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Linux Image for Orange Pi 4G-IOT is avaialble

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Post time 2019-4-12 19:00:07 | Show all posts
I think my orange pi 4g is died, I've killed with 3.3v serial port :|
now neither the flasher identifies the board

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Post time 2019-4-12 19:26:01 | Show all posts
redax replied at 2019-4-12 19:00
I think my orange pi 4g is died, I've killed with 3.3v serial port :|
now neither the flasher identi ...

Really?
Should not have affected it with that voltage.

Before death Could you make the modem work?


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Post time 2019-4-21 17:46:40 | Show all posts
crossmax replied at 2019-4-12 19:26
Really?
Should not have affected it with that voltage.

3.3V is high. I use voltage divider, this CPU is 1.65V.

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Post time 2019-4-23 14:06:07 | Show all posts
even my desktop PC USB port is died, I killed both front usb2 port  :|
my usb2 ->  rs232 dongle has 5v and 3.3v output as well, so after the unsuccessfull phase, when I connected RX/TX + GND, tried to connect the 3.3v vcc as well from the dongle, that was when it killed both the board, and the usb2 port
and no, not even a bit arrived from the port before I slaughtered my board...

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Post time 2019-4-28 17:32:31 | Show all posts
redax replied at 2019-4-23 14:06
even my desktop PC USB port is died, I killed both front usb2 port  :|
my usb2 ->  rs232 dongle has  ...

You don't use voltage divider?

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Post time 2019-4-30 14:35:46 | Show all posts
my 4G-IOT don't support LTE bands ,I am in china,At present, manufacturers say that Linux has no way to support modems.
I want to know if you have any solutions?

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Post time 2019-5-8 23:47:28 | Show all posts
Dear @admin
how to increase root partition size, with default of this we cant even python or gcc.

or how to change default /dev/root into sdcard .


thanx.

best regards.


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Post time 2019-6-5 10:33:37 | Show all posts
Hi, everybody
Hardware: Please give the schematic  of the Converter 1.8 to 3.3.
Software: Please give a brief manual on the steps how to run Linux on this Board.

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Post time 2019-7-12 06:29:57 | Show all posts
Edited by jackoo at 2019-7-12 11:45

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Now with Mainline Kernel 5.2 , Can linux work with this board ?
I've heard that there are new mali drivers...

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Post time 2019-7-16 05:27:35 | Show all posts
This site: linux-sunxi.org/Mali_Open_Source_Driver
Says that the new lima drivers support the Mali T720 !
From another source I've heard that it's not but will be soon.

Also I've heard that the hdmi bugs have been fixed...

So did someone tested the kernel 5.2 ?

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