MangoPi MQ-Pro

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MangoPi MQ-Pro
Manufacturer MangoPi
Dimensions 65mm x 30mm
Release Date April 2022
Website Home Page
SoC D1 @ 1.0Ghz
DRAM 512MiB DDR3 @ 792MHz, 1×H5TQ4G63EFR
or 1GiB DDR3(L)
Power DC 5V @ 2A (via OTG Type-C connector)
Video HDMI (Type C - Mini)
Audio HDMI, I2S
Network Trolink TL8723DS Wi-Fi+BT, Ethernet via optional secondary board
Storage µSD, optional SPI flash (bottom)
USB 1 USB Type-C OTG, 1 USB Type-C USB host

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

MangoPi MQ-Pro is a D1 based board in the Pi Nano form factor.


Visually, two PCB colors exist, pink and red. The front side has a D1 chip and "MangoPi MQ-Pro" written on the PCB. The back side contains the MangoPi logo, MangoPi.CC website as well as "Card computer" followed by the PCB revision.


Two versions exist:

  • MPi-MQ1PL: 512MiB RAM
  • MPi-MQ1PH: 1GiB RAM. Due to supply chain issues, second hand 1GiB DDR3/DDR3L chips are being used of various models. Some examples are MT41K512M16HA-125 and EDJ8416E6MB-GN-F.

At the bottom are solder pads for a SPI flash, NAND or NOR. A white dot in the top left marks pin 1 (CS).

PCB revisions

There are several PCB revisions, indicated on the back side of the board.

Revision Date PCB color Details
v1.0 2022.01.05 Green first release
mini-HDMI error
v1.1 2022.01.17 Green HDMI fix
v1.2 2022.02.04 Red small batch
v1.3 2022.04.15 Pink small batch
new FEL/RST pad location
v1.4 2022.06.27 Pink mass production
vias filled with resin
antenna trace optimization

Software Support

Linux and U-Boot upstreaming are in progress. See Allwinner_Nezha#Manual_build for build instructions. For U-Boot, use the mangopi_mq_pro_defconfig configuration.

Distro support


GPIO bus pin colors

Description can be found on the 3rd page of Board schematics (See below in #External links section).

  • Black are Ground
  • Red are 5V
  • Yellow are 3.3V
  • Blue are 27 (SDA (data)/PE17 and 28 (SCL (clock)/PE16), TWI3.

Serial pins are:

  • TX0/RX0 pins 8/10
  • TX1/RX1 pins 11/13
  • TX2/RX2 pins 32/22

See GPIO page for using them with Linux kernel.

External links