You need a micro-USB cable to do that.
- Connect your cable’s micro-USB side to your AGX Xavier’s micro-USB pin (J501).
- Connect your cable’s other USB side to your host PC (it requires any serial console application installed).
- Open serial console application into the host PC
Into the Host PC
These commands are working for Ubuntu (and should work other debian OS’s (also Jetson devices))
I use GtkTerm as a serial commnication application. If you want to install gtkterm type this:
sudo apt install gtkterm
After USB connected
As you can see that the FTDI connected with “lsusb” command.
Then you can connect your AGX Xavier with:
Finally, set the port and baud rate like that:
Set the Port as “/dev/ttyUSB0” (if you plugged multiple USBs, your device can be different (USB1 etc.))
Yes. To do this, use the same configuration. Your USB cable should plugged in your host AGX Xavier’s any USB-A or USB-C connection.