Implementing GPIO IRQ Handlers: Using Python 3 To Control RPi.GPIO

This code and guide are intended to demonstrate GPIO IRQ handling on the ODROID-C1+/C2/XU4/N2. The guide was adapted from the ODROID wiki page at https://wiki.odroid.com/odroid-xu4/application_note/gpio/rpi.gpio_irq. We can simply implement GPIO IRQ handler with Python 2/3. In this guide, we will use Python 3 for programming the handler. Before getting started,  ▶


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  ▶


ODROID-H2+: The New And Enhanced X86 Platform

The ODROID-H2 is back, this time in a slightly upgraded form - named aptly, the ODROID-H2+! Accordingly the board revision code is REV-B+ (while the previous production batch was REV-B). We announced the original ODROID-H2 back in November 2018, as a new generation of single board computer (SBC) - an  ▶


Introducing the New ODROID-C4: A New Generation Single Board Computer

The ODROID-C4 is a new generation single board computer that is more energy efficient and has higher performance than the ODROID-C2 which was introduced over four years ago, as the world's first affordable ARM 64-bit computer. The ODROID-C4 features an Amlogic S905X3 CPU which is a quad-core Cortex-A55 cluster with a new generation Mali-G31 GPU. The A55 cores run at 2.0Ghz without thermal throttling using the stock heat sink, allowing a robust and quiet computer. The multi-core performance is around 40% faster, and the system DRAM performance is 50% faster than the ODROID-C2.  ▶


Running Linux Under Android

The ODROID-N2 seems like a perfect Android TV system - everything runs smoothly and converts a regular TV into a valuable smart TV. All is well if that is the only thing you want to do with your ODROID-N2, but for me, it is not enough. I wanted to use  ▶