It’s for final testing at the factory before shipping the device. They run this as a burn-in test for at least a day to ensure nothing fails early then if it’s all okay after the test period it’s put in a box and shipped out.
@kenny I hope my request is complaint with the khadas standards, but can you make that test program available for people to verify that their hardware is ok ?
we have faced a lot of problems in current times with many members asking if their hardware is dead, or facing poblems with USB ports, HDMI port etc. I thing it is a very useful Hardware diagnostic tool…
That would be a different situation,
this could be useful when the person is, in say Ubuntu 5.5 rc2 for example, and the USB ports or the TF slot does not work, this can be utilized to check hardware integrity…
perhaps the program can be modified to work on Linux as well,
maybe even a part of Krescue !, we have dealt with many problems related to ports not working etc. this could ease the diagnostic procedure for everyone