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Power Input : 5V/3A, via GPIO1 on M4

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the wiki mentions that it is possible to power the NanoPi M4 via the Notes
"Power Input : 5V/3A, via USB Type-C(USB PD Specification is not supported) or Pin2&Pin4 of the 40-pin GPIO1 header"

any one knows anything more about this ??? its kinda vage what pins to use , im gessing its any of them for the 5 v imput and then one of the gnd for the gnd???
I am powering the T4 from the GPIO too and use both pins to ensure the current is sufficient. Also makde sure ALL gnd connections are used.

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