Write to an A1-rated Micro SD card failed
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It is weird, I agree.  As far as I know, A2-rated cards still work without enabling their additional features, albeit not at their maximum IOPS rate.  In my case, two A1-rated cards pretty much do not work as expected, which is weird.

I am running version 5.11.3 of the Linux kernel, which is the latest version in Manjaro ARM.  My intentions are to try running my A1-rated cards at a lower speed, with an additional delay prior to the card detection, etc.  If that doesn't help, I'll go through the differences between the Linux kernel drivers in the BSP and in the mainline.  I'll post the results, of course.
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RE: Write to an A1-rated Micro SD card failed - by dsimic - 03-16-2021, 08:21 AM

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