I’m trying to reflash a TX1 that has previously been successfully flashed numerous times, but now it won’t boot into recovery mode. The board still boots into ubuntu, accessible via eth0.
Before I noticed the recovery mode issue, I was trying to setup a wifi access point following these instructions: https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/topic/910608/?comment=4893879, however I couldn’t get the AP to function. WHile trying to get the access point working, wlan0 stopped working, and is no longer detected by the kernel during boot up as shown by the following dmesg output.
~$ dmesg |grep wlan
[ 0.159335] Removing Prop nvidia,pmc-wakeup from target /bcmdhd_wlan
[ 0.218983] GPIO line 58 (wlan-default-input-h2) hogged as input
[ 0.219032] GPIO line 65 (wlan-default-input-i1) hogged as input
[ 0.219077] GPIO line 56 (wlan-default-output-high-h0) hogged as output/high
[ 0.219126] GPIO line 64 (wlan-default-output-high-i0) hogged as output/high
I had decided to reflash to Jetpack 3.1 and start fresh to get the access point working, but after failing to get the board into recovery mode after a few dozen attempts, I’m not sure what to try next? I already tried redownloading and installing Jetpack fresh from the .run file, and tried flashing from both my laptop and desktop that have previously flashed jetson boards without issue.