[S905] Device trees


  • Hi, do you know if these device trees were added to the 7.0.2.007 Almost there build? as a generic device tree? or can these be renamed and used with the build?


  • edit4ever Can you test this device tree: gxbb_p200_2G_m8s+_k3_pro.dtb


    It can be used with 7.0.2.007 or any of the dev builds. What I changed are power_on_pin and interrput_pin bumped by 4 according to your suggestion in the other thread.


    OK - Strangely that worked! I tried doing the same thing on my end but it didn't work. I'll have to compare files to see what I was doing wrong on my test version. I'm still learning!


    Thank you!


    P.S. If you add that to your device trees - I'm not sure what the right name for it is. k2pro_gig_update.dtb ??

  • kszaq - Thank you again for providing the updated dtb for my KII Pro...


    I have a question I'm hoping someone can answer. When I dumped my rom and extracted the boot.img and then the dtb file...it seemed like it was the same as the original M8S+4k file (wrong wifi info) which of course didn't work for me. What I realized during testing was the "misc" part of the nand was impacting the boot and changing dtb info.


    So the question is - is there a way to convert the info in the misc block to see what device tree settings it is adjusting? I have dumped the data to a misc.img file...but I'm not sure how to extract the data from it. With the boot.img file I was able to extract the device tree using splitbootimg.pl -- is there something similar for the misc block of data??


    Thanks for any info - I'm hoping to dig down to get my ATSC tuners working in LE and want to understand what is happening in the android boot/device tree.

  • Hello Kszaq,


    First off all many thanks for the great work off You! :)


    Here are dtb.img for Q-Box amlogic s905, version 2GB/8GB and version 2GB/16GB, I do think there must be some difference between the two off them.


    regards, Jefken.

    Images

    Files

    • dtb.img2_8.zip

      (8.36 kB, downloaded 91 times, last: )
    • dtb2_16.img.zip

      (8.36 kB, downloaded 126 times, last: )

    Raspberry Pi2 LibreELEC Milhouse nightly builds

    Q-Box 2G/8G and Q-Box 2G/16G LibreELEC 8.2 kszaq 's
    NexBox A95x balbes150 Armbian_5.32_S9xxx_Debian_jessie_3.14.29_server_20170907 with tvheadend and OScam.
    Digibit R1 Sat>IP server. (80 cm. dish with disecq 4/2 (28.2E, 23.5E, 13.0E, 19.2E) and fixed 90 cm. dish at 30.0W)

    4 x TP-LINK TL-PA411

  • Hello all,


    I buy Beelink MiniMX III. It will arrive next week. Before broke something, need I backup something?


    Or installing by SD could be safe?


    Thanks and regards.


  • Working SD Card LE first. If that works you can SSH execute installtointernal command to install to Nand.
    I think kszaq might do away with .zip to install to nand and we will all use above method.

  • Working SD Card LE first. If that works you can SSH execute installtointernal command to install to Nand.
    I think kszaq might do away with .zip to install to nand and we will all use above method.


    Thanks!


    I install to internal and it works really well.


    Best regards.

  • Hi,


    here is the original dtb.img for Ferguson Ariva 4K Combo


    Full firmware can be downloaded from here: h**p://www.ferguson-digital.eu/en/download/


    Thanks

    Files

    • dtb.zip

      (9.77 kB, downloaded 87 times, last: )
  • Hi guys,


    Can you tell me, which device tree is the correct one for a
    Otterbox Nexbox MXQ Pro 4K?


    Thanks, mates.

  • Hello,


    I got this device: Transpeed S905 2G/8G - p201


    I have load the corresponding dtb file from kszaq repository but RAM size is not correctly recognized (815MB instead of 2GB), LAN is @100Mbps instead of 1Gbps.


    The dtb file from the OTA zip file provided by the dealer make the device freeze on boot.


    Is there a way to extract the dtb file directly from the device of from the IMG firmware file?


    Thanks!


  • I got this device (Transpeed S905 2G/8G - p201):


    Remove the link to the seller. No links to sellers.

  • Maybe is the same dtb of others devices, but I can't determine that. If anyone can be interested into, I've got a brand new S905X device labelled "T95X" (2G RAM / 8G NAND).
    It works great with LE (only Bluetooth isn't recognized)
    Hope this dtb helps.


    giuliano

    Files

  • hey guys :)
    New to LibreElec - usually use KodiBuntu.


    Anyway, I have a x96 (S905x) TV box. (link removed)


    I have 2gb ram and 16gb storage.


    I tried this device tree:gxl_p212_2g.dtb


    However, I am having trouble booting.


    I don't have a reset button (or a pinhole) or any actual buttons on the box itself; only the remote, so I'm yet to figure out how to boot properly.


    I used the LE tool to extract the image onto a USB drive.
    I have tried both USB ports on the tv box.


    I might be able to try recovery method (varient 2), as I do have an update app on the box, but when I openned that, nothing was found on the usb drive?


    If I were to just install LE to the box itself internal memory, how is the best way to take a backup of the current system (android 6.0)?


    Out of interest, do most people install LE on the internal drive, or do you run it from a USB drive or memory card?


    Thanks for your help!

    Edited once, last by cptchezza ().

  • Insert thick paperclip or small tool in AV jack and see if you can feel reset button at the bottom.


  • Anyway, I have a x96 (S905x) TV box fleabay.com.au/itm/262711771966?...EBIDX%3AIT


    Remove that link to Pirate Kodi Seller or any seller. Forum rules.
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    Insert thick paperclip or small tool in AV jack and see if you can feel reset button at the bottom.


    You should not use a conductive tool to insert into electrical products.
    A toothpick is the easiest and safest.

    Edited once, last by kostaman ().

  • Remove that link to Pirate Kodi Seller or any seller. Forum rules.
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    You should not use a conductive tool to insert into electrical products.
    A toothpick is the easiest and safest.



    Removed; sorry about that. Hadn't read the rules *slaps wrist*


    Okay, i'll give a toothpick a go.