Tencent Aurora 4 Pro

copy dovi.ko file to /storage

Thank you, I have resolved it and found a dovi.ko file to place in the root directory of the USB drive. Thank you very much. Without your guidance, I don’t know how to handle it.

I tested CoreELEC22 version of NE yesterday and there were no issues with Coreelec21 during use. Thank you very much and I look forward to the official version of 22.

Yesterday, I ran the CoreELEC21 version of the NE Night Edition and used Blu ray navigation to play movies. Some ISO formatted Blu ray discs showed a splash screen at the beginning of the movie. I don’t know if I can fix it. In addition, after memory playback, there is a problem of not being able to switch tracks. Both the NE 21 and NE 22 Night editions are still available. As of the latest firmware testing, the splash screen phenomenon has not appeared. The previously reported issue of not being able to switch tracks during memory playback has not been resolved. Could you please also process the ugoos x4 dtb file? Yesterday’s online upgrade still required typing a few commands to use WiFi and Bluetooth. Could you please help @vpeter .

To add, there is a frame drop phenomenon.

So the only diff is that PCIE status is set to OK?
Then Wifi and BT is working on Aurora 4?

Hello, the issue you mentioned has been resolved. I just have nothing to do. I played with a few friends and they tested the ugoos x4 dtb. So far, it has perfectly solved the previous problem. The only difference is that you need to upgrade every time and type a few commands before you can use the wifi and Bluetooth functions. The g1 dtb you recommended before does not support gigabit network cards and the LED indicator light does not display. The command after each update is as follows:

CoreELEC:~ # mount -o rw,remount /flash
CoreELEC:~ # fdtput -t s /flash/dtb.img /soc/pcie@f5000000 status okay 
CoreELEC:~ # sync 
CoreELEC:~ # reboot

Could you please provide a separate DTB that can be adapted to Tencent Aurora 4Pro? Thank you.

gpioleds {
                compatible = "gpio-leds";
                status = "okay";

                net_red {
                        label = "net_red";
                        gpios = <0x1b 0x25 0x00>;
                        linux,default-trigger = "default-on";

                net_blue {
                        label = "net_blue";
                        gpios = <0x1b 0x26 0x00>;
                        linux,default-trigger = "default-on";

How to make it look like a breathing light, with the effect of turning it on and off.