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ASUSmy
post Jul 5 2017, 02:11 PM, updated 2 months ago

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ASUS Tinkerboard Discussion V1.1
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Quick Specification (Under Spoiler):-
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RockChip - CPU
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4K Graphic - Mali GPU
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HD Audio
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IoT Friendly connectivity
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Standard GPIO
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ExplainingComputers - ASUS Thinkerboard - HOW TO USE?

Result: Very detail and high quality of explaination video and tutorial



User Banchmark test between Asus Tinkerboard and Raspberry Pi 3

Result: Asus official given a fair banchmark result without over kill




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Links
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Official Website Link: https://www.asus.com/us/Single-Board-Computer/Tinker-Board/
Official Winkerboard Wiki Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asus_Tinker_Board
Specification Link: https://www.asus.com/us/Single-Board-Comput...specifications/
Support site link: https://www.asus.com/us/Single-Board-Comput...pDesk_Download/
Tinkerboarding.co.uk Forum : https://tinkerboarding.co.uk/ (Non ASUS official forum, it manage by UK authorized reseller)
Tinkerboard WIKI by Tinkerboarding.co.uk : https://tinkerboarding.co.uk/wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page

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Current Official supported OS Download:-
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TinkerOS_Android V13.11.0.3 (Beta version): http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/Linux/...9432.1487563434
TinkerOS_Debian V1.8 (Beta version): http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/Linux/...9432.1487563434

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OS Download source from Tinkerboarding Forum UK
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**Note, download listed file in this thread at your own risk, I just sharing and not respond on any damages**

Armbian:

Thread: Armbian thread (Tinkerboarding UK Forum)
Download: https://www.armbian.com/tinkerboard/ (nightly) [548 MB]

DietPi:

DietPi configurable distro NB: GPU features are disabled for this board (eg: Kodi, Desktop). Ideal for server usage
Thread:DietPi thread (Tinkerboarding UK Forum)
Download: www.dietpi.com Download Link [116 MB]

Volumio:

Volumio - the Audiophile Music Player Operating system.
Thread: Volumio thread (Tinkerboarding UK Forum)
Download: volumio-2.170 [270 MB]

Yocto:

Yocto customized source tree which enables VPU (hardware accelerated decoding and encoding), GPU, WiFi, video processing libraries (FFMPEG, OpenCV etc.,)
Thread:Yocto Thread (Tinkerboarding UK Forum) Yocto thread
Download: Yocto Downloaddownload [925 MB]


FlintOS (chromeOS):

FlintOS boots straight into chromium, and works just like ChromeOS
FlintOS Website Info : Direct Website(FlintOS direct website)
Download: FlintOS Download

LUbuntu:

ELAR systems have an lubuntu image for tinkerboard here:
Thread: LUbuntu Thread
elar-system website direct to Tinkerboard section
lubuntu download: LUbuntu website download (If link broken you can direct refer to LUbuntu Thread)lubuntu


LibreELEC (kodi):

Experimental images of LibreElec
thread: Direct forum and get download link there~




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Extra info attached below, Welcome to download:- rclxms.gif

Thank you ~

How to install Tinker OS (Debian 1.8 Beta)

Source from Tinkerbaord official site.


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Debian OS
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Requirement:


.1 x Micro SD card with at least 8GB capacity
.1 x Micro USB cable and a 5V/2A USB power adapter with LPS marking (tested using original ASUS mobile phone charger)
.1 x Monitor with HDMI cable
.1 x Keyboard and Mouse set
. Win32 Disk Imager - 1.0 (Free) - Download from here
(Download base your own risk, i will not responsible for any virus or any kind damage)

1. Download Debian OS by Click Here
1. Insert the microSD card into a Windows PC.
3. Run the "Win32DiskImager" application.
3.1 Browse and select the source image file to be flashed (Image File ".img").
3.2 Select the microSD card as the destination (Device Mini XD card).
3.3 Click "Write".
3. Safely remove the microSD card with the new bootable image, then insert into the microSD card slot on the Tinker board.
4. Connect the power supply, keyboard, mouse and your monitor. Now boot it up!

How to install Tinker OS (Android 13.11.0.3 Beta)

Source from Tinkerbaord official site


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Android OS
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Requirement:


.1 x Micro SD card with at least 8GB capacity
.1 x Micro USB cable and a 5V/2A USB power adapter with LPS marking (tested using original ASUS mobile phone charger)
.1 x Monitor with HDMI cable
.1 x Keyboard and Mouse set
. Win32 Disk Imager - 1.0 (Free) - Download from here
(Download base your own risk, i will not responsible for any virus or any kind damage)

1. Download Android OS by Click Here
1. Insert the microSD card into a Windows PC.
3. Run the "Win32DiskImager" application.
3.1 Browse and select the source image file to be flashed (Image File ".img").
3.2 Select the microSD card as the destination (Device Mini XD card).
3.3 Click "Write".
3. Safely remove the microSD card with the new bootable image, then insert into the microSD card slot on the Tinker board.
4. Connect the power supply, keyboard, mouse and your monitor. Wait around 5min for first boot up - Now boot it up!

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Attached File(s)
Attached File  CSI_DSI_Configuration.zip ( 928.37k ) Number of downloads: 17
Attached File  DOC_Update_for_CE_RED.zip ( 789.75k ) Number of downloads: 3
Attached File  GPIO_API_for_C.zip ( 239.27k ) Number of downloads: 8
Attached File  GPIO_API_for_Python.zip ( 290.08k ) Number of downloads: 10
Attached File  GPIO_API_for_Scratch.zip ( 2.68mb ) Number of downloads: 4
Attached File  Tinker_Board_3D_Drawing.zip ( 2.88mb ) Number of downloads: 5
Attached File  Tinker_Board_Schematics.zip ( 97.31k ) Number of downloads: 9
Attached File  QVL_Tinkerboard_20170420.pdf ( 230.81k ) Number of downloads: 17
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Yes~ 1 Support from me thumbup.gif , lets start discuss about tinkerboard here
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DSI interface fully open or closed like RPI ?
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QUOTE(spacelion @ Jul 5 2017, 02:37 PM)
DSI interface fully open or closed like RPI ?
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Should be open, need to test and just able to know~ or you buy one and test with your current working screen~ rclxms.gif


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the port is same as rpi. I want to write custom drivers for my own LCD that we manufacture.
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QUOTE(spacelion @ Jul 5 2017, 04:29 PM)
the port is same as rpi. I want to write custom drivers for my own LCD that we manufacture.
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will test when i have chance~ still learning

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QUOTE(Positve_Guy @ Jul 5 2017, 04:31 PM)
Since the port is same with RPI, so it that help on your driver development?
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you dont know anything about the board, do you?
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Is this good for entertainment box? Such as TV box using android OS
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QUOTE(spacelion @ Jul 5 2017, 05:02 PM)
you dont know anything about the board, do you?
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I am new for this, perhaps i can learn more about SBC from you all sifu, and discuss more here .
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QUOTE(uhlaw @ Jul 5 2017, 05:10 PM)
Is this good for entertainment box? Such as TV box using android OS
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Possible to realize it. biggrin.gif
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QUOTE(Positve_Guy @ Jul 5 2017, 05:15 PM)
I am new for this, perhaps i can learn more about SBC from you all sifu, and discuss more here .
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then wait for the asus guy to reply instead of trying to be smart
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QUOTE(spacelion @ Jul 6 2017, 08:35 AM)
then wait for the asus guy to reply instead of trying to be smart
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sorry for my bad try, looks like more suitable for you to direct PM instead to post because here is open for discussion and reply. bye.gif

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biggrin.gif Love the Tinker Board, now need to make more advanced stuff for it.
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QUOTE(spacelion @ Jul 5 2017, 02:37 PM)
DSI interface fully open or closed like RPI ?
This one, Google also no information.

I haven't gotten any display yet so can't test also.

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QUOTE(goldfries @ Jul 7 2017, 06:03 PM)


biggrin.gif Love the Tinker Board, now need to make more advanced stuff for it.
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Cant wait ~ please share more info and your works! icon_idea.gif
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For digital computer audiophile
Free and open source Hi-Fi digital music player, runeaudio, volumio
https://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?showtopic=4077985

What is Free and open source Hi-Fi digital music player

Is a free and Open Source Linux Distribution, designed and fine-tuned exclusively for music playback. It runs on a variety of devices, typically small and cheap computers like the Raspberry PI , VOLUMIO FOR ASUS TINKERBOARD, but also on low power PCs, notebooks or thin clients.
By flashing (installing) Volumio on any of this platforms, it will then become an headless Audiophile Music Player. Headless means that the only way to control it will be with another Mobile phone, computer or tablet.

This is made possible by web UI: a web applications that runs on any device with a browser, and that allows an easy and intuitive control of your playback sessions. All communications beetween the webapp and Volumio will happen trough your home network.

https://volumio.org/volumio-asus-tinkerboard/

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VOLUMIO FOR ASUS TINKERBOARD IS NOW AVAILABLE
Michelangelo Guarise May 23, 2017

The Volumio Team is happy to announce support for Volumio on the Asus Tinkerboard platform.
It will be the first Audiophile Music Player available for the Tinkerboard.

Volumio is a free and Open Source Linux Distribution, designed and fine-tuned exclusively for music playback.
This is made possible by Volumio’s UI: a web applications that runs on any device with a browser, and that allows an easy and intuitive control of your playback sessions.
All communications between the webapp and Volumio will happen through your home network.

FEATURES
Minimal operating system, tailored for Bit-Perfect Audio Playback
Works with any USB 2.0 DAC
Supports all filetypes: FLAC, Alac, Aac, Vorbis, Mp3, DSD, DSF, WAV, WV, APE etc.
UPNP Playback
Airplay Playback
DSD Over PCM support, for non Direct-DSD compatible hardware
Integrated WebRadio directories
If a compatible wireless hardware is found, Volumio will create an hotspot network for first configuration
Mount CIFS and NFS Network Attached Storage, with an auto-discovery function
Custom playlist editing and creation
Plugin support with new functions available like Spotify and Digital Room Correction
Seamless update system: no need to reinstall when a new version is available
Multilanguage support with a growing number of translations available
Image background support, even your favourite one
Alarm and sleep function

The Tinkerboard on paper can be just the perfect match for Volumio

This is why we were so excited to put our hands on it. Right after unboxing you can feel the build quality and the attention to details that ASUS put into the board design: everything from the thick black solder mask, to the colored GPIOs headers is just about build quality.

From what you can see, there are many reasons to believe that the Tinkerboard is just a perfect fit for Volumio, and the most serious candidate to become the platform of election to build an audiophile music player. Some of the advantages we think are just great are:

Its blazing fast: really, it is. I would also say faster than low-tier X86 machines
It features an external Wi-fi antenna connector, super useful to extend its wireless capabilities without the need of external dongles
The integrated Analog Jack is very competent and sounds good enough for casual music listening, and it’s capable of 24\192 playback
Integrated SPDIF output, although you need to solder 2 pins
Gigabit LAN onboard, without all the known problems of PI with USB BUS
However, to make a Single Board successful and worth, there are many pieces that should come together. As Volumio Team, we were indeed excited by the ASUS Tinkerboard, however, I2S DACs are still not supported as of now: Tinkerboard supports I2S output, however for some reasons the I2S output is handled (at driver level) via USB. We’re still not sure how I2S connection is handled at Hardware level, and whether the board is Pin compatible with Raspberry PI in regard to I2S. We’re working closely with ASUS to clear everything related to I2S and try to extend its compatibility with Volumio’s supported I2S DACs.

We can conclude by saying that the Volumio on the ASUS Tinkerboard is among the best (together with X86) you can get: browsing is super smooth, Network is fast and the sound quality via USB is as good as it can be (especially when paired with iFi’s iPurifier2). To become the real Raspberry PI killer (we do find that the price difference is more than acceptable for what you get more) it remains to be seen how I2S support will evolve, but rest assured we’re working with ASUS to make it happen.

As always, you can get Volumio for ASUS Tinkerboard on our download page

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you put all of that info but purposely don't wanna tell us the price here? lel good luck with support k

also rockchip is shit with android. come back when they will have basic android support and upgrade and a firmware that they will support.
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RM 285 with 1-year warranty. smile.gif
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QUOTE(C-Fu @ Jul 10 2017, 12:50 AM)
you put all of that info but purposely don't wanna tell us the price here? lel good luck with support k

also rockchip is shit with android. come back when they will have basic android support and upgrade and a firmware that they will support.
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