Nvidia can I get some help please.
Whilst tinkering with my Tegra Note 7 (TN7) to learn about developing I saved one of the configuration files on the device with a typo. The unit now will not completely boot. It must be failing on driver initiation. The problem is the boot doesn’t get to a stage to enable the ADB service, and considering my TN7 was early release with a plain jane boot partition without any button sequence to strap into recovery, I’m stuck with a software bricked Tegra Note 7. Now one would think I could get nvflash and format the APP/system partition and force the unit to boot into recovery, but no, nvflash simply does not want to act correctly with the Tegra Note 7.
Can a Nvidia software technician make a utility to force a device into recovery mode by means of nvflash apx mode, or release a proper working nvflash executable, or tell us what is going wrong?
I’ve tried various combinations, like using partition numbers instead of ‘APP’ descriptor, and various boot.img.
$ sudo nvflash --format_partition APP --bl boot.img --go [sudo] password for default: Nvflash 3.08.1700 started chip uid from BR is: 0x600000015c4192010c0000000ffe0400
Nothing happens. I pull the usb and;
^[[A^[[Busb read error (108): Cannot send after transport endpoint shutdown miniloader download failed (response read failed) rcm version 0X0
$300 software bricked Nvidia Tegra Note 7 sitting here for a month, and currently ZERO help from NVidia.