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  1. @fabiobassa thank you for that idea. Will take a look at it.
  2. Thank you jock! It explained a lot. I managed to disable it forever by modifying the device tree file.
  3. Hi, In the mean time @jock is investigating the problem with legacy uboot, I'm happy with using my box now. After setting options in rk322x-config with led-conf1, I got the solid blue led on. It's not quite comfortable at night time. I would like to ask if there's a way that I can disable the led? Thank you
  4. Hi @jock, Play around with rockchip tv box is always such an interesting thing. I tried to boot off usb drive with 3 types of image: 1) same with image flashed into NAND (buster legacy) --> Armbian could boot from usb drive 2) focal legacy image --> could not boot armbian just ignored the usb drive and booted right from NAND 3) Multiboot --> could not boot, armbian just ignored the usb drive and booted right from NAND
  5. Hi @jock Thank you for the hints and for your all hard work. Finally I managed to boot the system from NAND. After a bit digging up, I tried this gpt partition table config and bingo! I'm happy now despite the cpu temp is a little weird for me. Secondly, booting Armbian from USB also works like a charm. But unfortunately, Multitiool did not have that luck. I guess Multitool would require more investigate from you. I'd like to know the reason for that, too Once again thank you and @fabiobassa as well.
  6. @jock hi jock, Thank you for helping me so far. I tried to boot multitool from usb drive but no luck. Mount usb device and write log into it --> no luck. Here is screenshot for what I did.
  7. Hi @jock Thanks for your kind support. I created stripped image just as you guided but the result was the same. Kernel kept asking about the UUID not existing. I tried a lot with other build versions but no luck. I thought it was about the /etc/fstab or boot/armbianenv.txt but I think I was wrong. There must be something else that I cannot figure it out.
  8. Hi @fabiobassa @jock Thank you for your help. Here is what I've tried so far. 1) put back again loader. 2) write legacy uboot and trust images (from bsp folder in multitool) @2000 & 4000 sectors respectively. 3) create gpt partition in rkdeveloptool. --> called rkdeveloptool --> succeeded. (1 partition system) 4) write armbian.img @8000 with rkdeveloptool (removed first 4MB in gparted or something, I'm not so sure about this) 5) plug in power cord and the monitor was up! But I only got this I guess I'm so close to success. Cou
  9. @fabiobassa thank you for replying. I just realized that my box had only NAND but not eMMC. Such an irony! Can I ask is there any way that I can flash partitions instead of the whole image or can I boot it from usb. If so, can you please give me an instruction on that? Thank you!
  10. Hello, I had a RK3229 box without an SD card slot, so I decided to use rkdeveloptool to flash into eMMC. Everything has gone OK. Here is what I do But the device got stuck in Maskrom mode no matter why. I tried a lot but no success. Maybe somebody can help me out. Thank you in advance.