Do you make a living at willfully misreading clear statements from others, or is this a part-time hobby?Io510k wrote:So, you're in, yes? You want to help achieve the goal of commercial Pi0w!
Every Raspberry Pi ever made does most of its IO through the single USB2 interface on the SoC. The microSD slot connects to the SoC's SDIO interface, but this still won't win many races.supra wrote:Don't try this on pi zero, because the pi zero used 2.0 usb.
Every Raspberry Pi ever made is still supported, thus far, and the latest Raspbian works a treat on them - amongst various Pi's I've got two model B's running 24/7.GarethD wrote:Does this mean the older pi isn't being supported anymore or is it just a problem with my setup?
Well, the most popular x86 platforms, but that does cover almost all the use cases.RichardUK wrote:100% agree, Etcher is excellent and works on all platforms.DougieLawson wrote:Switch to Raspbian and use Etcher to unzip it and write it to your SDCard