Foxconn Super Pi

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Foxconn Super Pi
Foxconn SuperPI.JPG
Manufacturer Foxconn
Dimensions 91.5 mm x 60 mm
Release Date unknown
Website Super Pi Product Page(Currently broken)
Specifications
SoC A20 @ 1 GHz
DRAM 1 GiB DDR3 @ 432 MHz
NAND no (onboard) NAND available
Power DC 5 V @ 2 A (micro USB)
Features
Video HDMI (Type A - full), CVBS, LVDS
Audio 3.5 mm headphone plug, HDMI, internal microphone
Network 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet (Realtek RTL8211E)
Storage SD, SATA (with power connector: JST XH 2.5mm header, providing +5V)
USB 2 x USB 2.0 Host, 1 x USB 2.0 OTG

This page needs to be properly filled according to the New Device Howto and the New Device Page guide.

The Foxconn Super Pi is essentially a Foxconn redesigned Banana Pi. The overall design shows clear relationship with the Banana Pi but the PCB layout and onboard connector positions are mostly different.

Contents

Identification

The board has "Super Pi REV:1.0" printed between the DSI connector and Ethernet port.

In android, under Settings->About Tablet, you will find:

  • Model Number: Super Pi
  • Build Number: abd_super1-eng 4.2.2 10SB 20141122
  • Firmware version: 2.1
  • Kernel Version: 3.4.39+ [email protected] #3 Sat Nov 22 03:20:27 EST 2014


Sunxi support

Current status

Patches awaiting inclusion in the sunxi repos.

Manual build

Mainline U-Boot

Use the MANUFACTURER_DEVICE build target.

Sunxi/Legacy Kernel

Use the MANUFACTURER_DEVICE.fex file.

Mainline kernel

Use the MANUFACTURER_DEVICE device-tree file, and follow the Mainline Kernel Howto.

Tips, Tricks, Caveats

FEL mode

The UBOOT button, located behind the Ethernet port, triggers FEL mode.

Powering the board

This board has severe UART backpower problem. While connected to another computer through a UART-USB dongle, the current leaked through RXD keeps the board in an slightly "working" state, preventing the board from properly powering up. To normally power cycle the device it is often needed to disconnect RXD temporarily.

Adding a serial port

Super Pi UART pads

Locating the UART

The UART pins are located in the upper right corner of the board (connector J11 and J12), and the relative positions among the pins are the same as the Banana Pi. Just attach some leads according to our UART Howto.

Pictures


Manufacturer images

See also

LeMaker Banana Pi

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