Guys read the instructions carefully clean all partitions from SD card first reflash then on first boot wait for ext4 expansion. You can download stuff from my websiteWTF? You can't just change the first post removing the OPK update and then come back and chide us to "read the instructions" afterwards as if somehow the reason our RG350s are having these errors is because we failed to follow the instructions that you just changed.
The OPK was busted thats why it as removed you might want to tone the voice down if you want continued support lol.
I'm not the one who released a bad update, refused to even say "sorry, guys, here's how to fix that issue without having to reflash the newer firmware update I just released today", and then went on to issue a vague threat that you'll run away if people aren't treating you with kid gloves.
My tone is completely reasonable. Your response is not.
You're offering a product and should have proper testing procedures in place before releasing an update or else labeling it "Beta Firmware" and asking folks here to test it and report in the thread what works or does not and then using that feedback to refine it into a final release.
Now grow a thicker skin and perhaps think about following these steps for testing future releases:
1) Flash full image on micro-SD card and test various system hardware calls (buttons, sticks, power button, backlight, etc.)
Once #1 above has passed muster, proceed on to #2 below.
2) Test update OPK on a freshly-installed previous-firmware (i.e. 1.5 or 1.6) micro-SD card that hasn't had the ext4 partition expanded to determine minimum firmware a user should have prior to using the OPK update file.
Once #2 above has passed muster, proceed on to #3 below.
3) Test update OPK on a previously-installed firmware that already had the micro-SD card ext4 partition extended
Once #3 above has passed muster, proceed to release to the forums as a BETA TEST, ask for feedback and wait 2-3 weeks before releasing the final product. Because you'll never know if a user has somehow modded their base system and it allows for gathering feedback from non-standard, modded RG350 firmware scenarios.
That pretty much covers almost 99% of all possible RG350 deployment scenarios.