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Raspberry Pi 2 Xenon flash problem explained and tested in the lab
posted February 21 2015 12:12.46 by Giorgos Lazaridis




You remember this post that I uploaded some days ago regarding the discovery of the Raspberry Pi 2 bug from Peter Onion posted on the PI2 forum... Well it seems that Dave decided to put it on the workbench, test it, probe it and explain it, and he did a very good job! Watch the video.



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