Sunvell T95z plus - 2/16GB - S912 - 9377 WiFi issue

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Thanks so much for the effort that's been put in to this. It's really quite amazing what I can do with my little TV box! 


I've had some issues getting armbian to work fully though, and I believe it's entirely down to the dtb.img not being quite right. I'm using:




On the xenial mate version found:




Which, while booting up fine, gives me no WiFi.


When I run:


dmesg | grep wifi


I see several lines like:


aml_wifi wifi.36: [wifi_dev_probe] no power_on_pin2



(it goes on like that but I can't get a copy and paste from my box, as I can't get it on a network)


EDIT: Photo available - https://imgur.com/a/D12wRYr


Is there something I should do after booting up to get the WiFi chip working? Or do I need to find a more accurate dtb?


I'm really at a loss, and no WiFi is kind of a deal breaker, which would be an absolute shame.


Any ideas/advice/links/help/suggestions? 


Thanks! 😊

Edited by Mashhup

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After some more research I've found that if type:


sudo modprobe wlan


Then run:


sudo service network-manager restart


When I type:




I get results like in this: https://imgur.com/a/Gemz8u8


But unfortunately no networks show up in the network connection manager. 


Also running:


sudo iwlist scan




sudo nmcli dev wifi




sudo iw dev wlan scan


ALL just run forever. So again. A bit stumped. How can I check if the drivers are installed properly for the chip?



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