@iLikePieTM This http://community.onion.io/topic/1154/omega-2-usb-firmware-install-after-brick-resolved is the easiest way of both upgrading the firmware and resetting the settings simultaneously. It'll fix your issue.
it looks like tat you just can debrick with a network module ...
It's been some time since I've played with my Omegas. I too was having this exact issue. Doing it manually using Lazar's steps solved this problem.
@Jeff-Verive Glad to hear it worked out! Yeah, I've had a few cases of foggy brain these past few days as well!
Can you please add [RESOLVED] to the topic title? Thanks!
@Anthony-Wakefield we were having some SSL issues with the Firmware Site, but we fixed it yesterday.
Please try again and let me know how it goes.
Hi @Josh-Rosenthal, you can actually change the IP address of your Omega to something else to avoid conflict with your router. Just edit /etc/config/network, you should be able to find a block that looks like this:
And all you need to do is to change where it says 192.168.3.1 to something else that plays a bit better with your router.
Please let me know if this works!
@Teodor-Toshkov Lol, I was just saying to myself "What the heck is going on?", and then I saw your next post. Anyways, were you able to connect to the Wifi network through wifisetup?
I have problems with upgrade,
after a while of flashing it stops, and didn't connect to wifi.
I connect with serial, and now I have a sort of bootloader, with help screen