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by Freimaks » Thu Nov 22, 2018 10:20 pm

Hi!

The new version of Debian does not support USB OTG.

If we update the computer to this version, then we can later flash it Android?
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by raphaelchenouard » Tue Nov 27, 2018 2:45 am

Hi,

I don't see any link on TechWeb to debian img. There is only android bsp. Have you a link to share please?
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by Freimaks » Tue Nov 27, 2018 2:53 am

raphaelchenouard wrote:Hi,

I don't see any link on TechWeb to debian img. There is only android bsp. Have you a link to share please?


Write to technical support. Previously, the link to the distribution was in the Software section. Now it seems to give after the email.

But there is a problem with usb otg. Technical support does not answer the question of whether it will then be possible to flash another version (debian or android). They said to write a question here. But the forum also no one answered this question.
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by raphaelchenouard » Tue Nov 27, 2018 2:56 am

Thanks for your quick reply, I will ask them a link. USB OTG have no interest for me.
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by Freimaks » Mon Dec 03, 2018 11:52 pm

I will answer my own question.

For firmware, you can use IFC66XX_qdl_USB_recovery_package_880600_V1.0 (can be downloaded from the software page).

And some information about the new version of Debian:
I do not recommend installing it. It contains a lot of errors and conflicts with the hardware.
It is not clear why Debian 10 is used, if now there is an absolutely stable version 9.
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