hzak wrote: ↑
Sun May 12, 2019 2:53 pm
ikk wrote: ↑
Sun May 12, 2019 9:37 am
hzak wrote: ↑
Sun May 12, 2019 12:50 am
Just do `dd if=2019_03_02_rpi3_13fa200.bin of=/dev/sda bs=4MiB`, then check the SD card can boot up or not.
The rest of the instructions on the video may make the SD card unbootable if you make mistakes.
`zcat 2019_03_02_rpi3_13fa200.bin.gz | sudo dd of=/dev/sda bs=4MiB status=progress` used to flash the compressed image directly to the SD card. So you don't need to use gunzip command to extract 2019_03_02_rpi3_13fa200.bin.gz.
Didn’t work, I still get the same issue
I’m using USB boot, could it be that usb boot is not compatible?
Also, if possible, can you please try re-uploading the image to github (or any other service really)? Maybe the image on github got corrupted or something.
I did not enable USB boot. not sure.
The image is ok, please check this: https://github.com/brobwind/pie-device- ... y/issues/1
I’ve already tried etcher, same issue.
I’ll try flashing it into the microSD card instead of using USB boot. This’ll take some time tho because I only have 1 microSD card with raspbian installed on it, hence why I’m using USB boot for anything else. I’ll create an image of my raspbian installation as a backup, then I’ll flash the .bin android image to the microSD card and try my luck.
It worked perfectly on the microSD card!
The issue is that i need the microSD card for raspbian (don’t want to run raspbian using usb boot since it’s my main OS and I want something more low-profile, hence why i need the microSD card for it)
If you don’t mind, can you please get it to support usb boot?