@James-Solderitsch the reset button on the pro works the same as the reset on the dock. Hold down the reset while switching on, make sure you have the usb cable connected so you can connect to the serial console.
If you are recovering from a USB stick, make sure you have correctly named the firmware file or it won't be found. If all else fails the web recovery option seems to be the best as a last resort, but you will need an ethernet expansion.
I trashed 8 Omega2 pro in a row while building some custom firmware, if you follow these points you can fix them.
@Jake-Aston Omega2 Pro - I checked its schematic again.
Theoretically you could power it via its Expansion Header 3V3 (VCC33) pins - with +3.3 V of course.
In this case the on board "Power Dock", the Serial Console (CP210x USB-to-UART Bridge), the USB Host Port and the Full-color Notification Led won't work.
The device is about 10 feet from the AP. Curious that this occurs at precise 2 hour intervals. That doesn't seem like noise or weak signal. Maybe I'll look at the AP settings to see if there is an inactivity setting or something. Though I've never heard of that.
Glad to see everyone is as excited about the Omega2 Pro as we are! :D
A few clarifying points:
The Omega2 Pro is an addition to the Onion family. We will not be discontinuing Omega2 and Omega2+ for the foreseeable future.
The firmware is an Onion-flavored OpenWRT 18.06. We will still continue to create firmware for the Omega2 family, and the OpenWRT 18.06 version will make its way to the Omega2 and Omega2+ in the short term.
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