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PINE A64 is the world's first 64-bit expandable Quad Core 1.2Ghz supercomputer, tablet, media center, and more... starting at just $15.
PINE A64 is the world's first 64-bit expandable Quad Core 1.2Ghz supercomputer, tablet, media center, and more... starting at just $15.
PINE A64 is the world's first 64-bit expandable Quad Core 1.2Ghz supercomputer, tablet, media center, and more... starting at just $15.
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    1. KJT
      Superbacker
      3 days ago

      I still have not received mine too. How should I contact them?

    2. Matteo De Melgazzi 4 days ago

      2 case missing for me...

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      Bharath Bhushan Lohray 6 days ago

      I am still missing my ZWave module.

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      Matt Randolph on April 18

      Still waiting on the add-ons, and at this point I'm thinking I won't ever get them. It's a toss up between this project and the 2 years delayed SmartHalo for the "why I'll never bother with a Kickstarter project again" title.

    5. Jim Stryjecki on April 17

      The people at Pine were very helpful to resolve a problem I had with my board. All works now. Exceptional customer service. Thanks!!!

    6. Poul Jørgensen on April 12

      Any updates from this creator? I only received the board - no IoT-kit, no enclosure, nothing! Come on, is it that hard?

    7. Dominic Wong on April 10

      When i upgraded to android 6 or 7, the icons became so small and buggy that i was unable to use it. netflix or kodi would crash and google play services would also crash. but when i stayed at their lollipop beta version, it there were no such problems...

    8. toriless on April 9

      Truly it is "wise to look somewhere else" as Pine themselves states about their latest rip-off. Spread the word, Pine is lousy company.

    9. toriless on April 9

      Pinebook, launching in February (we did not say which year). Pine continues to deliver 80% bullshit.

    10. toriless on April 9

      @Tom™ - I just use one of my leftovers from switching my phone to smart charger that charges three time as fast as old fashioned static chargers.

    11. toriless on April 9

      Tom - Actually most use transformers and do inversion and filtering instead which is not the same. The frequency is less important since it is all reduced to back ground noise during conversion. This is the simplified explanation. I will not go into gating issues, etc.

    12. toriless on April 9

      @AD - I have had not problems with 1080P only 4K unless HW acceleration is properly set on. What software is being used. Not all software support HW acceleration on some like MX player need to be set with HW on but HW+ off to play correctly. KODI work pretty good as does VLC but neither allow much settings customization but I found KODI does not need them anyway even if it is a bit bloated and try to do to many things in a single piece of software.

    13. Dominic Wong on April 7

      @Tom. Thanks, will try that. My WiFi seem to be acting up recently. It connects for a while, then the signal just drops. My other devices has no problem, so i know its not my router

    14. Adee Tfy on April 7

      I Got mine but it wont change the os Fix this Please.

    15. Stephen Koch on April 3

      I never got the line A64, are you shipping me one? I only got the case without the pine A64...

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      AD on March 31

      The boards been less than stellar and have issues even playing 1080p videos

    17. Ken on March 27

      I'm still waiting the pine64

      :/

    18. Russell Sawyer on March 25

      I received my unit ages ago and I'm still loving the little thing. Thank you for doing the job right. So few do.

    19. Tom™ on March 25

      Sorry, I meant most power supplies automatically switch voltages. The adapter is typically just a 'dumb' unit that allows you to plug it into the mains in whichever country you are in.

    20. Tom™ on March 25

      @Dominic Wong: most adapters automatically switch voltages, and since yours works most of the time, that doesn't seem to be the issue here. More likely, the supplied power supply doesn't have the amperage to power both the Pine64 and whatever peripherals might be attached to it. Get yourself a 5.1V 2.5A dedicated power supply, like this: https://thepihut.com/products/official-raspberry-pi-universal-power-supply

    21. Dominic Wong on March 24

      Hi, I have previously mentioned that I received a US power plug instead of a EU one. I am currently using an adapter but was wondering if it's ok because of the difference between 120V and 240V. I frequently experience my screen going blank and grey

    22. Michael Galassi on March 20

      I'm one of the many people who received a DOA unit. Unfortunately their support won't address this as they have a 30 day warranty. It's interesting that a company which has such a poor track record of timeliness expects their customers to immediately open their systems when they finally shipped. Shame on them.

    23. Kris Pyrz
      Superbacker
      on March 12

      Addendum to my previous comment:. Didn't realize I needed to register an account first. Was able to submit a ticket, we'll see where it goes from here.

    24. Kris Pyrz
      Superbacker
      on March 12

      Still waiting on my Playbox I ordered as an add on with my initial Kickstarter pledge. Emailed support months ago, never received an answer. Tried their ticketing service, won't allow me to make a new one. Really getting tired of the runaround crap.

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      Matthias Stolt on March 10

      Delivery completed. I just received the last missing parts (z-wave and housing). After asking about the delivery of the missing parts pine support told me they already had a failed delivery attempt. Sadly they missed to inform me about that attempt.
      I am very keen to try out the openHab with the z-wave on the pine. Keep fingers crossed.

    26. Bernd Junker on March 9

      I'm waiting and waiting and waiting ... since ONE YEAR !!! :-(

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      Indra Wahyudi on March 5

      Hi Tom, thank you for your info about the ticketing system of Pine64. It's really helpful!

      I haven't received my Pine A64 due to some reason. It was sent but then returned. I contacted the Pine64 sales team and they promised me to send my computer back. Unfortunately, it never arrives and they stop replying to my emails.

      A couple hours ago, I made new ticket in https://support.pine64.org/portal/newticket
      and I got response very shortly after.

      for anyone who needs help, ask the Support team through the ticketing system :)

      regards,
      Indra

    28. toriless on March 2

      Anyone getting a PInebook? (snicker)

    29. toriless on March 2

      @The Respectable Darius Von Hinterhelt - I sent them dozens, it takes dozens of e-mails to get them to fix all their errors but I eventually beat them down enough and got my stuff after half a year.

    30. Tom™ on February 28

      To get Pine64 help, either:
      Visit the forum -
      http://forum.pine64.org/
      Or submit a support ticket -
      https://support.pine64.org/portal/newticket

      Emailing the company directly no longer yields good results, they want you to use this ticketing system they've set up. Alternatively drop by the forum.

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      (mo) on February 26

      @Michael Rew
      I have not received anything so far, either a product or an answer

    32. Michael Rew on February 25

      It seems amazing to me how many people don't understand what kickstarter is.....YOU ARE NOT BUYING A FINISHED PRODUCT FROM A COMPANY. There are many problens that come up and I think we have seen quite a few with the Pine 64. The bottom line is that there is no recourse with a failed rollout. It's like buying stock.....you can win big and you can lose big.

    33. Lord Lethris on February 25

      I received mine when the campaign finished. However, the order arrived wrong. It took over a year to get right. But they did get it right in the end and were very polite about it. So I'm happy.

    34. The Respectable Darius Von Hinterhelt on February 24

      I recieved my pledge, missing power cord so i'm out of luck. Been sitting waiting on a response from them. Plus i never recieved my 2 enclosures. Hmm i have feel for the company, because so many people were angry and made threats. I have not been vocal but have sent 1or 2 email waiting patietly. But now its to the point i am giving up hope.

    35. Daniel Brodén on February 22

      It's sad to see that so many are still waiting on their Pine64. I recieved mine over 6 months ago.
      What's going on, creators?

    36. Jim Moses on February 21

      I never received a Backerkit survey request or my kit.
      Can you help? I just requested a backerkit survey after reading your july 2016 update .. but would have expected some communication coming my way before this..?

    37. Etienne Sévin on February 20

      February the 20th - still waiting for my Pine. Second project I baked on kickstarter, second fail. I'm pissed off.

    38. link270 on February 19

      Just popping by to say that I love my Pine and use it very frequently for projects and servers!

    39. Arthur Zapparoli on February 16

      This company is a joke. Seriously! I still haven't received all my pledge.

    40. Ken on February 15

      Pine: I am still waiting my Pine :<

    41. Catherine on February 11

      Pine: Thanks for not responding to a single one of my messages, not sending an inclosure, and sending me a Pine missing parts. You stole my $100 at this point. I can't even buy my own enclosure because I will be enclosing something that doesn't work. If I wanted to build something from scratch I would have spent a couple days with a soldering iron and kept my sanity. What a tremendous waste of time. I'm so disappointed and can't believe I encouraged friends to kickstart you. The lack of communication is ghastly.

    42. Tom™ on February 1

      To get Pine64 help, either:

      Visit the forum -
      http://forum.pine64.org/

      Or submit a support ticket -
      https://support.pine64.org/portal/newticket

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      Erik Ortega
      Superbacker
      on January 28

      Someone want my pine? Brand new never used, email erik@erikortega.com

    44. toriless on January 27

      @Sam & @Mike codd - Enclosures, we don't need no stinkin' enclosures. Seriously, after spending half a year with my boards not in one, "I feel your pain". Just buy the C4Labs or Eleduino enclosure and then ask for your money back. The Pine case stink like 3 week only Sushi.

    45. toriless on January 27

      @Steven Hoover - It is possible, so not all is lost even if it is frustrating. Bluetooth has never been a problem for me regardless of OS. I have had USB and keyboard issue along with (Windows-like) non-responsive touchscreen issues using the LCD.

      You conclusion is mostly correct. I knew this would never replace the latest tablet or even a decent laptop. It is a compromise of both at a reasonable price. The problem is a collection of loser clowns made it. History is replete with good ideas killed by bad execution and this campaign is in that list. Personally, even though Win10 will slow the computer to 30% speed I mam hoping the Udoo will deliver the promise Pine failed to execute. After all, it is Italian instead of chinkware. China = shit in the sun.

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      Sam on January 25

      Where is my enclosure, please........!!!

    47. Mike codd on January 24

      I'm. Still waiting for my enclosure. Sent 6 e mails with no reply, impressive �

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      Steven Hoover on January 24

      It's been awhile since I checked in here, so has anyone gotten an android, (or any OS version), to work with the LCD AND have the Bluetooth work??
      I've got the Android 5.1.1 I believe on mine and it works with the LCD screen but Bluetooth switches itself off right after I turn it on.

      This project is so wasteful. It seems I essentially got a "big brain" android tablet with no internal speakers, no microphone, no camera, is five times thicker than most android tablets and on top of that costs way more????

      I wanted a small Linux based computer, (or anything but android), to be portable. This thing is a joke.

    49. toriless on January 22

      @Jaden Jaroscak - I spent hundred but I can understand. I had to hassle them for months to get all the missing items they never sent and how frustrating it was to deal with them. They were constantly making promises to send it and then not doing so, again and again. I know your frustration. You should not have to fight to get what the promised. It should just be sent. It very irresponsible of them to treat people like pestilent creatures and not supporters. Although, I doubt they will get any future support from all the people they are screwing over such as yourself. I will certainly not support any Kickstarter campaign they do in the future. It's too much work to get them to do their job correctly.

    50. toriless on January 22

      @Marty999 - Yes, one uses 5.1.1 and the other uses 7.0 but I have had issues using a keyboard with 7.0. Since you are getting the logo it is not a hardware issue. It took dozens of boots for 5.1.1 to work but once it did it works every time. I would download the most recent version and burn it again. Try using Win32DiskImager instead of the crappy AllWinner software. Every SD card I have made with Win32DiskImager but most of the time the AllWinner software fails.

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