Odroid android code is building properly and not booting

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Odroid android code is building properly and not booting

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I am getting error attached in image.

I am new to odroid. I compiled official odroid m1 code, flashed, but boot is failed
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IMG_20240704_221217.jpg (488.34 KiB) Viewed 67 times
In code I got compile issue, I disable hotspot and p2p project and I am able to build for android 13

I bought nvme,
Next I bought sd card this is log from sd card

I used hdmi and seen on tv

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Unfortunately, Your message format does not fit android. It looks from petitboot.

So please check your petitboot.

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@tgjerald, the error in the photo is about Petitboot issue that is not related to Android at all. Does the official Android image does not make the same error or can you try to power up your ODROID-M1 after removing all storage/media attached? In case you the problem persist still, Petitboot have to be recovered first for sure.

1. Download the image in the link and flash it to SD card.
https://ppa.linuxfactory.or.kr/images/p ... 415.img.xz
2. Download another file and copy this file to the first partition of the SD card flashed at step 1, but the file name must be spiboot.img.
https://ppa.linuxfactory.or.kr/images/p ... 240109.img
3. Insert the SD card to your ODROID-M1 and power it up, then update/recovery procedure will be started.

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