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  1. I'm very like the libreelec patched 5.19.15 version. Where can I find the correct header .deb file for it?
  2. really? This is a bit saddening, because now all media applications are lagging and I thought there was a way to speed up browsing and playing YouTube videos.
  3. thank you for the reassuring answer. Unfortunately, I have no experience in installing Linux drivers. Can someone explain how I can activate the lima driver?
  4. is there a driver available and usable for the Mali GPU? I miss the hardware acceleration in the desktop versions.
  5. @FRIKIdelTO "I have installed several versions of Armbian and in all of them I have the same problem, the WiFi does not work. The networks can be searched, but it cannot connect, it is as if the password is not correct," As you can see, on your board is produced with a new type wireless chip, the 2734C. For this chip should to use a patch, as you can read this:
  6. I have a little problem on the LIRC topic. Pretty much everything works fine, but the POWER button on the remote has a life of its own. When I press it, the box stops almost immediately, I don't think it stops properly. I wrote a separate bash script for this button event, so that it stops properly, but that code does not run, something "catches it" before it and handles it. My bash script works anyway, because if I call it from the terminal, it does exactly what it should.
  7. @Keeper : check my previous post, because the the error is familiar to me https://forum.armbian.com/topic/17597-csc-armbian-for-rk3318rk3328-tv-box-boards/?do=findComment&comment=143890
  8. I would like to ask, is it possible to set a higher transmitter power for bluetooth? Now it can only transmit audio at a distance of 60 cm from the box. Thanks.
  9. I finally managed to solve the problem, my box can connect to wifi with that new 2734C chip. Thanks to @jock for directing my attention to the nvram file, I was wrong, dtb was not needed to solve it. However, Google didn't help with the solution (I don't even understand how it could have helped), but I contacted the Chinese manufacturer of the box and they helped. I have attached the correct nvram file, the content of which I overwrote the brcm/brcmfmac4334-sdio.rockchip,rk3318-box.txt file that comes with the current image. I recommend that you integrate it into the kernel, because the current kernel does not, or at least does not, support this widely used wireless chip. nvram_2734c.txt
  10. It is important for me to solve my wifi connection problem, so I dedicated this whole day to extract the dtb from the original Android device. So the chip I'm having a problem with is the 2734C. It seems to work well with the 6334 overlay, but it can never connect to the wifi network. Looking into the content of the dtb, I was surprised to read that in the device tree it reads: wifi_chip_type = "rtl8822bs". This is where all my knowledge ends, my request is that you make me a wlan overlay based on the attached dts that I can use for this chip. Thanks. rk3318_h96_max_android.dts
  11. Sorry to bring up this topic again, but today almost every h96 max box is produced with this new 2734c wireless chip. I've tried everything that is possible with software, but can't connect to the wifi network. I think it would be necessary to make a new overlay specifically for this. I'm not a hardware expert, could any of you make this? Maybe you don't need a box like this, since other images were already specialized for this chip in 2019, maybe you can take it out of it: https://forum.freaktab.com/node/789155
  12. You can do this using the OpenVFD driver. If you read back on this topic, you’ll find a lot of posts on how to use it. There is no easier way.
  13. Sorry to bring up this topic again, but today almost every h96 max box is produced with this new 2734c wireless chip. I've tried everything that is possible with software, but can't connect to the wifi network. I think it would be necessary to make a new overlay specifically for this. I'm not a hardware expert, could any of you make this? Maybe you don't need a box like this, since other images were already modified in 2019, maybe you can take it out of it: https://forum.freaktab.com/node/789155
  14. @jock : you did a great job, congratulations! 👍 I tried the new image today and (I think thanks to the clock change) I saw a 20% increase in speed during the operation of the box. I was hoping that the new image, with its many minor fixes, would also help my Wi-Fi connection problem. Unfortunately, I have not seen any improvement in this area. The relevant part of the dmesg output is: [ 10.099047] brcmfmac: brcmf_fw_alloc_request: using brcm/brcmfmac4334-sdio for chip BCM4334/3 [ 10.099438] usbcore: registered new interface driver brcmfmac [ 10.100554] brcmfmac mmc1:0001:1: Direct firmware load for brcm/brcmfmac4334-sdio.rockchip,rk3318-box.bin failed with error -2 [ 10.304233] brcmfmac: brcmf_fw_alloc_request: using brcm/brcmfmac4334-sdio for chip BCM4334/3 [ 10.304394] brcmfmac: brcmf_c_process_clm_blob: no clm_blob available (err=-2), device may have limited channels available [ 10.304865] brcmfmac: brcmf_c_preinit_dcmds: Firmware: BCM4334/3 wl0: Jul 24 2019 12:58:36 version 6.10.191 (TOB) (r) FWID 01-b049404e
  15. I have attached the data sheet for the chip. The thing I wrote above really works is that you can connect another I2C device to the two appropriate pins on the chip. However, this is not enough, you need to use the OpenVFD driver (in place compile) and modify it in small dips to be able to send commands to the other device. FD6551_Datasheet.pdf
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