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Have a look on the [[Hardkernel_ODROID-U2]] page for instructions and to find out what works. The U2 and U3 are so similar that the software is pretty much the same.
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Please see the [[Hardkernel_ODROID-U2]] page for instructions about setting up the device. The U2 and U3 are nearly identical in terms of software, so all setup instructions concerning u-boot and kernel are the same.
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Some small details differ (like routing of USB ports) but for both the vendor or a current mainline kernel this detail doesn't have an effect on the setup.
  
= Identification =
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== Identification ==
  
 
The board name "ODROID-U3" including the revision number is clearly printed on the bottom side of the board (the upper side is where the SoC cooler is located).
 
The board name "ODROID-U3" including the revision number is clearly printed on the bottom side of the board (the upper side is where the SoC cooler is located).
 
= Support =
 
 
== Mainline ==
 
 
=== Mainline u-boot ===
 
 
=== Mainline kernel ===
 
 
 
 
  
 
== Guides ==
 
== Guides ==

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Hardkernel ODROID-U3
Manufacturer Hardkernel
Dimensions 83 x 48 mm
Specifications
SoC Samsung Exynos 4412 Prime
DRAM 2 GiB LPDDR2 @ 880 MHz
Power Maxim MAX77686 power management IC, OnSemi NCP372 power protection IC, DIODES AP2411-MP-13 USB power protection IC, 5V / 2A DC 2.5mm x 0.8mm input
Features
Video Micro-HDMI
Audio Maxim MAX98090, 3.5mm headphone jack, HDMI
Network 10/100 Mbit ethernet via Microchip LAN9730
Storage Micro-SD slot, eMMC module socket
USB (Host/OTG) 3x USB 2.0 Host via Microchip USB3503A, 1x Micro-USB 2.0
Other NXP IP4791CZ12 HDMI transmitter interface protector with level shifter

Please see the Hardkernel_ODROID-U2 page for instructions about setting up the device. The U2 and U3 are nearly identical in terms of software, so all setup instructions concerning u-boot and kernel are the same. Some small details differ (like routing of USB ports) but for both the vendor or a current mainline kernel this detail doesn't have an effect on the setup.

Identification

The board name "ODROID-U3" including the revision number is clearly printed on the bottom side of the board (the upper side is where the SoC cooler is located).

Guides