Allows easier interfacing of the A20 board by displays with VGA port connector (very useful if you lack HDMI screen). The signals from the small one-row 6-pin connector are lead to three-row 15 pin standard VGA
- I connect this fine cable to the A20 board and then the cable to my VGA-compatible TV set, then I power the board and a LED turns on but there is no output on the TV. Where I did wrong?
- You need to download a special Android image (to the NAND or the SD card) that has the proper VGA setting; alternatively if aiming for Debian you would have to use the resolution script to set the settings for VGA screen. More information and how-to might be found at the wiki article: A20-OLinuXino-MICRO wiki
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