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Is it possible to boot from QSPI on i.mx6UL EVK?

Question asked by Wayne Radochonski on Dec 5, 2015
Latest reply on Dec 8, 2015 by CarlosCasillas
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I "successfully" (the Mfg Tool claims it was successful) used the Windows Manufacturing Tool to write an QSPI image onto the i.mx6UL SOM.  After setting the boot device switch to "Boot from QSPI" and power cycling the board, Linux did not appear to boot.  Is the QSPI image distributed with the MFG Tool known to work?

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