Banana Pi BPI-M2U/Berry New Image Release: Raspbian jessie 8.0 2018-5-24

(ZB) #1

Banana Pi BPI-M2U/Berry New Image Release: Raspbian jessie 8.0 V1.1

1.About this release

  • This release is for banana pi M2U/Berry board , and it is based on Raspbian jessie 8.0 operation system with kernel 3.10.108.

2.What’s new in this release

  • Wi-Fi client supported

  • GMAC supported (TCP: 850M/s, UDP: 1M/s)

  • Bluetooth (with bluetoothctl) supported

  • IR function supported (getevent)

  • Camara ov5640: ffmpeg/cap/guvcview supported

  • HDMI 480P & 720P & 1080P supported

  • 1080P mpv supported

  • WringPi supported

  • OTG adbd is supported

  • SATA interface supported

  • LCD 7" supported

3.Known limitations

  • Ap mode is unstable

4.Image link:



(Олександр Кузьменко) #2

Thanks. GPU support still dead?))

(ZB) #3

Hello,could you please tell me,what do you test for GPU?

If you want to use GPU, A20 with ubuntu image will support it.


doest it have support for mipi DSI?

(ZB) #5

YES,it does,please see here:

#6 im using this display. I see that pins are not the same order but i can make board to make pin remapping. Is it possible to power screen trough mipi port because screen have Power Consumption Logic 0.65 W (Max) @ White pattern Frame rate 60Hz BL System 2.8 W (Max) @ Black pattern w/o LED driver

THIS IS BANANA PI DSI PINOUT What is PS pins on mipi port of BPI. Power supply pins(+5vdc) or ?

and this is this screen pinout

(ashzero) #7

hi, does this support qemu installation? how to load the kvm module?

(ZB) #8

Hello, what’s the progress now? Did you meet any problems?


i have connect all voltages need for display to work and mipi data lines and clock line from bpi m2 berry and i dont have image. can you say which os to write on sd card and how to configure to work with display which i have postend on early post on this topic

(ZB) #10

Hello, you could use bpi-bootsel to change boot.

Firstly, input “bpi-bootsel”, you will see a list of boot.

then find path of the boot “BPI_M2U_LCD7.img.gz”, use bpi-bootsel to change it.

“bpi-bootsel /usr/lib/u-boot/bananapi/bpi-m2u/BPI_M2U_LCD7.img.gz”