Pine64 Pi 2 Pinout
PINE PINE GPIO*   PI GPIO   PIN PIN   PI GPIO   PINE GPIO* PINE
3.3V 1 2 5V
PH3 GPIO 227 TWI1_SDA GPIO 2 I2C1_SDA 3 4 5V
PH2 GPIO 226 TWI1_SCK GPIO 3 I2C1_SCL 5 6 GROUND
PL10 GPIO 362 S_PWM GPIO 4 GPCLK0 7 8 UART_TXD GPIO 14 UART2_TX GPIO 32 PB0
GROUND 9 10 UART_RXD GPIO 15 UART2_RX GPIO 33 PB1
PC7 GPIO 71 - GPIO 17 - 11 12 - GPIO 18 - GPIO 72 PC8
PH9 GPIO 233 - GPIO 27 - 13 14 GROUND
PC12 GPIO 76 - GPIO 22 - 15 16 - GPIO 23 - GPIO 77 PC13
3.3V 17 18 - GPIO 24 - GPIO 78 PC14
PC0 GPIO 64 SPI0_MOSI GPIO 10 SPI_MOSI 19 20 GROUND
PC1 GPIO 65 SPI0_MISO GPIO 9 SPI_MISO 21 22 - GPIO 25 - GPIO 79 PC15
PC2 GPIO 66 SPI0_CLK GPIO 11 SPI_SCLK 23 24 SPI_CE0 GPIO 8 SPI0_CS GPIO 67 PC3
GROUND 25 26 SPI_CE1 GPIO 7 - GPIO 231 PH7
PL9 GPIO 361 TWI_SDA - ID_SD 27 28 ID_SC - TWI_SCK GPIO 360 PL8
PH5 GPIO 229 - GPIO 5 - 29 30 GROUND
PH6 GPIO 230 - GPIO 6 - 31 32 - GPIO 12 - GPIO 68 PC4
PC5 GPIO 69 - GPIO 13 - 33 34 GROUND
PC9 GPIO 73 - GPIO 19 - 35 36 - GPIO 16 - GPIO 70 PC6
PC16 GPIO 80 - GPIO 26 - 37 38 - GPIO 20 - GPIO 74 PC10
GROUND 39 40 - GPIO 21 - GPIO 75 PC11
Legend
3.3 VOLT
5 VOLT
GROUND
CONFIRMED WORKING

* calculated by taking the second letter of the pin number, converting to its alphabetic number equivalent, subtracting one, multiplying by 32, and then adding the numerical part of the pin number. e.g. PC13 = (C-1)*32+13 = (3-1)*32+13 = 77. See this thread.

P="Pin"
C=3rd bank of GPIO connections
13=GPIO in that specific bank

 

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