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ODROID-T & -S & -7 & -E7 project

1.1 Introduction


Odroid-T is a project dedicated to delivering Tablet entertainment devices with Android. HardKernel will sell the Odroid-T devices to developers.

The Odroid-T is a tablet development platform that enables Integrators, Developers and OEMs to create customized applications and Android environment.

Developers and OEMs can purchase the Odroid-T Developer Edition with Android 2.2 and then download FREE firmware updates in the future.

Please note that the Odroid-T is a development platform and its specifications are subject to change without notice and it may include Beta and Pre-Release software. As such it is not designed for end-users.

1.2 Hardware Information

Full schematics are stored in the Odroid memory card.

1.2.1 Block diagram

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1.2.2 CPU Board


CPU : Samsung S5PC110 Cortex-A8 1Ghz with 512KB L2 cache, 3D Accelerator : SGX540 (up to 20M triangles/s and 1000M pixels/s)

We found the User's manual of S5PC110 in this link. If this link is broken please let us know. http://pdadb.net/download/samsung_s5pc110_manual_en.rar


Memory : OneNAND 512MB and Mobile DDR 512MB in POP mounting method.

PMIC : contains 3 Step-down DC/DCs and 9 LODs from Maxim-IC.

ETC: 200pin board-to-board connector for extension, RTC backup capacitor

1.2.2.1 CPU Board components

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1.2.2.2 Board to Board connector location data



This data is useful for designing your own base board. Please consider connector J1 of CPU board should be matching to J1 of Base board.

1.2.2.3 Board to Board connector pin map

pin# Ball nameFunctionCMT pin# Ball nameFunctionCMT
J1-1 - LDO9 PMIC J1-50 - GND GND
J1-2 - LDO9 PMIC J1-49 - GND GND
J1-3 - LDO9 PMIC J1-48 - GND GND
J1-4 XspiMISO[0] SPI_0_MISO - J1-47 XspiMOSI[0] GPB[3] -
J1-5 XspiCSn0 SPI_0_nSS - J1-46 Xmmc1CLK SD_1_CLK -
J1-6 XspiCLK[0] SPI_0_CLK - J1-45 Xmmc1DATA[1] SD_1_DATA[1] -
J1-7 Xmmc0CDn SD_0_CDn - J1-44 Xmmc0CLK GPSD_0_CLK -
J1-8 Xmmc1DATA[0] SD_1_DATA[0] - J1-43 Xmmc1DATA[3] SD_1_DATA[3] -
J1-9 Xmmc0DATA[1] SD_0_DATA[1] - J1-42 Xmmc1DATA[2] SD_1_DATA[2] -
J1-10 Xmmc0DATA[0] SD_0_DATA[0] - J1-41 Xmmc1CDn SD_1_CDn -
J1-11 Xmmc1CMD SD_1_CMD - J1-40 Xmmc0DATA[3] SD_0_DATA[3] -
J1-12 Xmmc0CMD SD_0_CMD - J1-39 XuCTSn[0] UART_0_CTSn -
J1-13 Xmmc0CMD SD_0_DATA[2] - J1-38 XuRTSn[0] UART_0_RTSn -
J1-14 XdacOUT[0] GPXdacOUT[0] - J1-37 XuTXD[0] UART_0_TXD -
J1-15 XuRXD[1] UART_1_RXD - J1-36 XuTXD[1] UART_1_TXD -
J1-16 XuRXD[0] UART_0_RXD - J1-35 XuRXD[2] UART_2_RXD -
J1-17 Xmmc3CDn GPG3[2] - J1-34 - GND GND
J1-18 Xmmc3DATA[2] GPG3[5] - J1-33 Xmmc2CLK SD_2_CLK -
J1-19 XpwmTOUT[0] GPD0[0] - J1-32 Xmmc3CLK GPG3[0] -
J1-20 Xmmc3DATA[0] GPG3[3] - J1-31 Xmmc2DATA[3] SD_2_DATA[3] -
J1-21 XuRXD[0] UART_0_RXD - J1-30 Xmmc2DATA[2] SD_2_DATA[2] -
J1-22 XuRXD[0] UART_0_RXD - J1-29 Xmmc2DATA[1] SD_2_DATA[1] -
J1-23 XuRXD[0] UART_0_RXD - J1-28 Xmmc2DATA[0] SD_2_DATA[0] -
J1-24 XuRXD[0] UART_0_RXD - J1-27 Xmmc2CMD SD_2_CMD -
J1-25 XuRXD[0] UART_0_RXD - J1-26 Xmmc2CDn SD_2_CDn -
J2-1 XvVD[5] LCD_VD[5] - J2-50 - GND GND
J2-2 XvVD17 LCD_VD17 - J2-49 XhdmiTXCP HDMI_TXCP -
J2-3 XvVD12 LCD_VD12 - J2-48 XhdmiTXCN HDMI_TXCN -
J2-4 XvVD19 LCD_VD19 - J2-47 XhdmiTX0P HDMI_TX0P -
J2-5 XvVD11 LCD_VD11 - J2-46 XhdmiTX0N HDMI_TX0N -
J2-6 XvVCLK LCD_VCLK - J2-45 XhdmiTX1P HDMI_TX1P -
J2-7 XvVD[7] LCD_VD[7] - J2-44 xhdmiTX1N HDMI_TX1N -
J2-8 XvVD22 LCD_VD22 - J2-43 xhdmiTX2P HDMI_TX2P -
J2-9 XvVD14 LCD_VD14 - J2-42 XhdmiTX2N HDMI_TX2N -
J2-10 XvVD15 LCD_VD15 - J2-41 Xpcm0FSYNC GPC1[2] -
J2-11 XXvVD21 LCD_VD21 - J2-40 Xpcm0SIN GPC1[3] -
J2-12 XvVD23 LCD_VD23 - J2-39 Xpcm0SCLK GPC1[0] -
J2-13 XvVD18 LCD_VD18 - J2-38 Xi2sLRCK I2S_0_LRCLK -
J2-14 XvVD13 LCD_VD13 - J2-37 Xpcm0EXTCLK GPC1[1] -
J2-15 XvVD16 LCD_VD16 - J2-36 Xpcm0SOUT GPC1[4] -
J2-16 XvVD[6] LCD_VD[6] - J2-35 Xi2s0SDI I2S_0_SDI -
J2-17 XvVD10 LCD_VD10 - J2-34 Xi2s0SCLK I2S_0_SCLK -
J2-18 XvVD[9] LCD_VD[9] - J2-33 Xi2s0CDCLK I2S_0_CDCLK -
J2-19 XvVD19 LCD_VD19 - J2-32 Xi2s0SDO[0] I2S_0_SD0[0] -
J2-20 XvVD[3] LCD_VD[3] - J2-31 XvVDEN LCd_VDEN -
J2-21 XvVD[2] LCD_VD[2] - J2-30 XvVSYNC LCD_VSYNC -
J2-22 XvVD20 LCD_VD20 - J2-29 XvHSYNC LCD_HSYNC -
J2-23 XvVD[1] LCD_VD[1] - J2-28 XEINT12 HDMI_CEC -
J2-24 XvVD[4] LCD_VD[4] - J2-27 XEINT13 HDMI_HPD -
J2-25 XvVD[0] LCD_VD[0] - J2-26 - GND GND
J3-1 XspiCSN[1] SPI_1_nSS - J3-50 Xi2c0SCL I2C0_Scl -
J3-2 XspiMOSI[1] SPI_1_MOSI - J3-49 Xi2c0SDA I2C0_SDA -
J3-3 XspiMISO[1] SPI_1_MISO - J3-48 XnWRESET XnWRESET -
J3-4 XEINT[3] XEINT[3] - J3-47 - JIGON JIG SW
J3-5 XspiCLK[1] SPI_1_CLK - J3-46 XRTCCLKO RTC_CLKOUT -
J3-6 XEINT[6] GPH0[6] - J3-45 XPWRRGTON XPWRRGTON -
J3-7 XEINT[8] GPH1[0] - J3-44 XOM[3] XOM[3] -
J3-8 XEINT[0] GPH0[0] - J3-43 - EXT RST
J3-9 XOM[1] XOM[1] - J3-42 XEINT18 KP_COL[2] -
J3-10 XOM[2] XOM[2] - J3-41 XEINT[9] GPH1[1] -
J3-11 XEINT[3] GPH0[3] - J3-40 XEINT25 KP_ROW[1] -
J3-12 XEINT20 KP_COL[4] - J3-39 XEINT[1] GPH0[1] -
J3-13 XEINT23 KP_COL[7] - J3-38 XEINT[2] GPH0[2] -
J3-14 XEINT10 GPH1[2] - J3-37 XciDATA[1] CAM_A_DATA[1] -
J3-15 XEINT[5] GPH0[5] - J3-36 XEINT27 KP_ROW[3] -
J3-16 XEINT30 KP_ROW[6] - J3-35 XEINT29 KP_ROW[5] -
J3-17 XOM[4] XOM[4] - J3-34 XOM[5] XOM[5] -
J3-18 XEINT[7] GPH0[7] - J3-33 - LDO4 PMIC
J3-19 XEINT16 XEINT16 - J3-32 - LDO6 PMIC
J3-20 XEINT19 KP_COL[3] - J3-31 - LDO7 PMIC
J3-21 XEINT17 KP_COL[1] - J3-30 - XNMR PMIC
J3-22 XEINT31 KP_ROW[7] - J3-29 - PWRON PMIC
J3-23 - BAT IN Bat + J3-28 - GND GND
J3-24 - BAT IN Bat + J3-27 - GND GND
J3-25 - BAT IN Bat + J3-26 - GND GND
J4-1 - GND GND J4-50 Xi2c2SCL I2C2_SCL -
J4-2 - GND GND J4-49 XciDATA[6] CAM_A_DATA[6] -
J4-3 - GND GND J4-48 XciDATA[7] CAM_A_DATA[7] -
J4-4 XEINT21 KP_COL[5] - J4-47 XciDATA[4] CAM_A_DATA[4] -
J4-5 XEINT24 KP_ROW[0] - J4-46 XciDATA[3] CAM_A_DATA[3] -
J4-6 XEINT26 KP_ROW[2] - J4-45 XciCLKenb CAM_A_CLKOUT -
J4-7 XEINT22 KP_COL[6] - J4-44 XciDATA[5] CAM_A_DATA[5] -
J4-8 XEINT28 KP_ROW[4] - J4-43 XciFIELD CAM_A_FIELD -
J4-9 XciDATA[2] CAM_A_DATA[2] - J4-42 XciHREF CAM_A_HREF -
J4-10 Xi2c1SDA I2C1_SDA - J4-41 XciDATA[0] CAM_A_DATA[0] -
J4-11 XciPCLK CAM_A_PCLK - J4-40 XuhostOVERCUR XuhostOVERCUR -
J4-12 Xi2c1SCL I2C1_SCL - J4-39 XuotgDP XuotgDP -
J4-13 XpwmTOUT[2] GPD0[2] - J4-38 XuotgDM XuotgDM -
J4-14 - GND GND J4-37 XuhostPWREN XuhostPWREN -
J4-15 XciVSYNC CAM_A_VSYNC - J4-36 XuotgDRVVBUS XuotgDRVVBUS -
J4-16 XuotgID XuotgID - J4-35 XuRXD[2] UART_2_RXD -
J4-17 XuotgVBUS XuotgVBUS - J4-34 XuhostDP XuhostDP -
J4-18 XuRXD[3] UART_3_RXD - J4-33 XuhostDM XuhostDM -
J4-19 XadcAIN[7] AIN[7] - J4-32 Xi2c2SDA I2C2_SDA -
J4-20 XadcAIN[6] AIN[6] - J4-31 XuTXD[2] UART_2_TXD -
J4-21 XjTRSTn XjTRSTn - J4-30 XuTXD[3] UART_3_TXD -
J4-22 XjTDI XjTDI - J4-29 XadcAIN[9] AIN[9] -
J4-23 XjTDO XjTDO - J4-28 XadcAIN[8] AIN[8] -
J4-24 - GND GND J4-27 XjTCK XjTCK -
J4-25 - GND GND J4-26 XjTMS XjTMS -

1.2.3 Base Board


LCD : 10.1inch 1366x768 resolution with 18bit LVDS interface
(Activated resolution is 1360x768 due to limitation of GPU)

Touch screen : Capacitive dual point touch input

USB2.0 HS Host : Connect various external accessories such as GPS, camera, keyboard, external HDD, etc

MicroSD Card Slot : 2Gbyte T-flash(removable) memory card for system area of Boot Loader, Kernel and Android.

SDHC Card Slot : 4Gbyte Standard SDHC card for user storage

Mini HDMI : Standard type-C HDTV, support up to 1920 x 1080 resolution

IO(TTA20) : USB, Battery charging and Serial port for system monitoring

WiFi/BT Combo Module : Marvell 8686 & CSR BC4-ROM

Audio CODEC : WM8991 is a highly integrated low power hi-fi CODEC from Wolfson

Acceleration Sensor: Digital 3-axial acceleration sensor from Bosch Sensortec

Geomagnetic Sensor: Digital 3-axial geomagnetic sensor(e-compass) from Yamaha corporation

Power : Charger with power-path control, DC/DC for wireless devices, Step-up DC/DC for LCD-backlight/USB-host

LVDS transmitter : converts RGB data into LVDS(Low Voltage Differential Signaling) data streams.

1.2.3.1 Base Board components

* button description is wrong in this picture. Back-Menu-Home is right.
tfront.jpg
tback.jpg

* LCD datasheet. @LP101WH1-TLB1_Final_CAS__20090206.pdf (460.97 KB)

2 Development Setup

Caution: To use the debug board, user must connect the DC power supply.
7envi2.jpg

s_OdroidT_front.jpg

To change the kernel or root file system, T-flash(micro-SD) should be removed and connected to host PC.
s_OdroidT_rear.jpg

3 T-flash sector map for Odroid-S & T

Odroid-T has 2Gbyte T-flash(removable) memory card for system area. Assume it has 3,862,528 blocks(sectors) and each block has 512bytes.
Area NameSize in bytesFrom(sector #)To(Sector #)Partition Name
Reserved584M26663103862527
EXT4 for Android data1024MB563518266309mmcblkp2
EXT4 for Android system256MB34038563517mmcblkp1
Reserved9MB1540934037
RAM disk3MB926515408
Linux Kernel4MB10739264
U-boot BL2512KB571072
U-boot Envi. variables16KB2556
U-boot BL18KB924
Key code(Secure boot)409618
Partition table / MBR51200


4 T-flash sector map for Odroid-7

Odroid-7 has 4Gbyte T-flash(removable) memory card for system area. Assume it has 7,952,176 blocks(sectors) and each block has 512bytes.
Area NameSize in bytesFrom(sector #)To(Sector #)Partition Name
Reserved20MB79119447952175
FAT32 for Storage3GB16149147911943mmcblkp1
EXT4 for Android data512MB5635181614913mmcblkp3
EXT4 for Android system256MB34038563517mmcblkp2
Reserved9MB1540934037
RAM disk3MB926515408
Linux Kernel4MB10739264
U-boot BL2512KB571072
U-boot Envi. variables16KB2556
U-boot BL18KB924
Key code(Secure boot)409618
Partition table / MBR51200


5 T-flash sector map for Odroid-E7

Odroid-E7 has 4Gbyte T-flash(removable) memory card for system area. Assume it has 7,952,176 blocks(sectors) and each block has 512bytes.
Area NameSize in bytesFrom(sector #)To(Sector #)Partition Name
Reserved20MB79119447952175
FAT32 for Storage3GB16149147911943mmcblkp1
EXT4 for Android data512MB5635181614913mmcblkp3
EXT4 for Android system256MB34038563517mmcblkp2
Reserved9MB1540934037
RAM disk3MB926515408
Linux Kernel4MB10739264
U-boot BL2512KB571072
U-boot Envi. variables16KB2556
U-boot BL18KB924
Key code(Secure boot)409618
Partition table / MBR51200

6 Recovery utility

If your Odroid-T file system is broken or damaged, you can recover the T-flash card with this utility.


Unplug your T-flash from ODROID-T and connect it to your PC.

Note: This software is compatible with only Windows-XP. Perform enforcement the compatibility mode with Windows-Vista or Windows-7.

7 ADB USB driver for Windows

The Windows XP/VISTA ADB device driver for application developers can be found here.

8 User's manual


For Odroid-S users. @User_Manual_ENG_odroids.pdf (1.41 MB)

For Odroid-T users. @User_Manual_ENG_odroidT.pdf (3.87 MB)

For Odroid-7 users. @User_Manual_ENG_odroid7.pdf (2.07 MB)



9 ODROID-T & -S & -7 & -E7 Uboot

10 ODROID-T & -S & -7 & -E7 Linux Kernel

11 ODROID-T & -S & -7(froyo) Android

12 ODROID-A & -7 & -E7 & -PC(gingerbread) Android