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GPIO Pinout
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Here's a diagram of the Orange Pi GPIO pins


   
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(11-07-2016, 01:30 AM)Sikotik Wrote: Here's a diagram of the Orange Pi GPIO pins
sorry im a complete newb to all of this having received my orange pi one a day ago. but the gpio pins can I just solder my buttons and joysticks to the pins and they will work? or do I need to do something else as well in order for them to work?
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(04-14-2017, 11:51 AM)orangepi guy Wrote:
(11-07-2016, 01:30 AM)Sikotik Wrote: Here's a diagram of the Orange Pi GPIO pins
sorry im a complete newb to all of this having received my orange pi one a day ago. but the gpio pins can I just solder my buttons and joysticks to the pins and they will work? or do I need to do something else as well in order for them to work?

You will need a library of software to write programs to access the GPIO pins. There are two that I know of, one - called
 'orangepi_PC_gpio_pyH3.zip' supports programs written in Python. The other 'WiringOP' supports programs written in C/C++.  A google search should locate them for you.
Hope this helps.
Peter.
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