AM6+ already have its official image so no need to try Vim3.
eMMC install is not been tested on AM6 Plus with the latest Android Firmware cause I feel there is some changes in latest firmware which stops it from boot from emmc.
I have AM6+ running on emmc with the same script but I had Old Android firmware which had come pre-installed. While when I tried the same with AM6B+ It fails to load from emmc but works fine from sdcard. I will have to connect uart and find out what is going on in the backrground.
BTW after you flashed it on emmc. Did you do the following?
Match PARTUUID in /boot/uEnv.ini and /etc/fstab ?
On first reboot enable multi-boot ? which is like pressing hand holding the reset key with Manjaro-SDcard installed. (This is the most important part which gets missed out)
Yes you mentioned here so it is something similar to what I am facing on AM6B+
If both the above was done then we can only tell from bootlogs. I will have to hookup the uart on the board to see whats happening. Maybe in coming days.
Which one? I was not sure which one I’m on, so while restoring stock Android I tried every version and only 0.4.2 worked. Asking that to try downgrading
But that’d require upgrading to latest FW first…
Well latest dev version puts right IDs in both places for root pt
Could you please be more specific here, I’m not sure I understand…
First of all, re-enabling multi-boot means I’m on multi-boot firmware, but I’m not…
Pressing recovery button would just instantly hard-reset/reboot the box, so I’m not sure how to do that on first reboot. I guess first reboot is right after initial setup wizard, so I should probably make a shutdown instead of reboot, power off, pin-press the recovery button, power on while still pressing it, right?
Done, mounted two partitions of emmc, changed PARTUUID of root in uEnv.ini (emmc boot part), and PARTUUIDs for both boot and root in /etc/fstab (emmc root part)
No news, the same black screen with no text at all…
My only guess is install script somehow damages boot loader info or bootloader just can’t find boot partition where it has to be, maybe partition layout has changed on latest firmware. I’m total noob here…
If uboot is not there, how is that supposed to boot from sdcard (which is still ok)?
Just found that latest builds can’t boot from USB OTG drive either (builds with extlinux boot ok), managed to change sdcard links to usb drive root partition and everything works fine, even wifi started to work after updating kernel to 5.16.7-1-MANJARO-ARM-KHADAS