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  1. I deleted everything in config.tx to let Linux search and I got the message: Indeed the file is not present!
  2. Hello, I'm not the type to quickly give up and I investigated a little under Android and Linux. I noticed that the messages of both parties are identical and thus gives a track for a solution: 1. In Android: 2. On Linux: With what I found, I think it would be: BCM4334 02d0: 4334 (0x4334), but I have not yet been able to identify the nvram to use, nor the parameters to put in the config.txt file. I tried to use the nvram of Android under Linux, without success. Do you have an idea ?
  3. This at least has the merit of being clear, but without rancor. Since I do not have the knowledge to modify the DTB file and nobody can have this type of TV Box, I will unfortunately have to turn to more conventional terchnologies. Can you however put me on the way to a functional TV Box (minimum 2 Gb ram) if I try this adventure anyway?
  4. I notice on this forum that I am far from the only one with a Wifi problem. I can find no solution to this problem, neither here nor anywhere else. Would it still be related to the dhd module? By starting this project, I did not expect it to be so sharp and difficult to work with an ARM processor. Having no knowledge on this subject, I remain dependent on the community, but it turns out that it seems insurmountable. I am convinced that a module (perhaps the SDIO) is not activated in order to finally make the Wifi usable (in my case, also bluetooth). Nobody has any idea?
  5. Good evening Balbes150, Can you explain to me what u-boot is for I've seen a lot of posts on it without really understanding its usefulness? I can tell you how I use Armbian: 1. I first test the image on the SD card. 2. Once it is functional, I write this image on the eMMC to stop working on the SD card. In my case it's really to make the TV Box a mini PC.
  6. Good evening, I think that the procedure for changing the ROOT password was not complete and you can not create the first user. If you are not used to the linux world, I suggest you to redo a new image on your SD card and redo the installation procedure. There is way to do it differently, but in command line you have to create this first user and after a reboot everything comes back in order. With a new image on the SD card, memory procedure: - the moment he asks the user: root - the password: 1234 - Current (Unix) password: 1234 (maybe that's where you made a mistake) - New (Unix) password: your root password - Retype (Unix) password: your root password a 2nd time - You will arrive at the creation of the first user and find the procedure of MXQ Project (the same one I used). Good luck, DDA
  7. If I take the list in Mate, it is indeed like that (posted above). The last list is that of the TV Box itself, so Android, I activated the SSH to be able to check. We can obviously see that we need to activate dhd in Mate. If you have information about the Box itself, do not hesitate to ask for it.
  8. This is lsmod from the TV Box :
  9. I will receive from Bqeel the original ROM of my TV Box. So it is again in M9X Max and Android 6.0.1. This does not change my current problem, but at least I will be able to write it in the eMMC and therefore be able to use Mate from the Box itself and not only from the SD card (hopefully because it has already worked before my handling error).
  10. Hello, I tried all dtb files you mentioned but this is not working... The image you pointed to was 5.37 dated 09-Feb-18 instead of 5.41 of 6-Apr-18 you previously mentioned to me (see previous reply above) Huge thanks for you help so far DDA
  11. Can you tell me where I can download this file? ... there is so much place on Yandex that I can not find it directly What dtb do you think I should use? I use another file : Armbian_5.37_S9xxx_Ubuntu_xenial_3.14.29_mate_20171226.img
  12. Thanks a lot for your help! That's it, I put the files modified above back to their original values and I added the dhd module and rebooted the Box. Here is the screen of your request + the modules loaded:
  13. In my various tests, I found an image that had a dtb for the MXQ Pro +, but it does not boot on the SD card: - IMAGE: Armbian_5.37_S9xxx_Ubuntu_xenial_3.14.79_mate_20180209.img - DTB: mxq_pro_plus.dtb However, the password was: 1q2w3e4r instead of 1234
  14. As for Android, it has Wifi and it works very well. I have already tried to load the dhd module, he found the brcmfmac module, but impossible to operate the Wifi (I do not have a wired network everywhere, which pushes me to use Wifi). The Wifi chip is: HS2734A V15628 98MA ... according to my research it would be a broadcom SDIO card 4329/30 Regarding the ROM of this TV Box, I have contacts with the provider (Bqeel) and according to their last message, they will send it to me, but I'm still waiting. I went to this solution because the intended use is the opening of a web page requiring very few resources and given the competitive price of TV Box, it was an inexpensive solution for our association ... several Boxes are planned. Once functional on SD card, the transfer to the eMMC will be the next step, where I still have the problem that Android starts in recovery mode. EDIT: as a reminder, due to a handling error on my part, I had to load the ROM of a box MXQ Pro + which is functional under Android, but it is Android 7.1.2 instead of 6.0.2 of the Original Rom
  15. Hello, Nobody has an idea of the image to use and which dtb file to use for my TV Box? If I can not make linux work on it, I will unfortunately have to abandon this project which seemed to me excellent. In the worst case, there is a TV Box with 2 Gb Ram and 16 Gb Rom that would work, taking into account that this is for a non-profit association. Thank you for your help. DDA