CEC issues are not easy to find and currently I have no time to even start working on one. Most of the time it also depends on the TV, which of course is not the same as my own. With bisection (tutorial above) you'll find exact commit which is responsible for the issue. This is time consuming due to image building and testing but more or less only hope.
Hi, this is the result:
4f456fe66851136b68ea7f203f1c842f190f3c5c is the first bad commit commit 4f456fe66851136b68ea7f203f1c842f190f3c5c Author: Jernej Skrabec <[email protected]> Date: Sun Mar 8 08:26:06 2020 +0100 Allwinner: Set ondemand as default cpufreq governor :040000 040000 d1e5297566c3a9e8902df570b4bd0ff86072cb2c 8b3cd12ce2553ef78aa16e8b8a933326b052c1cf M projects
Do you have any suggestion for the next step?