I haven’t been able to flash my Ender 3 v2 Neo for a week now. Basically, I’d like to install klipper, but if I can just install the basic firmware, I’ll be happy…
With the 8 GB micro SD card supplied by Creality and formatted in FAT32 with 4096 bytes of cluster, I tried to flash these firmware: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1opG6Go-jFH2aljYrg-mLSEE5ezLhTirT (Folder V4.2.2-GD MCU) and a klipper compilation following this guy’s parameters on github (https://github.com/orgs/CrealityOfficial/discussions/25).
Every time, same result, the screen stays fixed on the Creality logo, as long as the printer stays on. A blue LED on the motherboard remains lit, permanently.
How do I know if my bootloader is potentially bricked? Or what am I doing wrong with my flash?
I hope to get an answer, thanks for reading,
Have a nice day!
Reddit post before I realized I had a GD32 chip; if it helps :
Hello, I can’t flash klipper on my Ender 3 v2 Neo. Here’s what I tried (When I talk about .bin, I call it something different than firmware.bin)
With Creality’s 8 GB microsd card :
** Put the .bin on the supplied sd card: screen frozen on “creality”. I waited 15 minutes.*
** Same thing, but unplugging the screen; I had no way of knowing if it had worked, apart from seeing if the .bon name had changed, which was not the case.*
** Same thing, but overwriting the card in FAT32 / 4096 byte*
** Tried to make a 1 Go partition : it doesn’t work*
Tried with a 32 GB SD card
** FAT32, 4096 bytes, “Creality” slpash screen.*
** Tried to make a 1 Go partition : same result*
UPDATE : I came across bootloader problems in my research: wouldn’t that be my case? How do I know if it is?
If anyone has any solutions to this problem Have a nice day