A13-OLinuXino first time Android boot :)



Dimitar Gamishev learned that we have A13-OLinuXino prototypes and came to our office after work, he already had pre-built Android image, so after spending some time  tweaking with Livesuite we uploaded the Android image to A13-OLinuXino NAND and when we connected our 7″LCD module we saw the Android booting image, this means board have working DDR3, power supply managment chip, NAND flash and so on! Yahooooo !

Now it’s time to have some beers as outside is about 40C!

We will continue with the VGA tweaking tomorrow as the normal VGA monitor do not sync at 800×480 pixel default Android LCD settings 🙂

14 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. rodrigo
    Jul 31, 2012 @ 18:37:25

    wow, it’s amazing….


  2. profiaudi
    Jul 31, 2012 @ 18:43:08

    Nice one 🙂


  3. xtreamer
    Jul 31, 2012 @ 19:06:45

    you guys are amazing!!! Its hard to believe what a small group of specialists can achieve in days and weeks where as Big companies spend months and millions with huge teams of s/w and h/w.. truly a great work!! keep it up guys!


  4. iyahdub
    Aug 01, 2012 @ 14:18:14

    Looking good, looking good !!


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  10. murlidharshenoy
    Aug 08, 2012 @ 17:45:07

    Great Work!
    seems really awesome.
    What would be the Price of the OLinuXino ?.Would really love to get one! 🙂


  11. micha
    Aug 21, 2012 @ 15:33:19

    Is the above 7″ LCD kapcitive or resistive? And pixel-size does it have? And is it for sale at your shop, or will it be? 😉


  12. Nibu Alias
    Oct 10, 2012 @ 10:55:14

    hi olimex
    I am trying to connect an LCD display with touch screen to A13 olinuxino , In my LCD display data sheet there are pins 1. MODE (DE/sync mode select ) and DITHB (dithering function )
    can u help me by telling which pin on LCD pin out should i connect these pin


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