Having Fun with GPIO on Android

The ODROID-C1/C1+, ODROID-C2, and ODROID-XU4 have on-board GPIO (General Purpose Input/Output) pins that allow the control of external devices through software. In order to access the GPIO port properly, you must install the Android Marshmallow version 2.8 image or higher on the ODROID-C2, the Android KitKat version 3.2 image or  ▶


GO and Be Qwiic About It!

For just a paltry $1.50 investment, you can open up an entire ecosystem of sensors, tools, actuators, and displays for your ODROID-GO AND you will still have four GPIO pins left over for other projects  ▶



Ever since we learned that NetBSD had announced that they were making ARM a Tier 1 Architecture we obtained an image and started some testing. We want to report our findings and encourage others to try it out. It is not often that ODROID’s get a new non-Linux operating system.  ▶


Upgrading Ubuntu to 18.04

When Ubuntu 18.04 was launched for ODROID-C2 in summer of 2018, Hardkernel stated that unfortunately, due to complicated dependency issues it was impossible to upgrade from 16.04 to 18.04 (at that time). That time is gone, let's rock an upgrade for a new release.  ▶