Dragonboard 410c display

I am bringing up my dragonboard 410c for the first time. I don’t see anything on my display.

I know Android normally interfaces with a touchscreen. If my display is not a touchscreen, will it not recognize it? Do I have to boot Ubuntu instead?

All I seen my display is “Out of Range 67.5khz / 30 hz.”

Booting with a touchscreen device is not required, this probably means the kernel that is part of the image that you flashed is having issues with your monitor.

Can you give more information about the image used, and if it works any better with Ubuntu or Debian?

The Android image that I was using was the one that came with the board. I have successfully installed the Debian image and my initial tests are good.

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