Can someone help me with my Xiaomi AIoT AC2350, which after this procedure had no wireless signal and access to the interface was prevented... It only has a blue LED on...
It resets, restarts but only turns on a blue LED, I can access the interface (192.168.31.1), but when I try to advance in the configuration, it doesn't work.
There's no "advance" in the configuration, in openwrt, which firmware did you install?
Did you try the TFTP recovery?
I didn't get to install Openwrt, I tried several times but without success!
Yes I already did this recovery method, but it does not solve the problem.
From what I read the bootloader is fine but the interface does not advance to the router configuration, even with the network cable connected to the PC.
I'm sorry but I don't think the problem you're having right now is related to the OpenWrt for developers sub-forum. It would be better to ask such questions for troubleshooting under Installing and Using OpenWrt sub-forum.
However, you can try the debricking guide linked here. If this method doesn't work for you, then you may need to reprogram the flash chip on the device with a full dump/backup.
And yes, if you want to flash OpenWrt on your router, please follow the instructions in the link mentioned above.
I apologize for the sub-forum where I initially put the problem, already moved to the suggested sub-forum.
Do you really think it's necessary reprogram the flash chip on the device with a full dump/backup?
I have a complete dump/backup of my router...
That's okay no problem.
If you can not debrick it with standard recovery methods you may have to get your hands dirty... Luckily you have a backup! Relatively easy to work with. So I say yes.
You mean the CH341a programmer?
Yes, you can use it to reprogram the flash chip.
Okay, I'll try to get a visible picture of the flash chip so I don't do anything wrong, again.
Problem solved without flash chip...
As per the image, I managed to login with wifi name: user_root, and password:user_root.
This way I was able to access the router interface and then ssh access by the known method.
From there it was just installing OpenWrt.
Thank you all for your help.
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