- A33 Quad Core Cortex-A7 running at 1.2Ghz
- 1GB DDR3 RAM memory running at 432Mhz/360Mhz
- 4GB NAND flash memory
- USB On-The-Go interface on USB mini connector
- AXP223 PMU
- Debug UART connector
- Li-Po battery operation with buit-in charger
- Step-up converter allows all peripherals including USB hosts to work properly on Li-Po battery power
- Audio input for microphone
- Audio output for headphones
- Camera CSI / LCD MIPI 40 pin FPC connector
- LCD 0.1" step 40 pin connector (not assembled on board)
- GPIO 0.1" step 40 pin connector (not assembled on board)
- Barrel power jack for external 5V supply
- PCB dimensions: 66 x 71 mm
Official images provided by OLIMEX
WARNING: USING THE OFFICIAL ANDROID REQUIRES SPECIFIC HARDWARE EQUIPMENT
The A33 chip doesn't have support for resistive touchscreens, and it also doesn't have HDMI support. That is why the official Android image for the board has the video output set to work only with the 5" display with capacitive touchscreen named "LCD-OLinuXino-5TS". It is important to notice that you also need to use the on-board LCD connector to establish the connection to the display. By default the plastic header of LCD is not placed so you would also need to place it.
A33 User's Manual
Power supply and consumption
How do I write the Linux image to a micro SD card to use with my A33 board?
To write a Linux image to an SD card under Windows we use Win32 Disk Imager):
- Download Win32 Disk Imager Win32 Disk Imager
- Insert card
- Start program
- Select file
- Click "write"
To write a Linux image to an SD card under Linux:
For instance, if you have an image with the file name of "debian_2g.img". It would be downloaded to the SD card connected to a Linux machine using one of the following commands:
- # dd bs=4M oflag=sync if=debian_2g.img of=/dev/sdX
- # cp debian_2g.img /dev/sdX
where sdX is the name of the microSD card under Linux.
How to build Debian Linux image for A33-OLinuXino?
How to edit board configurations and definitions in the official Debian image?
How to change HDMI, VGA and LCD resolutions in the official Debian image?