I connected the NanoPI Fire2 via a HDMI to DVI adapter to my screen, but the screen just errors "out of range". I tried to compiled the kernel with the 1080x1920 flag (NXP_DISPLAY_HDMI_1920_1080P=y) and I tried to add video=mxcfb0:dev=hdmi,1920x1080M@60 to the uboot boot args. Is mxcfb the right driver? What else you could I try? Is there something like the hdmi_safe=1 option from Rasberry? Would be thankful for any hint.
HDMI -> out of range
Hi, it seems like your monitor does not support the frame/line frequencies from the board. Just try another one screen/TV to be sure.
Thx for your reply. unfortunately, I don't have another screen. Is there any way to change the frame/line frequencies? I think, in the kernel file linux-3.4.y/drivers/media/video/nexell/out/hdmi/nxp-hdmi.c or linux-3.4.y/drivers/media/video/nexell/out/hdmi/hdmi-preset.c I could change some of the parameters but I don't understand the variable names.