Hi Portisch. To be clear, I have never copied COREELEC and STORAGE partions from one SD card to another. The new install I tried was burnt to the SD card using etcher from the CoreELEC .img.gz file. The most I’ve done is to subsequently copy SYSTEM, KERNEL and dtb.img files to the SD card in an attempt to get things working.
What I have done, and may have done before, is to restore an image of the entire SD card that was made using the Disks utility in Ubuntu. The restored SD card boots without problem and is of the 9.2.1 stable version. Could this be the reason for the mount flash UUID error? In my simpleton world, I wouldn’t think so but I’d welcome your thoughts on this.
Is there a way to force the GUI (and playback) resolution always to 2160p? The setting is sometimes lost after a reboot and it drops back to 1080p, which is annoying because the 720p stuff I play, is first upscaled to 1080p and then upscaled again by my TV to 2160p.
Anyway, you have something done that the UUID changed. When the message appear on screen there is a small console on screen. Type blkid and write down your UUID. Then move the media to pc and edit your boot.ini and change the UUID.
I have new KM9 with Voice control, but when i use Coreelec I must use my remote I have to keep it straight at the receiver but when I use stock Android i can use my remote at any direction with much more distance
In my, case (S905X2, nightly, dual boot on eMMC), bl301 inject installed i use remote for TV using CEC (box has no built in IR).
Wake up only works using stock remote (Ugoos with external IR with jack plug) but this remote is not user friendly. Unfortunatelly wake up is not working using CEC.
Is it possible to use TV remote via CEC to have wake up working?
I have updated to nightly! I did it by disconnecting my SSD before doing the update, as suggested by Sholander earlier. No idea why stable doesn’t complain but nightly does, but I don’t care. The SSD can be plugged in after the update and connects again on subsequent reboots.