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Quick Start Guide for ODROID-XU4 and XU4Q

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Quick Start Guide for ODROID-XU4 and XU4Q

  Please read this quick start guide first if you are an ODROID-XU4 user. This guides you to use a right power supply, OS and even updating the operating system to the latest version. 

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ODROID-N1 : The Next ODROID!

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ODROID-N1 : The Next ODROID!

We call it ODROID-N1. The “N” stands for Next.

In the next several days, we will send 30 pre-selected members of our community a free N1 engineering sample board to test. We call it a “Debug Party”. 
We hope that mass production will begin in May or June if the “Debug Party” is successful.  

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Building Android LineageOS: A Step-By-Step Guide for ODROID-XU4

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Building Android LineageOS: A Step-By-Step Guide for ODROID-XU4

This guide will show you how to download and compile the Android kernel for ODROID-XU4. If you have not built Android on your desktop yet, please read Google’s official build environment setup guide at http://bit.ly/1Hd3Z3P. Carefully review this before you proceed, or you may have unexpected errors and will need to read through long and complicated build logs to find the problem. We used Ubuntu 14.04 64bit with 8GB of RAM since other newer versions of Ubuntu have had some issues while building the Android OS. http://bit.ly/2yGT5Tw If you want to build the full Android source tree, don’t download and build the kernel...

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How to use an Android OS with ODROID-XU4

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How to use an Android OS with ODROID-XU4

What I need : ODROID-XU48GB microSD Card, class 105V/4A power supplyUSB multi readerPC or Macmonitor and HDMI cableEtcher (https://etcher.io/) : https://odroidinc.com/blogs/news/the-easiest-way-to-install-new-os Make the ODROID-XU4 alive : 1. Flash the Android OS to the microSD card.  Here's the current version of Android OS for the microSD Card : android-4.4.4-alpha-5.6-sd_installer-odroidxu4-20170912.img.zip. (See details instructions to flash onto the microSD : https://wiki.odroid.com/odroid-xu4/os_images/android/android#android_444_v56) 2. Make sure to slide switch position to "uSD".    3. Connect the monitor.  4. Plug in the 5Volt 4Amp power supply 5. The resolution of the monitor is supported by the OS.  https://wiki.odroid.com/troubleshooting/supported_resolutions

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How to upgrade the ODROID-XU4 Android eMMC Module to the latest OS version

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How to upgrade the ODROID-XU4 Android eMMC Module to the latest OS version

If you have an ODROID eMMC module that is a red PCB, you can install the latest ODROID-XU4 OS. This installation will format the data stored on the eMMC Module so, please backup your data first before proceeding.  (The guide for installing Linux OS is here) This guide is to install/update the newest Android OS to a used or older version of OS stored on your eMMC Module. You will need to install the OS installer to a microSD card and push it to the eMMC Module on the ODROID-XU4.  Before starting, disconnect anything you have attached to the ODROID-XU4. Check the latest version of OS from...

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