One of the best features of the ODROID-GO Advance is that you can build it yourself, since it comes in kit form. This means that you can learn how the pieces fit together, do it as a project with your siblings, friends, or children, and have the satisfaction of playing games on a truly unique device that you built yourself!
To assemble the ODROID-GO Advance, unpack all of the parts and verify them against Figure 1. Be gentle when attaching cables to the PCB, and make sure not to over-tighten any of the screws. Read through all of the instructions, and watch the video, before starting.
USB Type-A Power Cable
A, B, X, Y button rubber
Plastic L/R trigger, X, Y, power Buttons
Plastic D-pad, A, B Buttons
320×480 TFT LCD
1.7×5 screws 7pcs
1.7×8 screws 4pcs
I ~ VI button rubber
The video at https://youtu.be/FsfpAkKGEXc shows detailed instructions on how to use the kit, and should be used in conjunction with the instructions here to ensure that everything is assembled properly.
Figure 2 - Fold the yellow tab as shown
Figure 3- Closeup of LCD panel insertion
Inserting the LCD
For alternative assembly instructions for the LCD panel, check out the video at https://youtu.be/ShFrKvPcjsE.
Analog joystick assembly
Figure 24 - Put the D-pad and buttons on the front enclosure
Figure 25 - Closeup of attaching the buttons
Figure 27 - Closeup of attaching the buttons
Figure 28 - Closeup of attaching the buttons
PCB board assembly
Note: never raise the joystick connector more than 90 degrees or it will break.