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Welcome to the wiki of the linux-sunxi community, an open source software community dedicated to Allwinner based devices.

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What is sunxi

sunxi represents the family of ARM SoC (System on Chip) designed for embedded systems, and made by Allwinner Tech. in Zhuhai (Guangdong, China). The most popular sunxi SoC model is the Allwinner A10 and the Allwinner A13. Their predecessor was an ARM9 named Boxchip F20 (sun3i) and their successors are A20 and Allwinner A31. See Allwinner SoC Family for more information.

Community

The sunxi community is a very active and advanced one. For more information, check our linux-sunxi community page. It explains how to get help and how to contact us, and how you can contribute as well.

Allwinner based Devices

Due to the popularity of the Allwinner SoCs, there are literally thousands of different devices out there.

If you are looking for support for your device, please take a look at our guide to identifying your device. If you cannot find your device, then you might need to work through our new device howto.

If you are interested in buying an allwinner based device, then read through our buying guide.

Documentation

Quick reference guide

Software Hardware
BSD
CedarX
  • Used IP cores - used IP cores in current generation of Allwinner devices
  • JTAG on A10 devices through µSD port
  • GPIO - General Purpose Input/Output on devices based on Allwinner SoCs
  • PIO - Programmed input/output (PIO) on devices based on Allwinner SoCs
  • MicroSD Breakout
  • Audio Codec - Audio Codec on devices based on Allwinner SoCs
  • CSI - Camera Sensor Interface on devices based on Allwinner SoCs
  • Cpufreq - cpufreq support on devices based on Allwinner SoCs
  • Wifi - 8192cu dropping connection workaround
  • I2Cdev - I2c communication in the userspace.
  • SPIdev - SPI communication in the userspace.
  • 1-Wire - 1-Wire communication in the userspace.

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This wiki includes some fine tutorials. Please consider improving them.

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