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Posted at 12/11/2017 15:47:36     
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Firefly first ultra-small open-source board ROC-RK3328-CC, using the RK3328 quad-core A53x4 64-bit processor, the size as a credit card, but contains a strong performance.


DDR4 high-performance memory
DDR4 improve frequency and bandwidth, highly configured frequency and bandwidth improve operating system fluency.



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High-speed data channel USB3.0

USB3.0 transfer speed than traditional USB2.0 upgrades 3 times so that data is unobstructed.

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The ultra-affordable ROC-RK3328-CC is your first choice for exploring the programming world.




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Posted at 12/19/2017 11:55:11     
Hi

Please make sure to keep RK3328 mini SDK updated with latest Rockchip code.
It will also help so users don't report unnecessary bugs that are already fixed.
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Posted at 5 day before     
I ordered a RK-3399 and a 3328-cc.
The Linux distribution for the 3328-cc was some time available in a 64bit edition. But the download was corrupt and the z7 file could not be extracted. I tried to create a baidu login to use theyr download manager but they didn't accept my european mobile number. So I had to ask a chinese friend, to create me a login. At the moment as I had the login, the 64bit distribution wasn't online anymore. Now I check every Day if it's back online.
I don't get why you use baido for RK3328-CC software while you use google drive for the RK-3399. Google Drive just have advantages. download is much faster and more reliable.
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Posted at yesterday 01:19     
To try out my new 3328-cc I installed today the LibreELEC img and set it up. It uses me quite a long time to setup. First I had to find out, how I can expand the partition to use all space of the SD-Card. After that, I was able to install addons, make some config etc. After all I realized, that there is no HDMI Passthrough and therefore no sound on the TV. As Audio output device I just can choose ALSA: Default (rockchip, rk3328 Analog) or PULSE: Default, Bluetooth Audio (PULSEAUDIO). The 3,5mm Audio Jack works but what I need for my setup is HDMI Audio.
How could I get there?
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