Now, set the BOOT PIN to SD_CARD, insert the SD CARD where stm32mp1-debian-buster-console-armhf-latest-2gb1.img.xz was downloaded, and apply DC 12V. Then the USER LED blinked, and even after 10 minutes, it continues to blink. I would like to ask if it was uploaded properly.
Did you complete Step 3. of the wiki, and extract the *.img file from the *.xz file and Burn it with the Etcher app?
only after that do you insert it into odyssey and reboot , set to boot from SD card. wait for the unit to reboot and look at the serial console.
Hmmm, odd, Let’s start a Poll, my $$ is on the SD card (speed)
Does it blink, even with out it inserted? , No then ----> card or slide switch.
Ok, check the type of SD card , best to use class 10, 32Gig
are you powering thru the USB C port?, try that for firmware update
lastly, switch the position of the boot from emmc <–or–> sd card switch maybe it’s looking in the wrong place., give the sd card slot a good eyeball inspection (both sides) for bridges or remnants.
Make sure you got a good 3A power supply , Push - hold power to turn off, push and release to Boot.
I’m looking at this doc here,
sofar so good, should go.
The SD device or th USB, Once you image the sd card Windows will complain try to have you repair it… Ignore that.
I have a Rock 64 running the Buster image, it too gave me fits over the SD card, two Identical one and 1 worked , 1 did not.
Try another if you can…
Ok well do you have access to another IMG, On the advanced page of the guide there are some links to other images, Maybe ubuntu or another previous build.
Can you tell if the selector switch makes a difference SD or EMMC position…
are you using the power button to cycle power , & boot etc.?
Is the power and USER1 LED flashing when it’s trying the Boot SD?