Installed latest CoreElec (9.2.0 Linux ARM 64-bit version 4.9.190 aarch64) on my shiny new N2 and it booted up with no issues but for some reason I’m getting a huge amount of very high speed phantom keypresses which renders the UI unuseable. This occurs even without a keyboard plugged in. I’ve taken the extreme step of removing batteries from any remotes in the vicinity just in case it’s something odd but the issue persists.
I’ve attached a log file to filebin (due to the large size generated from the keypresses) and it can be viewed at https://filebin.net/pxov29vft8ayj8nl/kodi.log?t=vgzgj9ji Basically looking for ProcessKey will take you to the relevant log lines.
No idea what’s causing this so pointers appreciated.
EDIT: Looking at dmesg the problem is coming from the adc_keypad whatever that is.
[ 1.806780@2] input: adc_keypad as /devices/platform/adc_keypad/input/input2
[ 1.963839@2] input input2: key 28 down
[ 2.027820@2] input input2: key 28 up
Full dmesg log uploaded to http://ix.io/1WvR