Did an upgrade to November update anymore, when it boots I see network connection for a short moment, then it drops. No display, no network connection, nothing. Booting without HDMI to my Pioneer receiver (SC-LX59) and it boots normally and can SSH into the device. When I connect HDMI directly to my LG, also no issues. The moment I connect the VERO to the Pioneer network drops, no display as well.
Reset the VERO, no solution. Downgraded it to [2021.08-1] image. All works fine. Upgrade to November, issue is back. Tried to get additional logging, but not much showing for what I can see.
Any suggestions on how to debug this?
My setup is similar: Raspberry Pi / Pioneer AVR / Sony TV. I had a black screen issue after update to 2021-11. I’m optimistic to have fixed it by setting config_hdmi_boost=4 within the /boot/config-user.txt. Don’t know if that also applies to a Vero.
The moment that I attach my HDMI cable with an active connection to my receiver it just crashes.
What I have done now is power on without cable, attached the cable, let it crash, disconnect HDMI cable, disconnect power cable, reconnect power cable and then grab of the logs.
Lets hope that the logs contain what you need.
Your AVR is not passing through properly the capability of the TV to play 4k50/60hz video. That’s confusing the EDID parser. Do you have the option ‘HDMI 4k/60p input setting’ enabled? If not, can you engage that and see if that helps. (page 92 of the LX89 manual)