07-05-2016 12:20 AM
I recently bought a HP chromebox to use it for a kiosk application. However, to completely install the kiosk application in the way I need to, I need to get into developer mode. According to instructions I have to
To invoke developer/recovery mode, you insert a paper clip and press the RESET BUTTON (just beside the kensington lock) and press the Power button. Release the RESET BUTTON after a second.
To enter Dev-mode you first invoke Recovery, and at the Recovery screen press Ctrl-D (there's no prompt - you have to know to do it). It will ask you to confirm by pressing the reset BUTTON again.
Dev-mode works the same as always: It will show the scary boot screen and you need to press Ctrl-D or wait 30 seconds to continue booting.
however, when I do that the box does not send any video signal to my HDMI display so I am completely in the dark as to what happens, if anything. I tried this with a wired USB keyboard and with a wireless USB keyboard, same result: nothing seems to happen.
Who has any idea to get into developer mode on thisHP chromebox ?(Not a chromebook)
Solved! Go to Solution.
07-06-2016 01:21 AM
Steps performed by you to enter into Dev Mode seems to be correct.
As you mentioned that you have connected Display through HDMI and there is no Display.
Hence , you may try to connect to Display Port (DP) and check whether it gives any display.
I hope that answers your question. 🙂
I am an HP employee, the opinions expressed here are my personal opinions, not of HP.
Make it easier for other people to find solutions, by marking my answer “Accept as Solution” if it solves your problem.
***Click on "Thumbs up" button to the left side of my post to acknowledge the post ***
07-06-2016 01:25 AM
had you considered using the Displayport output to see if it provides video output in Developer Mode?
If your problem is solved or question answered by my post, please click the Accepted Solution button in that post.