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Can not boot Android
#11
Hi,

I tried 3 times flash and boot Android but without success.

I flashed Android image with SD_Firmware_Tool.exe

I have 32GB Kingstone SD card Class 10.

After 1 hours of waiting screen remain black.

What should be problem ?

Maybe the problem is in my monitor. I have Tinkerboard connected via HDMI to monitor Samsung with resolution 1920x 1080.
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#12
I had an issue with android, and very strange behaviour... And the problem was the power supply. For the Tinkerboard, you REALLY need a PSU with > 2A....
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#13
(05-17-2017, 05:13 PM)znaveed Wrote: Hi,

I tried 3 times flash and boot Android but without success.

I flashed Android image with SD_Firmware_Tool.exe

I have 32GB Kingstone SD card Class 10.

After 1 hours of waiting screen remain black.

What should be problem ?

Maybe the problem is in my monitor. I have Tinkerboard connected via HDMI to monitor Samsung with resolution 1920x 1080.

Try using Win32Imager to burn the image to your SD card. It should only take a few minutes to boot the first time and then after that it is seconds.
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#14
I was able to get the image booting perfectly flashing the SD card with dd from a Linux desktop.
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