raffaele

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  1. There should be SDIO on P5, but that needs a breakout board from the pin headers. Not sure why they didn't put an SD slot on the board though, space doesn't look like a good reason...
  2. Hi there, I've been contacted by KoVu Inc. regarding their RK3328 "SwiftBoard", which should be a great candidate for NAS applications. Any thoughts? https://www.board-db.org/news/2018/01/08/kovu-swiftboard-data-nas-single-board-computer-sata-hdmi-2-0-emmc-gbe-android-armbian-openmediavault/ P.S.: I should receive a sample of this board in the next weeks, if you're interested in further updates. Cheers!
  3. Thanks for answering. Knowing it's a ili9806g panel (likely terrible btw, but still great for the price...) still definitely helps. Is it anyhow possible to extract the panel timing settings etc. from the running Android image, or are they hardcoded in the driver source? Btw, as "touch screen" I meant touch panel, so rda_ts only handles the capacitive i2c touch screen... and reverse engineering the lcd is not probably that easy Could anyone post rda_panel_ili9806g_mcu.c sources on github or somewhere? I don't know where to find it at the moment, and downloading the full Android sources (if any) is impossible considering the lack of broadband where I live... Thanks.
  4. Received the LCD screen some days ago, seems to work properly on the latest Android image. Anyone knows where to find the driver in Android? I can't find it in modules, neither with lsmod nor in /sys/module. The touch screen interface is i2c and it's managed by the rda_ts driver, but even without that driver it shouldn't be difficult to reverse engineer anyway. In the Debian Server image (the Ubuntu Server one is pure garbage) rda_backlight works properly though, via /sys/class/backlight. Cheers.
  5. The new touch screen looks nice... it might well open this board to lots of very low-cost applications. I've just bought one, hopefully in a month or two I'll be able to work on it. Thanks for your work @parrotgeek1! Btw, did anyone solve the IMEI (000...) /MAC address (persistence) issues? Edit: did anyone try the images on the orangepi.org website?