Error formatting Memory Card
#1
I am using a 8GB memory card and the PhoenixCard software as suggested and I am trying to use the most recent build of Lollipop that was posted and I am getting an error.  Any help or suggestions.  I am trying to boot up my board to test it out since I received it yesterday in a banged up box.


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#2
(03-16-2016, 04:21 PM)Astondb5 Wrote: I am using a 8GB memory card and the PhoenixCard software as suggested and I am trying to use the most recent build of Lollipop that was posted and I am getting an error.  Any help or suggestions.  I am trying to boot up my board to test it out since I received it yesterday in a banged up box.

If you have additional PC or notebook, you can try on different PC and check whether able to burn successfully.
#3
(03-16-2016, 04:21 PM)Astondb5 Wrote: I am using a 8GB memory card and the PhoenixCard software as suggested and I am trying to use the most recent build of Lollipop that was posted and I am getting an error.  Any help or suggestions.  I am trying to boot up my board to test it out since I received it yesterday in a banged up box.

You can also try fully formatting the card first before burning the OS. 

(https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/formatter_4/)
#4
I resolved it by formatting the card with the Linux image and then I went back and reformatted with the Android image and it successfully burned. About to try and boot it up now. Smile
#5
(03-16-2016, 10:20 PM)Astondb5 Wrote: I resolved it by formatting the card with the Linux image and then I went back and reformatted with the Android image and it successfully burned.  About to try and boot it up now. Smile

Kind of interesting method, learn a new trick today :-)
#6
(03-16-2016, 10:20 PM)Astondb5 Wrote: I resolved it by formatting the card with the Linux image and then I went back and reformatted with the Android image and it successfully burned.  About to try and boot it up now. Smile

Did you use PhoenixCard to burn the Linux image?
#7
No I used the Win32diskimager that is suggested with the Linux image
#8
(03-17-2016, 07:12 AM)Astondb5 Wrote: No I used the Win32diskimager that is suggested with the Linux image

Ok, thanks.
#9
No problem, I was able to boot into the Android desktop last night successfully. Now just to solve my overscan issues I'm having.
#10
(03-17-2016, 07:26 AM)Astondb5 Wrote: No problem, I was able to boot into the Android desktop last night successfully.  Now just to solve my overscan issues I'm having.

No able to abjust over scan issue have been reported but not yet fixed. This cause by new release HDMI driver and needs sometimes to resolved, will not be resolved on coming release but should be resolved on release after that.


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