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accessory:display:vu_series:vu5a:vu5a [2018/05/11 10:17]
joy.cho [ODROID-VU-5-A]
accessory:display:vu_series:vu5a:vu5a [2019/05/24 11:06]
joy.cho [Software Setting - Android]
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 === Option 1 === === Option 1 ===
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 \\ \\
 With this option, there is few space between C2/C1+ board and VU5A to connect a speaker.\\ With this option, there is few space between C2/C1+ board and VU5A to connect a speaker.\\
 So, when you use the speaker with VU5A, we recommend Option 2. So, when you use the speaker with VU5A, we recommend Option 2.
 === Option 2 === === Option 2 ===
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 ===== Audio Features ===== ===== Audio Features =====
 With VU5A, you can enjoy sound with a stereo speaker or an audio earjack. \\ With VU5A, you can enjoy sound with a stereo speaker or an audio earjack. \\
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 ** Please note that the speaker output turns off when an earjack is plugged in. ** ** Please note that the speaker output turns off when an earjack is plugged in. **
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
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 ===== Software Setting - Ubuntu ===== ===== Software Setting - Ubuntu =====
 === [ ODROID-XU4 ] === === [ ODROID-XU4 ] ===
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 # - DVI Mode (disables sound over HDMI as per DVI compat) # - DVI Mode (disables sound over HDMI as per DVI compat)
 # setenv vout "​dvi"​ # setenv vout "​dvi"​
 +</​code>​
 +
 +=== [ ODROID-N2 ] ===
 +In case of ODROID-N2, display auto detection logic can detect the hdmi resolution and vout option by default.\\
 +So you don't need to edit boot.ini but just keep **display_autodetect** as **true**.
 +<code ini>
 +# Auto Detection of Monitor settings based on your Screen information
 +setenv display_autodetect "​true"​
 +</​code>​
 +
 +If it doesn'​t work with display auto detection mode, please try manual mode.
 +<code ini>
 +# Auto Detection of Monitor settings based on your Screen information
 +setenv display_autodetect "​false"​
 +
 +# HDMI Mode
 +# Resolution Configuration
 +
 +# setenv hdmimode "​1080p60hz"​
 +setenv hdmimode “800x480p60hz”
 +
 +### voutmode : hdmi or dvi
 +setenv voutmode "​hdmi"​
 +# setenv voutmode "​dvi"​
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
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 setenv fb_y_res "​480"​ setenv fb_y_res "​480"​
 setenv hdmi_phy_res "​800x480p60hz"​ setenv hdmi_phy_res "​800x480p60hz"​
 +</​code>​
 +=== [ ODROID-N2 Android 9.0.0 ] ===
 +In case of ODROID-N2, display auto detection mode can adjust hdmi resolution and vout mode by default.\\
 +So you don't need to edit boot.ini.\\
 +<code ini>
 +# Display Auto Detection
 +# "​false"​ or "​true"​
 +setenv display_autodetect "​true"​
 +</​code>​
 +
 +If it doesn'​t work with display auto detection mode, please try manual mode.
 +<code ini>
 +# Resolution Configuration
 +setenv hdmimode "​800x480p60hz"​
 +# setenv hdmimode "​1080p60hz"​
 +
 +### voutmode : hdmi or dvi
 +setenv voutmode "​hdmi"​
 +# setenv voutmode "​dvi"​
 +
 +# Display Auto Detection
 +# "​false"​ or "​true"​
 +setenv display_autodetect "​false"​
 </​code>​ </​code>​