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I have the same problem, and another chip SEC 843...  with the same board revision. Looks like the working chip might be the one-off here :-(

 

I can also confirm as others have reported that the image for the T3 (non-plus) boots fine but only exposes 1GB memory.

 

 

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@Igor

can you please change in bl1 (file - startup_aarch64.S)

0x068 1010DE01

it also can be changed in img (may be faster way) 0x00000268 (01DE1010)

In this case all people will be able to use armbian img for T3+

 

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13 hours ago, constantius said:

Can you write where i should make a change? what does mean in bl1

it also can be changed in img on SDcard  (may be faster way) 0x00000268 (01DE1010)

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5 hours ago, constantius said:

Can anybody explaned me in which file on sd-card i should put 0x00000268 (01DE1010)?

Thanks

After you've written img on SDcard you should change value at address on SDcard

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14 hours ago, NoXQS said:

Does that change the memory allocation, from 1 to 2gb? Like what I mentioned in my earlier post?

 

On 7/24/2019 at 9:43 PM, Vlado said:

So, NOW it work!!!

Armbian 64 2GB on T3+

Screenshot_2019-07-24_21-20-46.png

Yes, need change bl1, or simple way

After you've written img on SDcard you should change value at address on SDcard

should put 0x00000268 (01DE1010)

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It looks like not fast process (with renew img).

So, after you have recorded img on SD card you should change value (01DE1010) at this addres 0x00000268. You can do it with HEX editor.

 

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20 hours ago, constantius said:

ok i have installed okteta. But which file have I to edit on sd-card?

It not file!!! It data on SD card!

You should open your SD card at HEX editor.

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53 minutes ago, Vlado said:

Should be

Hack.jpg

OK finally i have prepared mini how to .:

 

1. Burn Armbian image > 5.90 into micro sd-card
2. Download and install HEX editor into your windows machine
https://mh-nexus.de/en/hxd/
3. Run Hex as admin
4. Open in HEX your sd-card device ( phisical disk not logical )
5. Set up program in make of copy disk before write

6. Change offset example to 9 numbers  
7. Find and change the memory value for offset 000000260 and write 01DE1010 
It Should be
000000260     01 C8 0C 10 01 66 08 50 01 DE 10 10 04 01 66 66 
6. Save
7. Its done 
8 Boot Nanopi T3 PLUS from micro sdcard

 

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Going back through this thread then, here's what we have so far:

 

User Chip Works
Igor, Vlado SAMSUNG 728 K4B4G16 46D-BCK0 Yes (sometimes with, sometimes without bl1 edit - WTF??)
constantius SEC 710 K4B4G16 46E-???? Yes (needs bl1 edit)
sfalcon, AmirHG SEC 710 K4B4G16 46E-BCK0 Yes (needs bl1 edit)
crazystick SEC 843 K4B4G16 46E BCMA Yes (needs bl1 edit)
crazystick SEC 907 K4B4G16 46E BCMA

Yes (needs bl1 edit)

 

I'll try to test this later this week. @Vlado it looks like you have the same chip as @Igor but you needed the edit where he didn't which is odd. On his board the chip was printed SAMSUNG 728. Is it the same for you? @constantius would be good to fill in the ???s just for completeness.

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