If it looks similar, it's because it's the exact same configuration as Nano-T2 board, except thequad core Cortex A9 processor, has been replaced by a 64-bit ARM octa-core processor.
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- too lazy to look at their website for the Android support but how good are they in terms of code release ?Apr 29, 2016
- http://www.nexell.co.kr/chi/pro/pro03.htmlSource code is available but awful. Note that this is not a Samsung design at all, it comes from a company called Nexell, see
It's probably not a bad chip at all, but it has zero upstream Linux support (unlike the real Samsung chips that generally just work), so you are stuck with whatever kernel version you get.Apr 29, 2016
- Thanks for the infoApr 29, 2016
- Specifically, this is a Linux-3.4 kernel that looks more like a Linux-2.6.28 platform port that was forward-ported, see https://github.com/friendlyarm/linux-3.4.y/commit/63f124ad876a11b735e369bbb609c8aa05fae1f4
Note that this is a 32-bit port, it's unlikely to ever run a 64-bit Linux unless someone starts a new kernel port from scratch.Apr 29, 2016
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