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List of devices that have been tried on the PinePhone, and the results.
The '''PinePhone''' and '''PinePhone Pro''' is compatible with a wide variety of accessories. A selection can be found here.


== Protection ==
== Protection ==
=== Screen protector ===
=== Screen protector ===
The official screen protector can be found in the Pine64 store under [https://pine64.com/product/pinephone-tempered-glass-screen-protector/?v=0446c16e2e66 PinePhone Tempered Glass Screen Protector].
The official screen protector can be found in the Pine64 store under [https://pine64.com/product/pinephone-tempered-glass-screen-protector/?v=0446c16e2e66 PinePhone Tempered Glass Screen Protector].


Most screen protectors for the iPhone 11 Pro Max and the iPhone XS Max fit the PinePhone (if the top notch is not obscured by a black foil or similar).
Most screen protectors for the iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone XS Max and Huawei Y7 (2018) fit the PinePhone if the top notch is not obscured by a black foil or a similar obstruction.


=== Case ===
=== Case ===
The Pine store has official cases:
* [https://pine64.com/?product=pinephone-hard-protective-case&v=0446c16e2e66 PinePhone Hard Protective Case]
* [https://pine64.com/product/pinephone-soft-tpu-protective-case PinePhone Soft TPU Protective Case]


The Pine store got official cases:
Tight-fit cases of other phones can't be used with the PinePhone because most times the proportions and/or camera notch won't fit. The phone can however be used with most "phone sleeves", such as those from fitBAG. The sleeve from fitBAG for the Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro fits the PinePhone tightly.


* [https://pine64.com/?product=pinephone-hard-protective-case&v=0446c16e2e66 PinePhone Hard Protective Case]
== Add-ons ==
* [https://pine64.com/?product=pinephone-soft-tpu-protective-case-reduce-digital-gap-donation-program&v=0446c16e2e66 PinePhone Soft TPU Protective Case - "Reduce Digital Gap" Donation Program]
The PinePhone and PinePhone Pro can be extended by replacing the default back cover with custom accessory connecting to the pogo pins on the phone's midsection. Currently the keyboard case, the fingerprint reader, the wireless charging case and the PineDio LoRa case is available. Details can be found under:
 
* [[PinePhone (Pro) Add-ons]]
* [[PinePhone (Pro) Keyboard]]
 
== Community-built accessory ==


Tight-fit cases of other phones can't be alienated for the PinePhone due as most times the proportions and/or camera notch won't fit. The phone can however also be used with "phone sleeves", such as those from fitBAG. The sleeve from fitBAG for the Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro is fitting the PinePhone very tightly.
The following accessory is made by the community:


* [https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4654013 PinePhone Development Stand at Thingverse]
* [https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4658870 PinePhone Hard Case by _The3DmaN_ at Thingverse]
* [https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5238124 PinePhone TPU Case by _The3DmaN_ at Thingverse]
* [https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4651177 PinePhone Hard Case by blitzaxt at Thingverse]


== Peripheral equipment ==
== Peripheral equipment ==
'''Note: if you tested any of the listed entries with an "Unknown" in any column, please feel encouraged to fill it in.''' (Even if you aren't the original tester who originally added the row!)
=== Hubs ===
USB hubs do not require a custom driver and are therefore expected to be compatible with the PinePhone, as long as they are within the USB specification. On revisions the PinePhone mainboard revisions v1.1 and v1.2 the VCONN fix is required, on v1.2a and later the USB hub should work out of the box, see [[PinePhone#Hardware revisions]].
 
=== Bluetooth devices ===
In general, Bluetooth should be working. However, due to the audio setup on the PinePhone and PinePhone Pro being complicated due to the dynamic rerouting needed for phone calls.


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!Name || Product type || Bluetooth version || Result || Tested OS || Kernel version || Notes
!Type || Make/Model || Connected<br> via || Hardware IDs || Result || Tested OS || Tested PinePhone HW (1.2, 1.2a, ...) || Notes
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|USB-C Hub || [https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32954358411.html AliExpress 5-1 USB-C Hub] || USB-C ||  05e3:0626 hub || PD not working,<br>rest not working yet  ||UBPorts/pmOS || Unknown || HDMI, GBit eth, 2xUSB-3, USB-C PD <br> [http://www.sympato.ch/~dryak/files/usbc-dock.jpg image]
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|Bluetooth Keyboard || Unknown(? maybe this entry should be removed) || Bluetooth || -- || No pairing via ui, but functional via terminal || pmOS || Unknown || [https://wiki.postmarketos.org/wiki/PINE64_PinePhone_(pine64-pinephone)#Bluetooth Instructions]
| Beats Powerbeats Pro || Headset || TBD || Works || Ubuntu Touch || 5.6 || Working
|-
|-
|USB-C Hub || [https://www.tsbohemia.cz/umax-u-connect-type-c-multiport-h7_d350000.html UMAX U-Connect Type-C Multiport H7] || USB-C || - || USB-A ports, PD, HDMI works, SD card reader not enumerating on PP with removed VCONN switches (may need VCONN)  || Arch Linux || Unknown || HDMI, 3xUSB-3, USB-C PD, SD reader
| Sony WH-CH510 || Headset || TBD || Works || Mobian || 5.9 || Audio works with A2DP profile, when using HSP/HFP only loud noise appears, unable to make calls and talk via headphones microphone
|-
|-
|USB-C Soundcard || [https://store.google.com/?srp=/product/usb_c_headphone_adapter Google Pixel USB-C to 3.5mm adapter] || USB-C ||  18d1:5029 || Works, recognized as usb soundcard, but only if a cable is plugged in  || pmOS || Unknown ||
| Sony WH-1000XM3 || Headset || TBD || Works || Manjaro || 5.11.3-1 || Audio works. Have not tested yet to make calls and talk via headphones microphone
|-
|-
| Sony WH-1000XM4 || Headset || TBD || Works || Manjaro || 5.14.17-1 || Audio works with A2DP profile, LDAC profile does not showup. Have not tested yet to make calls and talk via headphones microphone
|-
|-
|USB-C Hub || [https://www.anker.com/products/variant/powerexpand--7in1-usbc-pd-ethernet-hub/A83520A1 Anker PowerExpand+ 7-in-1 USB-C PD Ethernet Hub] || USB-C || -- || USB Ports and HDMI Port work, can charge while using this device (needs VCONN HW mod)  || [https://wiki.mobian-project.org/doku.php?id=mods Mobian] || Unknown || HDMI, USB3, Ethernet, PD-USBC, SD Card, Micro SD Card
| MPOW-059 || Headset || TBD || Works || Ubuntu Touch || 5.6 || Works fine most of the time, but occasionally disconnects when the phone is doing a CPU intensive task
|-
|-
|USB-C Hub || [https://www.dell.com/support/article/en-us/sln296829/how-to-use-and-troubleshoot-dell-docking-station-wd15?lang=en Dell WD-15 Docking station] || USB-C || 0424:2807 || USB Ports and charging works. Audio sinks and DP status changes are detected (needs VCONN HW mod and ANX firmware) || pmOS || Unknown || HDMI, VGA and DP might work after a kernel update. ANX firmware is needed for charging after VCONN mod.
| Apple Airpods Pro || Headset || TBD || Works || Mobian || 5.9 || Works fine, but when you are only using one ear bud and decide to use the other one, it'll disconnect and will start sending audio through the internal speaker. It also doesnt work for phone calls
|-
|USB-C Hub || [https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/mobile/accessory/hd-500/specifications Microsoft HD-500 Dock] || USB-C || -- || USB Hub, Display Out, and Power Delivery all works. (needs VCONN HW mod and ANX firmware) || [https://wiki.mobian-project.org/doku.php?id=mods Mobian] || Unknown ||
|-
|USB-C Hub || [https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-elite-x3-lap-dock/12088822/document/c05320203 HP Elite x3 LapDock] || USB-C || -- || Dock display, keyboard/trackpad, and Power Delivery all works. (needs VCONN HW mod and ANX firmware) || [https://wiki.mobian-project.org/doku.php?id=mods Mobian] || Unknown || Haven't tested micro-HDMI port or the internal USB-C hub.
|-
|USB-C Hub || [https://www.kjell.com/se/produkter/dator/mac-tillbehor/plexgear-multiadapter-for-usb-c-med-7-anslutningar-p62099 Plexgear 7-port multi adapter with PD and SD-card reader] || USB-C || USB-hub: 0bda:5411 (RTS5411); Ethernet: 0bda:8153 (RTL8153); SD-card reader: 05e3:0749; Audio: 0c76:161f; 2109:0102; 0c76:161f || Everything seems to work. PD, 3x USB 2.0 ports, ethernet, HDMI, SD-card, audio. || Arch Linux || 1.2 with VCONN mod (CC switches removed) ||
|-
|-
|}
|}
 
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[[Category:PinePhone]]
[[Category:PinePhone]]

Latest revision as of 15:27, 8 February 2022

The PinePhone and PinePhone Pro is compatible with a wide variety of accessories. A selection can be found here.

Protection

Screen protector

The official screen protector can be found in the Pine64 store under PinePhone Tempered Glass Screen Protector.

Most screen protectors for the iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone XS Max and Huawei Y7 (2018) fit the PinePhone if the top notch is not obscured by a black foil or a similar obstruction.

Case

The Pine store has official cases:

Tight-fit cases of other phones can't be used with the PinePhone because most times the proportions and/or camera notch won't fit. The phone can however be used with most "phone sleeves", such as those from fitBAG. The sleeve from fitBAG for the Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro fits the PinePhone tightly.

Add-ons

The PinePhone and PinePhone Pro can be extended by replacing the default back cover with custom accessory connecting to the pogo pins on the phone's midsection. Currently the keyboard case, the fingerprint reader, the wireless charging case and the PineDio LoRa case is available. Details can be found under:

Community-built accessory

The following accessory is made by the community:

Peripheral equipment

Hubs

USB hubs do not require a custom driver and are therefore expected to be compatible with the PinePhone, as long as they are within the USB specification. On revisions the PinePhone mainboard revisions v1.1 and v1.2 the VCONN fix is required, on v1.2a and later the USB hub should work out of the box, see PinePhone#Hardware revisions.

Bluetooth devices

In general, Bluetooth should be working. However, due to the audio setup on the PinePhone and PinePhone Pro being complicated due to the dynamic rerouting needed for phone calls.