|Esc [ s||Save cursor pos|
|Esc [ u||Restore cursor pos|
|Esc [ n s||Set text size (width = textsize*6, height = textsize*8)|
|Esc [ n r||Set rotation 0 to 3(move to 90° in a clockwise)|
|Esc [ Pn q||PWM LED backlight( 0 ~ 255 )|
|Esc [ Pn;Pn , Pn;Pn i||Set image drowing status|
|Esc [ Pn;Pn x||Draw dot at the position to current color|
Open up the PuTTY settings and go to Window->Translation->Received data assumed to be in which character set: and change it to UTF-8.
The ODROID-C1 is fully capable of being powered by the microUSB port, which just isn’t enabled by default.
Bridge the two pads of R87 (near DCJACK) with soldering.