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September 2018 (Commodore Gaming)

This month, Justin Lee and Charles Park turn a regular monitor into a large touch-screen Android device. Tobias takes us for a look at some classic retro gaming on Commodores. We also have the next two parts of our Coding Camp series for the ODROID-GO, where we learn to control  ▶

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October 2018 (Car Infotainment)

For this October’s issue, Tobias Schaaf makes us all nostalgia in part 1 of his Game Nostalgia series. @Kamots shows us his ODROID-GO wireless charging mod, which is perfect as our Coding Camp guide this month describes reading the ODROID-GO’s battery voltage. @poptmartone takes his ODROID-C2 on the road running  ▶

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November 2018 (ODROID-H2)

This November’s issue has the article many ODROIDians have been waiting for, a new ODROID device release! We are excited to announce the ODROID-H2, a high performance x86-64bit platform. Additionally, we have great articles highlighting gaming on an ODROID-XU4, with an impressive Dreamcast build by @8BitFlashback. Limor Wainstein shows us  ▶

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December 2018 (ODROID-GO Tricorder)

This month we continue to highlight some features of the ODROID-H2 by looking into its bios and remote functionality. In Coding camp series 9 and 10, we connect the Weather Board 2 and Ultra-Sonic distance sensor to the ODROID-GO. We also have some great guides for gamers where we look  ▶

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September 2017 (ODROID-HC1)

We have transitioned to an HTML version of the magazine, which has quite a few improvements over the PDF version: Mobile friendly Comments for each article Code blocks are no longer inappropriately hyphenated Google searches will bring up individual articles Categories and tags make it easy to find groups of  ▶

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January 2019 (5 Year Anniversary)

We are excited to announce that it’s our 5th anniversary of the ODROID magazine! Justin Lee, CEO of Hardkernel, gives us the history of the company in our “Meet An ODROIDian” section. Additionally, Bruno does an amazing job of giving us a retrospective of ODROID magazine in his article. If  ▶

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October 2017 (Multimedia Home Server)

This month, we concentrate on home server and high performance computing solutions using the new ODROID-MC1 and ODROID-HC1. OpenMediaVault is a way to securely share files across the Internet so that you can access them from your smartphone or remotely from anywhere in the world. Docker Swarm mode allows multiple  ▶

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February 2019 (Amibian.js Commodore Amiga Emulation)

This month, Jon Aasenden shows us Commodore Amiga Emulation with Amibian.js. For our ODROID-GOs we have several terrific articles such as turning our GOs into FTP servers and two new Coding Camps that focus on the GO’s wireless capabilities. Andreas Lintermann shows us his ODROID-MC1 cluster he uses for scientific  ▶

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November 2017 (LineageOS)

If you’ve been wondering what happened to Cyanogenmod, which is no longer being supported, it has a new successor:  LineageOS.  Our feature article describes how to get LineageOS running on your ODROID with step-by-step compilation instructions.  We also feature several tinkering projects, such as adding a power on/off button to  ▶

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March 2019 (ODROID-N2)

This month we are excited to announce the ODROID-N2, a new high performance single board computer that can run Android Pie. We learn about crossgrading from armhf to arm64, just in time to help us transition to our new ODROID-N2. Dave Prochnow shows a great use for our ODROID-GO by  ▶