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darkowlzz

I have an Arduino ADK board, http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardADK, the same one. I have burnt a program to the board and getting an error in the Serial Monitor as:

Error: OSCOKIRQ failed to assert

How to solve it?
Some people advised to supply 7-12V to Vin. I did that, but it didn't help.

NI$HANT

for sure it is a power issue, the voltage regulater eats a lot of stuff try measuring the power at the +5v on the ADK and make sure the minimum standard voltage is there so that this ADK may work.

The problem is that USB devices take a lot to function and as such here not only the ADK needs power to function + the AVR but also the USB periferal device needs power for functioning too.
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darkowlzz

At +5v I am getting about 5.41v and at +3v it's around 3.14v.

NI$HANT

ok so try again , what's the result?
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darkowlzz

Tried, no change. Same error

Error: OSCOKIRQ failed to assert

And btw I have a rooted HP touchpad with CM9. Any idea if it has Android Open Accessory support? Running Android 4. I am not sure if it's usb port is compatible for ADK.

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