Brillo on dragonboard 410c


#1

Hi Everyone,

I try to build and flash Brillo to DragonBoard 410c but I can see anything.
Does DragonBoard has console port? or should I see the GUI after flash the Brillo?

Thank you


#2

The console on the Drabonboard 410c is typically found on the LS connector. There are two serial ports here, LS-UART0 and LS-UART1, and for most images the console is found on LS-UART1. These UARTs use 1.8v TTL signalling so they typically require an adapter board of some kind. For convenience I’d recommend the 96Boards UART board (https://www.96boards.org/products/mezzanine/uarts/ ) which is cheap and easy to use.

Having said all of that I’m afraid I have not tried the Brillo image on Dragonboard 410c so I cannot 100% confirm that the console will be present on LS-UART1. However it is what I would expect because I have seen other Brillo devices that do have console (and also that no HDMI socket).


#3

I’m also facing the same issue.
Currently i’m using “adb” commands with the help of OTG.

Also trying to find if there is a way to get the console for Brillo.


#4

@Ashish @JFC

Please visit https://codelabs.developers.google.com/codelabs/brillo-hello-leds/#0 for further instructions. Please make sure you have requested an invite on the main Brillo page (https://developers.google.com/brillo/), and have been granted access.

I hope this helps!

-Robert W.


#5

Was anyone successful flashing the Board?
I’m stuck to get the board into the fastboot mode :frowning:

Is there maybe an Micro-SD-Card image to flash the board the same way like with and Android image?