Modifying Kernel for UART Configuration on DragonBoard™ 410c
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to make kernel changes and rebuild to configure low-speed UART on the DragonBoard™ 410c featuring the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 410E processor, which in this video is running Android.
Using GPIOs on low speed connector on DragonBoard™ 410c
In this tutorial where we are running Android, you’ll learn how to export and toggle the GPIO pins on the DragonBoard 410c, featuring the Qualcomm Snapdragon 410E processor. We’ll end the tutorial showing you how to use the GPIO pins to connect and blink an LED.
Loading Linux-based Ubuntu on DragonBoard™ 410c
This tutorial shows you how to flash Linux based on Ubuntu on the DragonBoard 410c, which featured the Qualcomm Snapdragon 410E processor. You’ll need a micro SD card of at least 1GB for these easy flashing instructing.
Interfacing I2C Grove Digital Light Sensor on DragonBoard 410c
This tutorial video provides a detailed step-by-step process for how to Interface an I2C sensor and make kernel changes for the DragonBoard 410c, which features the Qualcomm Snapdragon 410E processor.
96 Boards Open Hours: DragonBoard 410c Video Series
Part 1 (Out of the box)
This OpenHours video highlights the out of box experience for a new DragonBoard 410c. The video also reviews how to flash a new operating system using the SD card installation method and concludes with questions from the community
Part 2 (Demo with Lawrence King)
This episode of OpenHours introduces Lawrence King as one of the core creators of the DragonBoard 410c. Lawrence talks briefly about his background, the history of the DB410c, as well as his role in its development. After the interview, there is a demo of a "Breaker Ball" game in which Lawrence breaks down the different layers of code and 96Boards hardware used to bring this game to life.
Part 3 (Live at Linaro Connect)
This episode of OpenHours was recorded live at the Linaro Connect event in Las Vegas, Nevada. A panel of developers, engineers, community members, and 96Boards team members are together on stage to take questions from a room full of attendees as well as an online global audience.