1GHz CPU/ 1GB Flash(16bit ECC)/ 512MB RAM/ HDMI/ USB 2.0/ 4.3"LCD/Android 4.0.
Mini210S-SDK43 Includes 4.3" LCD
The Mini210S is our 11 by 11 cm Cortex A8 system that includes the P43 4.3” LCD directly on the board. Keeping with the Sense and Simplicity FriendlyARM philosophy, the neat layout and small size is convenient for a host of applications. The Mini210S has 512 MBytes of DDR2 RAM with full 32 bit data bus, 1 GBytes of SLC NAND Flash (16 bit ECC), and the Samsung S5PV210 System On Chip at 1GHz clock speed. Contact ARMWorks for OEM versions and quantity pricing.
There is a Class D Amplifier, WM8960, that will drive a 1 watt 8 ohm speaker with ease. A mini HDMI connector can drive large displays and signage with graphics that range from static to video at 1080P. USB 2.0 supports cameras among other things, and a header provides for an 8x8 keyboard matrix. Power circuits provide for low power standby modes. The price/performance makes the Mini210S a great candidate for the Internet of Things, Kiosks, Smart Home, Scientific Instrumentation, Automotive applications, and any embedded requirements that will benefit from Internet connections.
The mature Superboot system lets you update or completely reprogram the system from a specially prepared SD card. No laptop or other equipment needed!
CPU processor - SOC (System On Chip)
Samsung S5PV210, based on the ARM Cortex ™-A8, running at 1GHz
High-performance graphics engine built-in. PowerVR SGX540
2D/3D graphics acceleration for supper smooth real-time graphics.
Supports up to 1080p @ 30fps hardware decoding and smooth video playback, using MPEG4, H.263, H.264.
Supports up to 1080p @ 30fps hardware encoding (Mpeg-2/VC1,) video input.
DDR2 RAM memory
Full width 32 bit data bus, single-channel
SLC NAND Flash: 1GB (Standard)
Supports SLC NAND Flash: 256M/512M/1GB (OEM optional)
LCD: 41Pin, 1.0mm pitch, same as Mini2440/Mini6410 displays.
Touch pad support with one I2C and 3-way interrupts, 1 PWM output
MiniHDMI HD connector (Type C)
The LCD controller supports from 3.5 inches to 12.1 inches with screen resolution up to 1024x768.
Network (including wireless)
10/100M Ethernet RJ45 interface (using DM9000AEP)
Standard interface resources
DB9 serial RS232 five lines (shares four pin TTL level serial COM 0)
Mini USB 2.0 Slave OTG interface
USB through the 2.0mm interface header
1 channel 3.5mm stereo audio output interface
On board microphone
External speaker interface (direct drive 8Ω 1W speaker)
USB Host 2.0 interface
Standard MicroSD card socket
5V DC voltage input
I2C-EEPROM chip (256byte), mainly used to test the I2C bus
4 LED (green)
4 Push buton switches
One Pot on ADC conversion input 0 for test.
1 PWM buzzer.
On board battery backed real-time clock.
External expansion interface resources
4 serial connectors: TTL level, 2.0mm spacing;
CON1, CON2 six-wire serial port - includes 5V and Gnd.
CON3, CON4 four-wire serial port - includes 5V and Gnd
JTAG interface: 10pin 2.0mm pitch
LCD interface: 41pin 1.0mm pitch Chip Block
MIPI interface: 24pin 2.0mm pitch pin header
SDIO interface: 20pin 2.0mm pitch
Access for SD WiFi, SDIO includes SPI and I2C interfaces
CMOS camera interface: 20pin 2.0mm pitch.
8x8 matrix keyboard interface: 20pin 2.0mm pitch
GPIO interface: 30pin, 2.0mm pitch
Additional AD input, interrupts, I2S, I2C, SPI
PWM port, digital input/output
Size: 110 x 110(mm)
Software support (see the detailed features described later)
Linux-2.6.35 + Qtopia-2.2.0/Qt-4.4.3/Qt-4.7
Android 2.3 (Linux-2.6.35 kernel)
Android 4.0 (Linux-3.0 kernel, only to provide the programming file)
Linux System Features (The text below is undergoing edits to fix up the English)
A complete Linux system to support the three Qt graphics systems (Qtopia. QT4, QT/E) with support for HDMI output (including audio and video).
The Mini210 universal kernel will automatically detect the armv7 instruction set and support the hardware floating-point.
TF card offline fast programming
Superboot specifically customized for enterprise users, not open source
TF card off-line programming YAFFS2 format image files
LCD display hardware configuration information and a programming progress bar.
Automatic identification MMC / NAND start
Programming tool for the SD-Flasher supports WindowsXP/Vist/Windows7
Linux kernel -- Version: Linux-126.96.36.199
YAFFS2/CRAMFS/NFS/UBIFS/NFS/FAT32 file system formats
Source code provided for:
Kernel with Watchdog driver
Samsung original BSP RTC driver
Samsung original BSP 4 LED driver
FriendlyArm 8 user key driver
FriendlyArm, Mini210S only use four of them
Source code, the kernel's built, unauthenticated
The I2C-the EEPROM driver
Samsung original BSP PWM control buzzer driver
Friendly arm ADC driver (channel: AIN0)
Friendly arm CPU touch screen controller driver
Samsung original BSP (did not use, see the first-line touch) First-line precision touch driver
Friendly arm LCD backlight driver to support 127 adjustable levels
Friendly arm LCD driver (4.3 ", 5", 7 ", 8", 10 "): support for rotation
Friendly arm boot parameter parameters to select LCD "lcd ="
USB Host Driver: Supports USB, Bluetooth
Samsung original BSP USB Device Driver: support for the USB the ADB
Samsung original BSP SD card driver
Samsung original BSP Four serial port driver
Samsung original BSP Onboard the SD WiFi drive (Marvell8686)
Driver module, a friendly arm transplant
USB WiFi driver: kernel comes with support is not very good for certain types of card
Provide the source code, the kernel comes with the default system does not contain this driver (not used)
USB WiFi driver: USB wireless network card can support more models, more sophisticated
Driver module, the default system already contains the driver (not enabled)
Audio driver (The WM8960: Support recording and playback, the ALSA interface, support for the Class D Power Amplifier)
Friendly arm transplant Ethernet (the DM9000)
Friendly arm transplant FIMC drive
Samsung original BSP JPEG drive
Samsung original BSP MFC multimedia drive
Samsung original BSP CMOS camera driver (OV8650)
Friendly arm transplant HDMI drivers
Samsung original BSP 3D acceleration
Samsung original BSP 2D acceleration
Samsung original BSP USB to serial port driver
kernel has 3G driver: FriendlyARM USB to serial port driver
FriendlyARM adapted Graphics systems: (With run-time support to switch Qt/E and Qt4)
Qtopia-2.2.0 Full source code is divided into two versions for x86 and ARM
Qt/Embedded-4.7.0 Source code for ARM version.
Qt-Extended-4.4.4 Mobile version of Qtopia called Qtopia4, ARM platform source included
Practical test procedures. Source code is not included for these FriendlyARM graphic interface programs.
Graphical interface dialer 3G
Support for more than 100 kinds of USB card, covering WCDMA, CDMA2000, TD-SCDMA network a variety of formats
Support boot with automatically 3G dial-up
GPRS SMS with serial or USB port send and receive text messages
ADC testing procedures
Dynamic display of the ADC conversion results
EEPROM read and write, and very easy to use
Graphical interface of the Ping test, support the permanent Ping and temporary Ping
USB camera testing
Support dynamic preview and take pictures, and support universal USB camera driver
CMOS camera test
Support for dynamic preview also photographed
ALSA interface recording
Watchdog test, Turned on, only to feed the dog in order to ensure that the system does not restart
Graphical interface to the network settings
Can set the IP address, DNS, gateway and other network parameters, and save the settings
128 backlight adjustable
Can set the backlight to turn off time
Support Chinese, English and Japanese language settings
Readily write, Mainly used for the testing of the accuracy of the touch pen
MMC / SD card and USB flash drives automatically mounting and unmounting
Mounted after the USB or SD card icon in the taskbar
Freely in the run-time switch to Qtopia-2.2.0 do not have to restart
Freely in the run-time switch to Qtopia-2.2.0 do not have to restart
Qt4 version of Mplayer player Dingdingyouming is very powerful
Independent HDMI output characteristics
Apply to the Internet TV, smart TV, game consoles and other programs
Details of this page are described later in
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ReggieUK has provided a away to get Google Play and some video players up and running. Thanks Reggie!
installing gapps, google play on the Mini210S Android 4
The mini210S doesn't have google play or the other google apps (gapps) installed, without it you can't access google play (used to be known as android market), there are chinese app. market programs, unfortunately I cannot read chinese (maybe one day?), so getting google play on there is useful for any Western Mini210S developers, easy access to a trusted application source :)
Looking at all of the tutorials and rooting tools, apps, downloads, it's pretty easy to get confused as to exactly what to do, it turns out that getting the 'gapps' package installed on your mini210S is incredibly simple!!
1. download gapps-ics-20120429-signed.apk or .zip from somewhere on the net, google it, cyanogen keep gapps. up to date.
2. Unpack it somewhere (if it's an apk you should still be able to open it with winrar or 7zip etc.) and copy the system folder into a folder called Download on a fat partition on a microSD card, it's about 50MB so pretty much any card will do.
3. connect to your Mini210S via serial console, I use linux and a terminal console app. called minicom, set at 115200 baud, 8N1, you can use con1 with a usb to serial adapter, pin 6 is on the left!! please refer to the UART section of the user manual.
4. Now you've connected to the mini210S we can copy the files we put on the SD card to where they need to be, in your terminal app. do the following and hit enter:
cp -r /sdcard/Download/system/* /system/
5. reboot the mini210S and use google play.
If you go into your apps menu, you should now see google play is present, it's a shopping bag with an arrow head pointing right! Once you've found it, click on it, you should now be presented with a bunch of options like logging in with a google account or signing up. I already had an account, so I used that, I clicked through the login screens adding my google email and password, at that point it tried to connect but seemed to fail, so I rebooted, tried again, seemed to fail, rebooted and it worked, you may or may not need to clear the cache for google play in the apps manager but it seems like rebooting a couple of times is enough.
If you had previously installed flash player, you may need to uninstall it and reinstall it from google play, no idea why it messes with it but after gapps is installed, the iplayer website complains that I needed flash installing.
To get Flash player working, check the blog herre.