Hopefully the OP will not mind if I widen the scope of this thread a little.
I saw a post that referenced "safe mode" and "dd". I have used dd previously with Pi's but I haven't been able to find details of the Omega in Safe Mode.
Now we have SD cards working could someone advise the procedure for cloning our Omega's as I hate the way the upgrades work and I'm confident many users will be wasting lots of time restoring work they have already done.
Molex 503398-1892 is the correct socket, however there are other components that need to be soldered. I counted 5 10k resistors next to the micro sd socket.
2 filter caps under the shield and maybe others.
So soldering the micro-sd socket is not preactical
@WereCatf so basically all of the 3.7V LiPo batteries found here can be used. Surely a low Ah model will last few but will charge faster than a bigger one. My concern is about the charging current available: if I use an high Ah model, my power dock will charge it without overheating?
It's not the capacity that determines the charging-speed, it's the charging-circuit that does. A 500mAh battery will charge at the same speed as a 2000mAh one, so it'll just simply take longer for the bigger battery to get charged full. That is to say, you could safely slap a 20,000mAh battery on it, if you wanted to
@fossette Meh If they just provided links to the files it'd already be enough to get things moving, they can always finish the documentation up when they have time for it. Guess I'll just have to wait...