After AGX Orin enters the recovery mode, the USB APX driver is incorrectly identified

After AGX Orin enters the recovery mode, the USB APX driver is incorrectly identified

  • windows Device Manager is displayed as follows:

As a result, the PC cannot connect to AGX Orin and cannot brush the machine. How should this be solved

You cannot flash with Windows. Most VMs will also not work correctly unless they have USB properly configured (there is no support for that, you’d have to ask the VM support). Additionally, even if you get WSL2 working, the flash will fail when it gets to the point of needing loopback (I’m told it is possible to add loopback support, but it seems to not be trivial). I recommend a native Ubuntu 20.04 host PC (e.g., dual boot).

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Please set up a host PC in Ubuntu20.04 as linuxdev suggests. And install SDKManager on the host:

I have installed Ubuntu 20.04 pc now,
but is still not working
( jetson-agx-orin-devkit mmcblk0p1)

Does the trajectory have to be brushed using sdkmanager?????

error log:
gzip: …/kernel/Image: not in gzip format

  • To tell the truth, brush machine too inhuman words, change every day

You may try to run flash command manually. Please check if you have the image downloaded in


And refer to this section:
Flashing Support — Jetson Linux Developer Guide documentation

Incidentally, you can tell sdkmanager to download, but not actually flash anything. This would create the environment correctly under:

Once that is done the command line flash using should work. If you did not do this for download, and instead downloaded manually, then it is possible the flash command failed due to not having “Linux_for_Tegra/rootfs/” set up correctly (setting this up is one thing sdkmanager does for you; if you download manually, then there are extra steps).

Also, wherever you unpack this, the filesystem must be ext4.

sdkmanager sometimes doesn’t open at all, but I have flash ok;

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