Bl301 injection, problems, help,

Something appears to have changed in the latest firmeware for my device. Up until recently I
was having issues with resuming normal operation from a suspended state, which I mistakenly
thought was being caused by the nightlys until @Portisch pointed me in the right direction
(Thanks!). Upon reexamining my settings, I just needed to change my “IR Remote Power Code”
from “Beelink 2” to “Beelink” and everything was fine. I could now resume normal operation
from Suspend without any errors.

During all of this I noticed that there was a firmware update released for my device a couple
of weeks ago, so I went ahead and updated. After it finished I re-injected the BL301 Blob as
suggested after an update. But now with the same setting as before I can no longer power on
the device, nor wake from a suspended state. If I revert back to my original settings for the
“IR Remote Power Code” of “Beelink 2”, I can power on the device, but resuming from Suspend
again gives the error “Pulse-Eight CEC adapter connection lost”.

Can we get a look at this? My device is a Beelink GT1mini-2, and the latest firmware is 204P0.
There are some notes about what changes where made to this firmware. One of them was “Add
Bluetooth remote control support”. Could this have changed the BL301 Blob?
Also the power LED is alway on, even when the device is powered off from CoreELEC.

I don’t know why u need to change the IR remote wake up code. But it’s solved now, isn’t it?

The message Pulse-Eight CEC adapter connection lost should be hidden. It is saying nothing, CEC still works as you don’t see the connection done message :wink:

The power led:
I don’t know which led it is so u need to try it by a SSH connection:

mount -o rw,remount /flash
fdtput -t s /flash/dtb.img /gpioleds/sys_led default-state off

Then check if the LED is off or not after a reboot.
To change it back run the commands again with on instead of off.
If the LED is still on there is a different used what we need to try.

Are there any news for fixing turning on with remote for H96Pro+ s912 device? Thanks.

I see no due date for this. Maybe when Amlogic-ng will be finished of GXL/GXM devices.
But then also maybe not all devices are supported as I have seen issues like boot loops on Tanix TX3 device.

Guys, it seems my N5MAX (905X3 box) with 9.2.2 stable does not power off completely (the led keeps light on blue but no network traffic and I am unable to power it off again just with power cicrcle) neither from kodi or remote (KEY_POWER) nor from terminal (shutdown command). So I tried the bl301 injection by inject_bl30. It seems was successfull:

update-bl301.log (

But nothing happened - no sleep, no wakeup. The config ini was set correctly:

/flash/config.ini (

and it seems dmesg says nothing:

output of dmesg (

and the whole debug is in

Do you have an idea?



What’s the output of the IR remote by this guide?

It says “Custom”

I don’t know what you mean. Make a log of your SSH connection.

sorry. I mean the IR Remote Power Coda says ‘Custom’. Maybe you mean this?


the output is:

N5MAX:~ # ir-keytable -u
Protocols changed to irmp
Waiting for IRMP decode event. Please, press CTRL-C to abort.
Received IRMP code: remotewakeup=‘0xbf40fe01’, decode_type=‘0x0’, remotewakeupmask=‘0xffffffff’
Received IRMP code: remotewakeup=‘0xbf40fe01’, decode_type=‘0x0’, remotewakeupmask=‘0xffffffff’

If it then it’s not working I would need a UART log.
The injection was successful and the IR code got injected too.

dmesg doesn’t show the bl301 prints. If you have no UART you can take a look to this one: CoreELEC Team SDIO Debug Board

Hi Portisch,
sorry if this is a noob question.
I’ve used the embedded feature of bl301 injection and ir code mod that you added to CoreELEC-9.2.2.
I’m running on a Beelink GT King (rev A) and using a Minix A2 lite remote with it instead of the standard remote.
By choosing “Minix” in the IR code list, I thought that the box would answer to IR code sent (such as power on/off) but it is not the case. Am I missing something ?

FYI, the Minix A2 lite remote is using a wireless dongle connection for most of its code, except the power button that triggers IR code to be sent. This code is understood by Minix box.

my /flash/config.ini has

and ``ir-keytable -u```` returns
Received IRMP code: remotewakeup=‘0xe718fe01’, decode_type=‘0x0’, remotewakeupmask=‘0xffffffff’`when I push the power button of the remote

Just tested here with Minix A2 Lite and Minx NEO T5, working without problems on 9.2.2.

My question was more about knowing if he bl301 injection and the IR code MINIX allowed for controlling a non-minix box.

I was just lucky and had the NEO T5 connected what have bl301 injected. Who will deny the wake up by Minix IR code on any box?

ok, then I have an issue with my box, I will investigate and report back. thanks for your help.

Hi, updated to 9.2.2 on my Odroid N2. All working well except I now have this inject BL301 thing running and it leaves a log in my storage directory stating my device is not supported. I have no need for this, everything was working fine before. How can I disable it? Can’t find any controls and if I run inject_bl301 from an ssh session it says my device is not supported, thanks.

No need to run inject_bl301 for N2

I understand that, as I said I have no need for it. I can see it’s running on startup since I see an HK logo on startup (dislike that) and it’s leaving a log. I want to disable it, preferably uninstall it. How can I do that?

When you don’t like then just ignore it and disable any option in config.ini!?

Also you need to disable the service:
systemctl mask update-bl301.service

Then you need to compile your own version and unset this linux config value:

Not sure I understand. So is there a way I can tell it not to run without actually rebuilding the whole thing? Compiling my own version is not something I can do. Thanks.

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