I just received my DragonBoard 410C (packaged as an IoT kit for Amazon AWS) from Arrow. Connected keyboard/mouse/HDMI then power and it booted straight into Linaro-alip 4.2.4 (Dated Jan 8 2016). Aside from a very faint split-second blue flash of the ‘BT’ LED (nothing from the WiFi LED) at initial application of power to the board neither LED ever comes on. The other four status LEDs seem to function as they should. Should the BT and WiFI LEDs be showing activity? WiFi and Bluetooth work just fine once booted up although I noticed that after connecting to my WiFi LAN the Bluetooth is always turned-off upon startup into Linaro, but I can manually toggle it. The very first time I booted the board Bluetooth was enabled without me having to do anything at all. I’m not sure if that behavior is by design or not.
It looks like there have been quite a few updates to the Linaro image since Jan 8 and that I probably need to upgrade, but I thought I’d ask the above questions before I started throwing new images at the board. Other than some innocuous looking XML error that I have to click past every time I boot and the Bluetooth being turned-off at boot (and wondering if the BT and WiFi LEDs should be showing activity) the board itself seems to be functioning just fine. Haven’t tried to SSH to it, but I’m guessing that won’t work on the 4.2.4 Linaro-alip release based on some reading I’ve been doing on the forums here.
Thanks for your time.