ok, debug log is here
ok, debug log is here
All logs look like
ceemmc wasn’t run.
Please try again by
ceemmc -vx and post the debug output and post also dmesg after first reboot.
There is nothing installed:
[ 1.045147@1] meson-mmc: [mmcblk0p01] bootloader offset 0x000000000000, size 0x000000400000 [ 1.045337@1] meson-mmc: [mmcblk0p02] reserved offset 0x000002400000, size 0x000004000000 [ 1.045467@1] meson-mmc: [mmcblk0p03] cache offset 0x000006c00000, size 0x000046000000 [ 1.045592@1] meson-mmc: [mmcblk0p04] env offset 0x00004d400000, size 0x000000800000 [ 1.045784@1] meson-mmc: [mmcblk0p05] logo offset 0x00004e400000, size 0x000000800000 [ 1.045935@1] meson-mmc: [mmcblk0p06] recovery offset 0x00004f400000, size 0x000001800000 [ 1.046076@1] meson-mmc: [mmcblk0p07] misc offset 0x000051400000, size 0x000000800000 [ 1.046222@1] meson-mmc: [mmcblk0p08] dtbo offset 0x000052400000, size 0x000000800000 [ 1.046372@1] meson-mmc: [mmcblk0p09] cri_data offset 0x000053400000, size 0x000000800000 [ 1.046504@1] meson-mmc: [mmcblk0p10] param offset 0x000054400000, size 0x000001000000 [ 1.046658@1] meson-mmc: [mmcblk0p11] boot offset 0x000055c00000, size 0x000001000000 [ 1.046792@1] meson-mmc: [mmcblk0p12] rsv offset 0x000057400000, size 0x000001000000 [ 1.047042@1] meson-mmc: [mmcblk0p13] metadata offset 0x000058c00000, size 0x000001000000 [ 1.047179@1] meson-mmc: [mmcblk0p14] vbmeta offset 0x00005a400000, size 0x000000200000 [ 1.047347@1] meson-mmc: [mmcblk0p15] tee offset 0x00005ae00000, size 0x000002000000 [ 1.047489@1] meson-mmc: [mmcblk0p16] vendor offset 0x00005d600000, size 0x000010000000 [ 1.047630@1] meson-mmc: [mmcblk0p17] odm offset 0x00006de00000, size 0x000008000000 [ 1.047784@1] meson-mmc: [mmcblk0p18] system offset 0x000076600000, size 0x000060000000 [ 1.047933@1] meson-mmc: [mmcblk0p19] product offset 0x0000d6e00000, size 0x000008000000 [ 1.048068@1] meson-mmc: [mmcblk0p20] data offset 0x0000df600000, size 0x000668600000
There are no partitions created. Maybe you run
ceemmc -vx wrong or something else is not supported on your device.
When it’s gone after the first reboot something happen in bootloader. This only can be debugged by UART. Open the box and find the UART pin header or go with the SDIO UART adapter if you want to continue debugging.
ok, thanks for help… so its end for me, cause I have zero knowledge about UART etc… so forever booting from usb is my only option it seems… is there a way to find out, if bootloader is locked? mb it can be cause of this?
I don’t know what is going on without a UART log. The system get modified for internal eMMC but the changes are removed on reboot. As there is no error on install it is working but the bootloader remove it. Maybe the partition table is hard coded in the bootloader and so there it will never be possible to use the eMMC. Best is to recover the device with an Android image to be sure every modification done by ceemmc get removed before you continue using this device.
Can you take a backup of your build using SD card boot.
Copy it offline
Then flash a fresh SD Card with no added addons just vanilla stock.
Then try running ceemmc .
did that and now I cant even get to android anymore only black screen
debug log after installation http://ix.io/2xEF
I still can boot to my usb for now
any suggestions what to do now?
You need to Flash Factory Android.
I did look yesterday for the firmware using the name of your box but can only find the official site for Evolveo in CZ and nothing else.
I already contacted evolveo, but they will not provide android img for me… so thats it
You might have to flash another firmware that has the same hardware specs.
any suggestion which one? this one have s905x3 100Mbit lan
Be sure to be able to “short” the eMMC if it does not boot anymore…
The vendor need to supply a image. How anyone will be able to recover the device without image?
yes, thats the one… they told me, that they have the image, but only for service purpose and they will not provide it to me.
Then send it back and they should recover it. But if this is the only way I would return the box and choose another one where also a image is provided.
To be honest, get one CE supported box as €112 is very expensive for such S905X3 device.
There are a lot of S905X3 4gb boxes with 100 ethernet .
Your box is not eactly high spec.
You will have to go over to Freaktab Forum and see if you can find a rom to try.
Or just tell them their piece of sh#t wont boot and make a warranty claim.
I see thy charge a premium to buy that thing with 2 years warranty.