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Before migration, disable GGA, and then use the GRM solo mode to boot the software stack. When no more issues occur, you can integrate the graphics software stack with the real hardware.
About this task
The GRM solo mode performs the final verification of the driver integrations with the GPU registers. The integration is fast since the rendering with the host GPU and GGA is disabled.
For more details about the GRM integration and the GGA function in the integration, see Data flow of the integration.
Before you begin
The software stack is successfully boot up on a virtual GPU.
For details, see Booting Android graphics software stacks on virtual GPU.
The GPU is enabled in the device tree.
--plugin <from the boot command.
For the command details, see Boot commands.