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Oolite MTK soc Modules upgrade instructions

1 Preparatory work Need installation PL2303_Prolific_DriverInstaller_v110.exe serial port driver in the PC。 Right-click the desktop “computer” icon.       Click “management”                  Click “device manager”,Right side display the following figure.   Look out ‘COM5’ serial port . Open “SecureCRT” in double-click. The first time use,click “quick link”,show in following figure. Select protocol for “Serial”,Port for “COM5”,set… read more »

Minibox-Lte V1.0 Upgrade

Contents  1 Backup  2 Upgrade   Preparatory work: (1)connect lan: The Board IP generally 192.168.1.1,than sure PC ip and the Board IP in the same gateway, open cmd ping 192.168.1.1 -t  sure wether connection 1.Backup (1)Backup by net : 192.168.1.1​ Turn on the Board and login net : 192.168.1.1, by chick and backup the current configuration files… read more »

Oolite V2.1 SPEC

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MiniBox V1.0 SPEC

http://oolite.cn/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Minibox-V1.0_SPEC_EN_V1.0.1.pdf

Minibox-Lte V1.0 China telecom Internet of things card

  Note:If you use the Internet of things card, you need to bind the Internet device IMEI number.The Internet of things card is bound to IMEI number by default when you first get online.If the card changes the device,we need to find the telecommunication customer service to unbind it.Then, without changing any configuration of the… read more »

Oolite-Box V1.0 Upgrade

Contents  1 Backup  2 Upgrade  3.Firmware    Preparatory work: (1)connect lan: The Board IP generally 192.168.1.1,than sure PC ip and the Board IP in the same gateway, open cmd ping 192.168.1.1 -t  sure wether connection (2)(if the Board has the Serial)Serial Connection:the Red wire don’t connect,the Black wire connect ground,the Green wire connect TX,White wire connect RX… read more »

How To Use GPIO to Simulate I2C-Bus

1.Add  kmod-i2c-gpio-custom  # make menuconfig Kernel modules  —>         I2C support  —>                <*> kmod-i2c-gpio-custom.  2.Rebuild the firmware. # make V=s J=8 3.Flash new firmware then insmod module root@OpenWrt:/# insmod i2c-dev [   76.360000] i2c /dev entries driver root@OpenWrt:/# insmod i2c-gpio-custom bus0=0,8,7 [  156.730000] Custom GPIO-based I2C driver… read more »

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