Orange PI 4 not boot


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No boot from sd card Armbian_20.05.7_Orangepi4_focal_current_5.4.49.img.xz

The Image OrangePi_4_ubuntu_bionic_desktop_linux4.4.179_v1.3.tar.gz is boot normaly.

SD card SanDisk Ultra 64G 10class.

gdisk p table

Number  Start (sector)    End (sector)  Size       Code  Name
   1           24576           32767   4.0 MiB     8300  uboot
   2           32768           40959   4.0 MiB     8300  trust
   3           49152          114687   32.0 MiB    8300  boot
   4          376832       124735454   59.3 GiB    8300  rootfs

console debug no viewer, but my usb-ttl not support 1500000!

 

Where SD card is new, armbian boot normaly!!!!

After OrangePi image no...

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console debug no viewer, but my usb-ttl not support 1500000!

You should get a proper one. Best debug tool for SBCs.

 

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OPI4 is built around the RK3399 SoC but since youo state it does not boot at all it kind a finds here too.

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1 hour ago, Alex_ro said:

Where SD card is new, armbian boot normaly!!!!

After OrangePi image no...

This a known issue.

If Rockchip's loader finds GPT partition table (in this case the recovery one) it tries to boot using the GPT partition layout which Armbian does not use.

 

At this point to quickly recover the SD card after Xunlong's image you need to erase last 33 sectors holding a GPT recovery partition table and before writing Armbian image.

 

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