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Won't power on/boot -- kickstarter A64 2GB
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Kickstarter backer, finally getting to playing with my A64+ 2gb

Using the new Etcher image burner on a Transcend 300x 16gb card UHS-1

No matter what image I use (Android, Linux, RemixOS, etc.), won't boot.

Power supply is a 5V 2.5A power supply I use with my Raspberry Pi 3 which works fine

Symptoms:

Red LED works/on when USB power is plugged in
HDMI out makes the monitor turn on, then off because 'no signal is detected', turns back on, turn off no signal -- keeps repeating

I'm unsure if this is power supply, memory card, or simply bunk A64 related.

Any help?
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(09-22-2017, 02:09 PM)fuzzycuffs Wrote: Kickstarter backer, finally getting to playing with my A64+ 2gb

Using the new Etcher image burner on a Transcend 300x 16gb card UHS-1

No matter what image I use (Android, Linux, RemixOS, etc.), won't boot.

Power supply is a 5V 2.5A power supply I use with my Raspberry Pi 3 which works fine

Symptoms:

Red LED works/on when USB power is plugged in
HDMI out makes the monitor turn on, then off because 'no signal is detected', turns back on, turn off no signal -- keeps repeating

I'm unsure if this is power supply, memory card, or simply bunk A64 related.

Any help?
I have the same issue. Did you get this resolved?
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(04-15-2018, 11:13 PM)GaryFunk Wrote:
(09-22-2017, 02:09 PM)fuzzycuffs Wrote: Kickstarter backer, finally getting to playing with my A64+ 2gb

Using the new Etcher image burner on a Transcend 300x 16gb card UHS-1

No matter what image I use (Android, Linux, RemixOS, etc.), won't boot.

Power supply is a 5V 2.5A power supply I use with my Raspberry Pi 3 which works fine

Symptoms:

Red LED works/on when USB power is plugged in
HDMI out makes the monitor turn on, then off because 'no signal is detected', turns back on, turn off no signal -- keeps repeating

I'm unsure if this is power supply, memory card, or simply bunk A64 related.

Any help?
I have the same issue.  Did you get this resolved?
in general, mostly due to power supply (make sure is 5V 2A, don't use smartphone charger) and microSD card preparation.

Please review the wiki NOOB section: http://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/NOOB
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