chippey5

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  1. That didn't take long: I ripped out one of my Raspberry Pi 3 power supplies, connected it to the board and now it finally shows up in the network (and the heartbeat didn't stop). The funny thing is that the reason I wanted to reflash the board was because it was incredibly slow, probably caused by the quite extreme throttling that was happening at the time. Thanks for the stellar help!
  2. Impressive, thanks for this. I will check back with a reply once I have got a hold on a new micro usb cable and tested (which I currently don't have more of because luckily it's almost fully replaced by USB C nowadays ).
  3. I'm using an identical 5V 2A adapter which is powering a secondary NanoPi NEO2 Black of mine (which is required according to the specs). I will try to swap out the cable and reply with the results. It's one I had lying around for a device whose charging input didn't exceed 500mA, but I do want to remember I used this one to set my boards up more than a year ago. Also just out of curiosity, are the logs at http://ix.io/2R3e generated through an actual NanoPi NEO2 Black?
  4. I had a NanoPi NEO2 Black lying around with an old (but working) Armbian image on which I decided to wipe and re-flash. As per usual I check my DHCP server to see which IP it is assigned, but it never showed up. At this point I hooked up one of my UART adapters to it after re-flashing the image (Armbian_21.02.1_Nanopineo2black_buster_current_5.10.12.img): INFO: Configuring SPC Controller NOTICE: PMIC: Assuming H5 reference regulator design INFO: BL31: Platform setup done INFO: BL31: Initializing runtime services INFO: BL31: cortex_a53: CPU workaround for 855873 was app