Uses for SPI Flash
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no, you got it wrong. in that scenario, SD card will be probed.
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#32
(10-08-2019, 02:45 PM)enip Wrote:
(10-08-2019, 01:34 PM)ayufan Wrote: If you use my images there's already a script that allows you to use SPI Flash.

The functionality of uboot are kind of limited (no PCIE support), but it should be enough to play with:
- rock64_write_spi_flash.sh
- rock64_erase_spi_flash.sh

It works for rock64/rockpro64/pinebook-pro.

I hope that I adapt that soon to support also NVME drives, so it would actually make a difference.

What is the easiest/correct way to unbrick PBP in case of messed spi flash content?

(10-09-2019, 11:35 AM)z4v4l Wrote: no, you got it wrong. in that scenario, SD card will be probed.

Ah thanks for the correction! So we will always be able to recover from a nuked device with a compatible OS image on an SD card, that's great!
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(10-10-2019, 04:48 AM)tsago Wrote: Ah thanks for the correction! So we will always be able to recover from a nuked device with a compatible OS image on an SD card, that's great!

I think you've got it wrong. z4v4l did respond to your message, not mine.

The case I'm interested in is not a wiped SPI, but a messed one: it has a correct header or something which the BROM check for a bootable device, but the rest is a mess. So the BROM surely boots into SPI.
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