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PINE H64 Model

There are two type of PINE H64 models, Click on the model A photo access to the model A main page. For model B, just stays on current page.

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PINE H64 Model B Software and OS Image Downloads

Armbian

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Armbian Debian Stretch Nightly Build(!) [microSD Boot]

  • DD image to microSD card or eMMC module and boot. Highly recommend using Etcher
  • Login with
    • username: root
    • password: 1234
  • To find out more about Armbian and available options please visit their site

LibreELEC(KODI)

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Early Community Image [microSD Boot] [20190324]

  • DD image to microSD card or eMMC module and boot. Highly recommend using Etcher
    • Direct download from LibreELEC
      • File Size: 114MB
      • MD5 (GZip file):24969ecc2ddc3adc62de9d58266b0f6ad0aafdb2c534b69617d83b9f9ee1ec2b
    • FEATURES:
      • mainline kernel & U-Boot
      • completely open source except GPU (Mali) driver
      • latest Kodi
      • HDMI CEC
      • multi channel HDMI audio (correct audio output must be selected)
      • IR receiver
    • Knows issue:
      • Audio drop
      • Get corrupted screen on TV when back BDISO video content
      • Not support embedded subtitle

AOSC

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AOSC Community Build Image with Mate Desktop [microSD Boot] [20190218]

  • To learn more about AOSC, please visit the official AOSC website
  • Known issue: no audio sound output.
  • DD image (for 8GB micoSD card and above)
  • Login with
    • username: aosc
    • password: anthon

AOSC Community Build Image with Mate Desktop [eMMC Boot] [20180216]

  • To learn more about AOSC, please visit the official AOSC website
  • Known issue: no audio sound output.
  • DD image (for 8GB micoSD card and above)
  • Login with
    • username: aosc
    • password: anthon



Android 9.0

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Stock Android 9.0 microSD Card to eMMC 20190523]

  • DD image to microSD card, install eMMC module, plug in muicroSD vard into slot and boot.
    • After power ON the box for 2-3 second, it will start writing the new image to the eMMC with progress bar. Once finished upload to eMMC, take out microSD card and reboot.
  • Highly recommend using Etcher
  • Support 4K HDR playeback
  • non rooted version
  • PINE64 IR mapping not yet implemented
  • Please allow 10-15 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • DD images:

Stock Android 9.0 microSD and eMMC Boot 20190523]

  • Support 4K HDR playeback
  • Highly recommend using Etcher
  • non rooted version
  • PINE64 IR mapping not yet implemented
  • Please allow 20-25 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • DD images:

Stock Android 9.0 Phoenix Card image 20190523]

  • Only use Phoenixcard method as last resort option
  • Select "Start up" as option for SD Card boot
  • Select "Product" as option for "SD Card to eMMC" method
  • non rooted version
  • PINE64 IR mapping not yet implemented
  • Please allow 10-15 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • This process may not everytime build up successfully


Android 7.x

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Stock Android 7.0 microSD Card Boot 20190115]

  • Support 4K HDR playeback
  • Highly recommend using Etcher
  • Please allow 10-15 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • DD images:


Stock Android 7.0 microSD Card to eMMC 20190115]

  • DD image to microSD card, install eMMC module, plug in muicroSD vard into slot and boot.
    • After power ON the box for 2-3 second, it will start writing the new image to the eMMC with progress bar. Once finished upload to eMMC, take out microSD card and reboot.
  • Highly recommend using Etcher
  • Support 4K HDR playeback
  • Please allow 10-15 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • DD images:


Stock Android 7.0 Phoenix Card image 20190115]

  • Only use Phoenixcard method as last resort option
  • Select "Start up" as option for SD Card boot
  • Select "Product" as option for "SD Card to eMMC" method
  • Please allow 10-15 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • This process may not everytime build up successfully





SoC and Memory Specification

  • Based on Allwinner H6

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CPU Architecture

  • Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 [email protected]
  • A power-efficient ARM v8 architecture
  • 64 and 32bit execution states for scalable high performance
  • Trustzone technology supported
  • Support NEON Advanced SIMD (Single Instruction Multiple Data) instruction for acceleration of media and signal processing function
  • Support Large Physical Address Extensions(LPAE)
  • VFPv4 Floating Point Unit
  • 32KB L1 Instruction cache and 32KB L1 Data cache
  • 512KB L2 cache

GPU Architecture

  • ARM Mali T-720MP2 Dual-core GPU
  • Supports OpenGL ES 3.1/3.0/2.0/1.1, OpenCL 1.2/1.1
  • Supports ATSC (Adaptive Scalable Texture Compression)
  • Supports FAST(4x)FSAA, IO Coherency
  • Floating point operation greater than 70 GFLOPS

System Memory

  • RAM Memory Variants: 1GB, 2GB, and 3GB LPDDR3.
  • Storage Memory: PINE H64 boards have built-in 128Mb SPI Flash memory, use bootable eMMC module, bootable microSD Cards or USB attached storage.


Board Features

Video

  • Digital Video 4KP60 (Type A - full)

Audio

  • 3.5mm stereo earphone/microphone plug

Network

  • 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet
  • WiFi 802.11 b/g/n/ac with Bluetooth 4.0/4.1

Storage

  • microSD - bootable, support SDHC and SDXC, storage up to 256GB
  • USB - 1 USB3.0 Host port and 2 USB2.0 Host port

Expansion Ports

  • RTC - Real Time Clock Battery Connector
  • Wifi/BT Module Header - SDIO 3.0 and UART
  • 2x20 pins "Pi2" GPIO Header


Pine H64 Model B Board Information, Schematics and Certifications

  • Board Dimensions: 85mm x 56mm x 18.8mm
  • Input Power: DC 5V @ 3A, 3.5mm OD/ 1.35mm ID DC jack connector
  • PINE H64 Model B Certification:
    • [Not yet available]

Datasheets for Components and Peripherals


Mali-T720 driver

Here is the good DRM powerpoint presentation by Free Electron: https://free-electrons.com/pub/conferences/2017/kr/ripard-drm/ripard-drm.pdf

Here is the DRM video presentation by Free Electron: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LbDOCJcDRoo

32-bit Wayland MALI Driver:

64-bit Wayland MALI Driver:


Linux BSP SDK

Linux BSP Kernel 4.9

Android SDK

Android Pie 9.0 SDK version 1.0



Other Resources