uEnv.txt file exists on Vero 1 devices which use an external SD card to boot. For the Vero 2, those U-Boot parameters can still be configured, but we deliberately obfuscated this to prevent users bricking their devices accidentally and having to undergo some lengthy steps to fix the issue.
I suspect that the EDID read doesn’t work properly with your adapter, which is why you don’t get a proper picture. There are some work arounds for this. I’d like to try this first before we start editing boot parameters.
First, log in via SSH.
Let’s see if Vero 2 has detected an attached monitor. You can do this by running:
Please post the result.
If that shows
1, then I’d like to know what modes your display is claiming to support. This can be viewed with:
My hunch is the hotplugging doesn’t work properly with the adapter. There are improvements to HPD in the latest kernel which has not been publicly released yet. You can grab it by running the following commands:
Edit /etc/apt/sources.list and change
deb http://apt.osmc.tv jessie main
deb http://apt.osmc.tv jessie-devel main
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get dist-upgrade