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  1. @tooz I tried with a new SD card but that did not change anything.

    I did figure out the problem, though.

    I was flashing the image "Tinker_Board-Android12-v0.0.3-20221002.img".
    When I tried using "Tinker_Board_2-Android11-v2.0.8-20220503.img", it booted correctly and worked as expected.


    Thanks for your help troubleshooting.

  2. 14 hours ago, tooz said:

    hello @asteele

    does the issue persist if you're using other monitors?


    I have tried two different types of monitors, yes. Both externally powered. Both via HDMI, though.


    with the information provided, the other solution i can think of for now is to re-burn the sd card (or get another sd card to burn even) does the board work ok with emmc?

    No, when I remove the SD card I also get no display or any kind of information out of the eemc.
    I can get another SD card and see if that makes a difference.

  3. On 3/30/2023 at 2:39 AM, tooz said:

    hello @asteele

    it's likely that you're using an inadequate power supply that's not providng enough power to the board. the partitions seem correct though

    The power supply I'm using is Output: 19V @ 3.42A, 65.0W

    That seems plenty, to me, based on the spec sheet.


    On 3/30/2023 at 11:26 PM, tooz said:

    another thing to check is whether the jumper's attached or not -- if it's attached the board stays in maskrom mode 

    My jumper looks like this:

    Which I believe means it's disabled.


  4. Hello,


    I'm trying to get Android running on my board. I flashed Android 12 using Balena Etcher to the microSD card, then inserted the card and plugged the board in.
    Nothing happened other than the red power light appearing.

    I have a monitor plugged in via HDMI, and a wireless keyboard + mouse. Power is from the DC input jack.
    I also tried removing the microSD card & powering on, but that also didn't do anything. 

    When the microSD card is removed and I plug the USB-C into my computer, I see this the D & E drives:
    but when the card is inserted, nothing changes on my computer.

    I inserted the microSD card into my computer directly, and this is what that looks like:



    I don't know where to go from here, as nothing I do seems to have any effect. 


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