I have a TX2i that I am trying to get working on a custom carrier board, however before the system can finish booting, I get the following message: “Power Button Long Press Detected” followed by the message “entering fast boot mode…”. After this happens, there are a few more messages, and then the module stops booting. Currently, on my custom carrier board, the POWER_BTN pin of the carrier board is floating so that the TX2i will power up as soon as power is applied.
When I put a TX2 module on the same custom carrier board, I do not have this issue. There is no “Power Button Long Press detected” message. Based on the Jetson_TX2_TX2i_Interface_Comparison_and_Migration pdf, I was under the impression that I could simply leave the POWER_BTN pin floating on the carrier board in order to auto-boot the TX2i, however if there is another way that I need to turn on the module, please let me know.
I have attached two console boot logs. One is for a TX2 on my custom carrier board (which successfully boots into Ubuntu), and the other is for a TX2i on my custom carrier board (which never finishes booting).
Any help would be greatly appreciated!