Just a note for some people: Soc-based platforms are, nowadays, very complex devices. All designs aim to cut costs, but they need to evolve and be adapted due to sourcing problems (see Raspberry Pi xtal problems, for example). Hardware people (like myself, but I'm both hardware and software) focus primarily on these [cost,source] problems, and delegate on software people the task of actually putting things to work. Unfortunately this can lead to problems, because the two (software and hardware) teams [usually] only talk to each other when the hardware design is already finished. I wished that, before specifying the HW specs, the SW guys could look at it and help minimizing integration problems.
Again, thanks a lot for your clear explanation of the problem.
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