The display drivers for Android are hard coded to show video in HDMI mode at 1920x1080. Other video timings are possible but require you to recompile Android yourself and configure the video timings by hand according to this guide (the guide is for raw DSI because the display on DB410C is implemented using a DSI to HDMI bridge chip):
However before investing time in this I strongly recommend you test with Debian first to make sure there’s no additional problems with this hardware combination. Specifically, Debian uses a different display stack and supports both HDMI and DVI-D out-of-the-box. It should automatically select the native display resolution of the panel.
In fact you don’t even have to complete the installation of the debian image! The installer uses them same display stack as Debian so just attempting board recovery using the SD card method is sufficient (if you can see the installer then the hardware is OK together, no need to actually press the install button if you don’t want to):
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