I checked my BOLT (currently has Win10).
Device Manager showed there is a TPM 2.0 device.
From BIOS setting, under the "Security" tab, there is...
Just checked the details using "USB Tree View".
All these 4 exposed ports (two type-A and two type-C ports) are USB 3.1 Gen 1.
That is, they are...
Please use the correct TRRS pinout (two versions)...
Generic accessories sold from a store, including UDOO, such as USB hub may come from various sources depend on parts availability and evolution....
Don't understand, there is no USB hub on that SBC, unless you are talking about using an external USB 3.x hub.
It is correct.
Speedwise, they should be classic USB 3.1 (5 Gbps.) Don't know if there will be degradation or not. However, as you can see on...
Please see this thread
See this thread for a similar SBC board from UDOO for inspirations:
Okay. Some additional info:
PIXY2 links to Arduino via SPI.
Processor: NXP LPC4330, 204 MHz, dual core
Image sensor: Aptina...
It's most likely due to no bootable media.
Try to use a bootable USB flash drive (e.g., Windows installation on USB flash drive or a Ubuntu flash...
You'll have to find your HDMI monitor's supported resolution (in its EDID profile.)
A commecial HDMI monitor will support several.
Per Manual, it's 19V +- 5%.
Also, understanding Sleep States:
HDD LED is for SATA activity only.
For Yellow LED (Power LED for sleep), please try various sleep state.
The most obvious one is to get the "S5...
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