Welcome to the ODROID Support Page

This place is for the ODROID boards.

About

History

The ODROID means Open + Droid. It is a development platform for the hardware as well as the software.


Here is a brief history of ODROID.

ODROID : The world first Android mobile game console developement platform with S5PC100 (2009' Fall)
ODROID-T : The world first Android 10.1“ tablet development platform with Exynos3110 (2010' Springl)
ODROID-S : An affordable Mobile development platform with Exynos3110 (2010' Summer)
ODROID-7 : E-Book/CNS development platform with Exynos3110 (2010' Fall)
ODROID-A : The world first Dual-core & 3G modem integrated tablet development platform with Exynos4210 (2011' Spring)
ODROID-PC : Internet TV and Smart Set-top box development platform with Exynos4210 (2011' Winter)
ODROID-A4 : Palm sized Handheld Mobile & Media player development platform with Exynos4210 (2012' Spring)
ODROID-Q : The world first ARM Quad-Core integrated tablet development platform with Exynos4412 (2012' Summer)
ODROID-X : The world lowest cost ARM Quad-Core development board with Exynos4412 (2012' Summer)
ODROID-X2 : The upgrade version of ODROID-X with 1.7GHz Exynos4412 Prime and 2GB RAM(2012' Fall)
ODROID-U2 : The upgrade version of ODROID-U with 1.7GHz Exynos4412 Prime and 2GB RAM (2012' Winter)
ODROID-XU : The world lowest cost ARM Octa-Core big.LITTLE board computer with Exynos5410 (2013' Summer)
ODROID-U3 : The upgrade version of ODROID-U2 with 1.7GHz Exynos4412 Prime and 2GB RAM (2013' Winter)
ODROID-XU3 : The world's first HMP enabled ARM Octa-Core big.LITTLE board computer with Exynos5422 (2014' Summer)
ODROID-W : The world's first Raspberry Pi software compatible miniature computing module based on BCM2835 SoC (2014' Summer)
ODROID-C1 : The world's most affordable ARM Quad Core board computer (2014' Winter)

Our development boards are listed on the official. Samsung homepage

Getting Started

References

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