very cheap USB cables do not have the signal leads D+ and d-) thus not suitable for data communication purpose
Omage2 is very power demanding. Poor/insufficient power supply/not enough regulation/thin and too long power cable (from that micro USB cable), all causes Omega2+dock not be able to fulfill its job. <-- POWER ISSUES have caused so many heart burns in this forum
@luz Maybe your system does use the environment; I've never seen it anything but blank and recall that trying to set things there didn't work for me, but I'm running a patched mediatek u-boot not an onion one.
I also have a problem with Arduino Dock 2 and an FTDI adapter. The Arduino Dock 2 turns on (blue led on), but
the Omega 2+ doesn't turn on. I have connected my FTDI adapter as in the photos above. What could be wrong?
@Ken-Conrad A voltage-divider is basically just two resistors. Remove the one that goes to GND and replace the other one with a 0 Ohm-one or remove it and short the pads. I can't tell you which resistors they are on the dock, however, without actually having the dock.
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