Hello, I have a problem with Nboot being stuck on the "Please select action" screen when using Tera Term and pressing 's' while powering on.
If I'm quick enough, I can "start" the action (provided I started by pressing 's', then 'd'/ 'E'/'B'), but the device works only for a fraction of a second and then stops responding.
no Bootloader found, flash is empty
F&S Nand Loader VN38 built Jul 15 2019 11:20:28
efusA9X Rev. 1.30
iMX 6SoloX Extended Commercial 1000MHz Rev 1.4 running at 792MHz
RAM: 512MB (2*2GBit)
FLASH: 512MB (MICRON MT29F4G08ABADAH4)
Config jumpers: 1101_0011_1101
Board features: LAN1 WLAN
Serial number: not set
Current boot mode: Boot From Fuses
Configured boot device: NAND Flash
Booted from NAND page 0
Please select action
'd' -> Serial download of bootloader
'E' -> Erase flash
'B' -> Show bad blocks
Use NetDCUUsbLoader for USB download
This is what I've done until the Nboot stuck:
I booted to Nboot and flashed U-boot using Tera Term (ended with sucess and a checksum), then immediately wrote commands:
setenv installcheck ram@80300000,mmc,usb,tftp
setenv updatecheck mmc,usb,tftp
After the "updatecheck" command, the device responded with something like "setenv command not existing" (cannot remember exactly) and refused to respond.
Then I tried to load U-boot again and while it seemed it was loading, cursor ended stuck on the line "NAND: " (there was no value).
So I went to Nboot and tried to reflash U-boot but all I got was the behavior described at the beggining.
Is the Nboot broken ? How to fix it?
Thanks for help