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zorgos

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Hello,

 

Can you explain me why this screen appears when the board shutdown and how to reset the default configuration ? It is new and i don't understand chinese :)

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Board: Orangepi PC+

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You are in the armbian forum.

Your screenshot shows an ANDROID Operating System, not armbian.

 

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I believe you but i haven't got android installed and this screen appears after allwinner h3 is launched, there is nothing else except hdmi screen. It is new, before there was not that. I tried to click on the window there was an update that was made through the board while the SD card was removed. This screen appear :

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15 minutes ago, zorgos said:

I believe you but i haven't got android installed and this screen appears after allwinner h3 is launched, there is nothing else except hdmi screen. It is new, before there was not that. I tried to click on the window there was an update that was made through the board while the SD card was removed. This screen appear :

What board do you have? You give very little useful information.

You probably have android installed on your eMMC.

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Orange pi pc +, it's specified in my first post under the picture :) I have never installed android and the emmc is not used on this card. The system is on the sd card ... And even, I do not understand why the emmc would load after a shutdown ...

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the update is made at this address ip : 182.92.236.130 163.171.130.132 129.250.35.251

 

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So you've got an sd-card with armbian which worked?
Does it still boot Armbian from the SD-card?
Orange Pi installs chinese android on the eMMC. Maybe you never did boot from it, but it probably is there. Why it would go inthere after a shutdown I don't know.
Try booting without sd-card.
If Armbian still boots fine from sd-card you could install Armbian on the eMMC. It's faster than sd-card. But it's probably a small size.

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Thx NicoD. A "shred -n 1 -z /dev/mmcblk1" do the trick. Thanks again.

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