No USB connection - phone not seen!
#21
Ok, latest update to PMOS seems to have helped this issue. If plugged into a USB 2.0 port it is now detected during boot / reboot. Still won't work if plugged into a 3.0 or 3.1gen2 port, it appears very briefly then you only get to charge.
#22
(09-03-2020, 12:18 PM)plainenough Wrote:
(09-03-2020, 09:46 AM)--- Wrote: @plainenough - got a decent cable (https://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/usb-cables/1765702/) but no change.

(snip)
I do not suggest you do this unless you are comfortable with the flashing process. Even so, it would certainly be a great idea to FLASH A SDCARD NOT THE PHONE eMMC.(snip)

Is there any reason to not just use boot to jumpdrive on a SD and restore an .img whe we want to install to EMMC?
Is there any history of hosed bootloaders?
If not t is not like these phones end up brickworthy when the bootloader always prefers to boot form the SD card so once we have an everyday install and maybe a backup on SD we can also easily experiment with the new release or our own hacks.
It is nice that so far the pinephone feels more like installing to a laptop or perhaps bootable flash drive than what we have come to call flashing a phone or device.
#23
(10-24-2020, 11:02 AM)biketool Wrote:
(09-03-2020, 12:18 PM)plainenough Wrote:
(09-03-2020, 09:46 AM)--- Wrote: @plainenough - got a decent cable (https://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/usb-cables/1765702/) but no change.

(snip)
I do not suggest you do this unless you are comfortable with the flashing process. Even so, it would certainly be a great idea to FLASH A SDCARD NOT THE PHONE eMMC.(snip)

Is there any reason to not just use boot to jumpdrive on a SD and restore an .img whe we want to install to EMMC?
Is there any history of hosed bootloaders?
If not t is not like these phones end up brickworthy when the bootloader always prefers to boot form the SD card so once we have an everyday install and maybe a backup on SD we can also easily experiment with the new release or our own hacks.
It is nice that so far the pinephone feels more like installing to a laptop or perhaps bootable flash drive than what we have come to call flashing a phone or device.

To try and hit these in order.

1. I didn't want to offer a solution that could cause data loss, or an issue with the preinstalled software, I don't know anyone's level of comfort in the Linux world.
2. There are not any recorded issues of boot loader troubles that I am aware of, more of a possible suggestion than anything else. If anything goes wrong on my device, I flash it and start over. Although I was referencing a bootloader on the block device not the mainboard.

100% agree, also flashing, upgrading, backing up and initial booting appear to be faster and easier on the pinephone. Simple DD to a file and we have it all.
#24
I'm having a similar issue, but in my case I have even bluetooth and wifi disabled along with usb.

[  27.743366] modem-power serial1-0: QCFG 'wakeupin/level' is '0'
[  27.755288] modem-power serial1-0: QCFG 'ApRstLevel' is '1' (changing to '0')
[  27.779290] modem-power serial1-0: QCFG 'ModemRstLevel' is '0'
[  27.791309] modem-power serial1-0: QCFG 'apready' is '0,0,500'
[  27.803274] modem-power serial1-0: QCFG 'airplanecontrol' is '1,0'
[  27.815301] modem-power serial1-0: AT command 'AT+QCFG="fast/poweroff"' returned ERROR
[  27.839310] modem-power serial1-0: powered up in 18476 ms
[  31.715157] vbat-wifi: disabling
[  31.715197] avdd-csi: disabling
[  31.715260] usb-5v: disabling

Anyone here found a solution as to why it is disabling and how it can be enabled? Thanks
#25
(10-24-2020, 09:42 AM)jmorris Wrote: Ok, latest update to PMOS seems to have helped this issue.  If plugged into a USB 2.0 port it is now detected during boot / reboot.  Still won't work if plugged into a 3.0 or 3.1gen2 port, it appears very briefly then you only get to charge.
That's good news - I had to 'drop' my Pinephone for a while. Yes, mine connects too now. I just replaced the USB and Mother Board (3GB) which also connects fine on USB2 but nothing on USB3.

The wiki instructs "After swapping the mainboard the ANX chip has to be flashed for full USB functionality"
Download the latest ANX firmware image on the phone: wget https://xff.cz/git/linux-firmware/plain/anx7688-fw.bin
Execute as root ("sudo su") on the phone:
cp anx7688-fw.bin /lib/firmware/
echo 1 > /sys/class/typec/port0/device/flash_eeprom

ash: write error: Operation timed out - Not sure if this is an issue?


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