Thanks to  Dmitriy Beykun reply  we  will show  you  the  uart  and  i2c

welcome  to  use  HI802  as a basis for development!    pls  sent  mail to chip3c@gmail.com

UART   TX 3.3V

UART  RX  3.3V


8 Responses so far.


  1. Dmitriy Beykun 说道:

    Thank you! It is always wonderful when developer of the hardware support hacking possibilities.

    Best Regards,
    Dmitriy Beykun

  2. hasan 说道:

    Hi!!!Guys!!!Good developing !!Next we need like this product!

  3. Tim Michals 说道:

    It would be great if Ubuntu could be loaded, or source aviable to get the start on a ubuntu 12.04 or 12.10.
    With i2c, now I can use this stick to drive my quad copter.

    • Dmitriy Beykun 说道:

      freescale supports Linaro and has open mainlined kernel, only thing missing is this particular board support (gpio configuration & etc), but I think we can just reverse that out, it is heavily based on freescale reference design.

  4. [...] would be to use the upcoming Hiapad Hi-802 mini PC ($89) based on Freescale i.MX6Quad and providing easy access to debug ports. Obviously this option offers less flexibility and features than the first 2 [...]

  5. Nanton 说道:

    Could you please post this for the HiAPad too?

  6. [...] of the advantage of HiAPad Hi802 (aka Zealz GK802) is that it provides access to UART and I2C pins via through holes on the board. UART4 Tx and Rx pins give you access to the serial console which is [...]