Orange Pi Lite 2 image doesn't boot

  • Written to several different brands and sizes of SD cards and no booting. Tried the nightly as well. Armbian boots fine though. Anyone with this board managed to get it to boot?

  • minnix I have an Orange pi lite 2 and the beta 2 image works well.

    Libreelec : Raspberry 4, Orange pi lite2, Orange pi PC(and +), Pine H64, Rock64, RockPro64, soon Orange Pi 3 and PC2

    Divers : NVidia Shield Pro, NVidia Shield Tube, N2 and C4

  • Just to be sure, I reinstall from scratch my Lite 2 with beta 2 (9.95.2) image and I confirm that the image works well.


    You probably know but I talk about this image : LibreELEC-H6.arm-9.95.2-orangepi-lite2.img.gz

    Libreelec : Raspberry 4, Orange pi lite2, Orange pi PC(and +), Pine H64, Rock64, RockPro64, soon Orange Pi 3 and PC2

    Divers : NVidia Shield Pro, NVidia Shield Tube, N2 and C4

  • I connected it to a 1080p monitor and it showed up and I was able to configure it. When I connected it back to my 4k LG TV the TV doesn't detect a display signal but I can see the device on my wireless network. So it was probably booting originally but my TV just wasn't seeing the signal, and it still doesn't. Are you connected to a 1080p or 4k display?

  • I am connected to a 4k avr and the avr is connected to a 4k télévisions.

    Libreelec : Raspberry 4, Orange pi lite2, Orange pi PC(and +), Pine H64, Rock64, RockPro64, soon Orange Pi 3 and PC2

    Divers : NVidia Shield Pro, NVidia Shield Tube, N2 and C4

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    I connected it to a 1080p monitor and it showed up and I was able to configure it. When I connected it back to my 4k LG TV the TV doesn't detect a display signal but I can see the device on my wireless network. So it was probably booting originally but my TV just wasn't seeing the signal, and it still doesn't.

    I too have issues with any H6 board and my LG TV in [email protected] mode. Any mode with 297 MHz pixel clock or lower ([email protected] and lower) should work fine. However, my [email protected] monitor works fine. I have yet to find a fix for that. Currently the only workaround is to lower resolution on some other display first, which is then remembered on Kodi.

  • Thanks, that did the trick. I plugged it into a cheap hisense 4k tv and set everything up then shut it down and plugged it into the LG and the tv recognized the device. No problems after that.