track down why the Debos isn't working as you think it should.
  9. Since you aren't using Armbian, you really should direct your question to the retrorangepi forums
  10. Please provide a dts so that it could be incorporated. Having the built binary isn't useful, need the source file.
  11. @chinhhut The site you posted a link to, is a fork of Armbian, but continues to use the Armbian name without permission. This causes users to think they are using official Armbian when they are not, causing people to come here for support.
  12. No, the chip manufacturer never released source code for the chip, so it can't be supported by mainline linux
  13. The video you linked to is 5 years old and doesn't reflect the current state of the builds.
  14. This file doesn't exist in the builds on this site. What build are you using?
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