Raspberry PI 2 Model B 2014 V1.1 on OSMC
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When device is powered, the green LED is green for a millisecond, then it turns red. This leads to believe the SD card, booting file, got corrupted.
These were the events that crashed the device.
It was working fine until I tried to return to “Home” screen as I watched a live camera stream from a New York street; I had never seen that functionality before.
I could not find the way to go back “home”, so I used SYBU app to reboot. The system froze. I unplugged the device, waited a few secs, and did not reboot again.
Perhaps the SD card got corrupted- I have looked at the card contents and found one volume named boot-rbp2 and a second one called RECOVERY. I assume that moving some files from the RECOVERY volume into boot-rbpp2 could solve this issue, but I am not sure. I am trying to avoid the setting up Kodi again; I liked the way it was working for me, and do not want to go thru the setup again.
If the issue can be resolved by copying/moving these files ( from the Recovery volume tp the boot-rbp2), what files do I need to copy/ or discard?