CoreElec MINIX U9-H

The two files has been downloaded.

Do I unzip or not the CoreELEC-Amlogic.arm-9.2.0-Generic.img.gz

Got Also the file gxm_q200_2g_minix_neo_u9.dts

Finally I tried now with a USB Stick E:

I have used Rufus to create the image on the USB Stick, with the following options:

Device point to my USB Stick E:
Boot Selection: Disk or ISO image (Please Select), push the Select button and choose CoreELEC-Amlogic.arm-9.2.0-Generic.img.gz
I do not know if I have to enable other options
Push Start button
When it is done, I rename the file gxm_q200_2g_minix_neo_u9.dts to dtb.img to the root of E:

I try to boot up, but unfortunately, I see the robot on it's back with a warning sign
 
The two files has been downloaded.

Do I unzip or not the CoreELEC-Amlogic.arm-9.2.0-Generic.img.gz

Got Also the file gxm_q200_2g_minix_neo_u9.dts

Finally I tried now with a USB Stick E:

I have used Rufus to create the image on the USB Stick, with the following options:

Device point to my USB Stick E:
Boot Selection: Disk or ISO image (Please Select), push the Select button and choose CoreELEC-Amlogic.arm-9.2.0-Generic.img.gz
I do not know if I have to enable other options
Push Start button
When it is done, I rename the file gxm_q200_2g_minix_neo_u9.dts to dtb.img to the root of E:

I try to boot up, but unfortunately, I see the robot on it's back with a warning sign
Try with Win32diskimager, it's easier : https://sourceforge.net/projects/win32diskimager/

Don't forget this : When it’s done, copy/paste .dts file to SD root and rename it dtb.img.
 
got the files of pusb87 on CoreElec,
then use Win32diskimager, burn my USB Stick,
then use in the device tree find the right file and rename it on the root as dtb.img
retry to reboot on the Minix, but stuck on the robot on it's back with a warning sign
 
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pusb87

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Out of interest I just tried CoreELEC for the 1st time....simply followed the instructions provided on the CoreELEC site for downloading and installation.

All done and up and running in about 10mins on a microSD card.
 
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