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Not able to boot iMx6 Sabre SD from SD Card

Question asked by Karan Gandhi on Oct 16, 2016
Latest reply on Oct 25, 2016 by Karan Gandhi

I have iMx6 Sabre SD board and when I am trying to boot the board with SD Card, board doesn't response. Nothing on LCD and Can't find anything on console.
I have already an android image on NAND and it is working fine. Console and LCD both working fine when I boot up the board using NAND.


Steps I follow are:
I have downloaded "i.MX_Linux_User's_Guide.pdf" from NXP and in "4.3.2 Copying the full SD card image" part it is mentioned that "The SD card image (with the extension .sdcard) contains U-Boot, the Linux image and device trees, and the rootfs for a 4 GB SD card. The image can be installed on the SD card with one command if flexibility is not required." 
$ sudo dd if=<image name>.sdcard of=/dev/sdx bs=1M && sync
I have tried this command with "fsl-image-qt5-x11-imx6qpsabresd.sdcard" (Downloaded from NXP) and set the boot switch SW6 for "SD Card from Slot3 (J507)" (switch 2 & 7 on, all other off). And board does nothing.

Any idea, What could be wrong with the procedure of programming the SD card or board?