I gave up on 32bit efi. I began with the spo comm device (as mentioned in my other thread), which resulted in nothing. After that, i discovered that an Pipo x7 which i purchased also only could boot from 32bit efi. This gave me the same problems (there is a beta cherry trail build, but nothing official). The pipo x7 also has the nice feature of overheating and becoming totaly unusuable after some "wrong" bios settings (no clear cmos available, piece of cr*p).
Now i'm running LE on "normal" machines with bios or 64bit efi support, no more weird hardware that only costs money and, in the end, doesnt work.
For anyone who's reading this, if you want to avoid a lot of headaches and frustration, avoid all the cheap "quadcore" boxes as sold with intel cherry trail cpu's, or other devices that have this 32it efi limitation. this included the intel compute stick, Pipo X7 (x7s) , basically everything "to good to be true" (from aliexpress, ebay, dealextreme, etc).
If you want a cheap device with proper LE support, look at the supported hardware list, or if you just want to buy something guaranteed to work (and is cheap), buy a raspberry