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  1. Tried the steP-Nand and it worked in 1 try (since I never erase nand before nor use Jump Start tool). Playing around with it now and I just noticed that my mac address changes with every reboot. This was actually the same as "respeaker" image before running in sd card. But I actually solved this (fixed mac address) when I tried the "LE_bootloader_Armbian_20.05.0-trunk_Rk322x-box_buster_current_5.5.16_minimal.img" on sd card. Not sure if reason for change/problem is because of the 5.5.16 kernel before compared to legacy 4.4.194 kernel now? Any ideas on how to fix? Also, worst case scenario, can I still boot from sd card to use previous image (like before to have fixed mac addr) after having flashed the nand with multitool? Do I just have to restore flash using multitool? Very glad to be able to tinker with this during lockdown. Thanks for all the work!
  2. @fabiobassa @jock Thank you very much for the help. I’ll be using what I have now (img with LibreELEC bootloader on ext sd card) for the meantime as it works much better than what I previously had (respeaker). Btw will using the multitool write anything in the internal NAND? I’m actually hesitant to use it now fearing I might not be able to use future method of writing to NAND if you guys do eventually succeed in making it. Also, if ever you release updated builds, how do I properly update? Do I need to setup and install everything again from scratch? @Alex83 I’m actually wondering about the same thing re raspberry pi (I don’t own any). Aren’t these rk322x boards better and more powerful than rpi? It might be cheaper too after case and accessories. Rpi boots from sd cards as well right?
  3. Hi there, I recently just came across this thread and is pleasantly surprised and happy that there are still on-going developments on our old-ish RK322x devices! Before seeing this thread, I was rockin' a MX4-V10 RK3229 (?) Android Box with an old respeaker img on a sd card which I found months ago. Pictures of the android box and internals for reference: MX4-V10 Pics I actually already tried to burn "Armbian_20.05.0-trunk_Rk322x-box_buster_current_5.5.16_minimal.img.xz" into an sd card and the box failed to boot. I then burned "LE_bootloader_Armbian_20.05.0-trunk_Rk322x-box_buster_current_5.5.16_minimal" into an sd card and the box successfully booted. It seems to be working fine upon initial check but I just wanted to clarify a few things so I can do over the setup in case there's a more optimal/correct way of doing it: 1. Does my box have NAND or eMMC internal storage? 2. If NAND, is it ok to use any of the 3 types of images (focal legacy, buster legacy, buster mainline)? I'm a bit confused on "NAND is available only on legacy" on 1st post. 3. Also if NAND, which is better: a. Use newly created Multitool and install Jumpstart. burn 1 of the 3 original img to sdcard and plug in to the box. b. Use the IMGs posted by @Maker39 with the built in Libreelec bootloader 4. Finally, upon installation, which of the boards do I pick when running rk322x-config? Is it ok to pick again after initial selection? If I were to do trial and error, what do I watch out for to check that I picked the correct board? Thanks so much!
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