Odroid Go Advance - Stuck at Welcome Screen



  • Hello my dear friends,

    I just flashed Recalbox 7.1.1 onto an sdcard and put it in my Odroid Go Advance. It booted up, but doesn't react to any buttons I press except the power butten, thap puts it into sleep mode.

    Any ideas?


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    Tester

    @Grimlock42G1 Could you post a photography of your Odroid Go Advance ?



  • Yes, I can. 🙂
    Batocera and Emuelec work fine.
    IMG_20210129_205902.jpg


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    Tester

    @Grimlock42G1 oki, it's an OGA2.
    Did you install recalbox 7.1.1 ?
    What is your sd card ? A sandisk one, samsung one, a generic one ?
    Mine is working fine using RCB V7.1.1 and a Sandisk card. I installed it using RPi-imager.
    Did you check the buttons ? Are they well connected ?



  • I flashed RB 7.1.1 to a 128gb sandisk ultra using balenaetcher.
    I also have a 32 gb sandisk with Batocera 29 which is working fine. So I don't think it's a hardware issue.


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    @Grimlock42G1 Ok, can you try using RPi-manager, we sometimes get problems with etcher.
    If the pb remains, can you post a support archive please ?
    Using internet, connect to : http://recalbox/help



  • Unfortunately the results are the same when flashing the image via Pi Imager.



  • I found this in the changelog for the next release:

    • Fix Odroid Go Advance controller (v1)

    Might be the problem.


  • Global moderator
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    Tester

    @Grimlock42G1 So, just be patient and wait for the next-release, it may solve your controller problem. 👍



  • I found the gitlab commit in the beta11 branch. I just needed to ad a few lines to the es_input.cfg in system/.emulationstation/ .
    Now 7.1.1-reloaded works. This might help every other odroid go advance (v1) user. It has to be added before </inputList> at the end of the file.

      <!-- Odroid Advance Go Internal controler -->
      <inputConfig type="joystick" deviceName="odroidgo2_joypad" deviceGUID="19000000010000000100000001010000" deviceNbAxes="2" deviceNbHats="0" deviceNbButtons="16">
        <input name="joystick1up" type="axis" id="1" value="-1" code="1" />
        <input name="joystick1left" type="axis" id="0" value="-1" code="0" />
        <input name="lum-" type="button" id="14" value="1" code="708" />
        <input name="lum+" type="button" id="15" value="1" code="709" />
        <input name="vol-" type="button" id="12" value="1" code="706" />
        <input name="vol+" type="button" id="1" value="1" code="707" />
        <input name="left" type="button" id="8" value="1" code="546" />
        <input name="down" type="button" id="7" value="1" code="545" />
        <input name="right" type="button" id="9" value="1" code="547" />
        <input name="up" type="button" id="6" value="1" code="544" />
        <input name="r1" type="button" id="5" value="1" code="311" />
        <input name="l1" type="button" id="4" value="1" code="310" />
        <input name="y" type="button" id="3" value="1" code="308" />
        <input name="x" type="button" id="2" value="1" code="307" />
        <input name="b" type="button" id="0" value="1" code="304" />
        <input name="a" type="button" id="1" value="1" code="305" />
        <input name="hotkey" type="button" id="10" value="1" code="704" />
        <input name="select" type="button" id="10" value="1" code="704" />
        <input name="start" type="button" id="11" value="1" code="705" />
      </inputConfig>
    


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