root@kevin-jenkins:~# aml-burn-tool -b VIM3 -i /mnt/VIM3_Ubuntu-xfce-bionic_Linux-4.9_arm64_EMMC_V20190813.img
Burning image ‘/mnt/VIM3_Ubuntu-xfce-bionic_Linux-4.9_arm64_EMMC_V20190813.img’ for ‘VIM3’ to eMMC…
Rebooting the board …[OK]
Unpacking image [OK]
Initializing ddr …[OK]
Running u-boot …[OK]
Create partitions [OK]
Writing device tree [OK]
Writing bootloader [OK]
Wiping data partition [OK]
Wiping cache partition [OK]
Writing logo partition [OK]
Writing rootfs partition [KO]
No error…do not know why…
Can you try AMl-Burn tool for windoz and see if it works fine ?
Try the latest burn tool from Khadas site
I think linux tools is not updated for vim3 latest firmwares.
@kevinz Can you try again ? the linux tool sometimes reports errors . Not very stable .
@Spikerguy It can update for vim3 lastest firmware , I have test it just now .
Thanks for reply. @Spikerguy @Frank
I 've retried several time but failed.
I run the linux tools on a vm. I wonder do you have Mac support for burning tools? I do not have windows computer for a loooong time
@kevinz If you use VIM , you must make sure to connect to the VM all the way and not disconnect .
Our tool is from the chip manufacturer. If the chip manufacturer supports Mac, we will update it .
And I think you have other ways to solve it .
- make a windows VM.
- Use Krescure .