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Raspberry Pi 4B/5 User Guide


General Tutorial Series


Raspberry Pi 4 Model B, the completely upgraded, re-engineered model of the Pi family. It has more powerful processor, faster networking, supports dual 4K output, and provides different choice of RAM.


  • BCM2711B0 (ARM Cortex-A72)
    • 64-bit 1.5GHz quad-core
  • Choice of RAM
    • PI4B-1GB: 1GB
    • PI4B-2GB: 2GB
    • PI4B-4GB: 4GB
  • Gigabit Ethernet
  • 802.11ac 2.4GHz/5GHz dual-band NIC
  • Bluetooth 5.0, BLE
  • USB 3.0 x 2, USB 2.0 x 2
  • micro HDMI x 2 (supports 4Kp60)
  • PoE header (supports PoE HAT)
  • MicroSD slot
  • 3.5 mm audio jack
  • 40PIN GPIO header
  • CSI camera interface
  • DSI display interface
  • USB Type C power supply (5V/3A or above)

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How to use

1. Prepare: an SD card, and card reader.
2. Download the system (click me to download) Raspberry Pi 4 needs to download the latest released system (or the following version as shown in the figure) before it can be used.

3. Format the SD card: Use a card reader to insert the SD card into the computer, and use the SDFormatter.exe software to format the SD card. Click here to download SDFormatter.exe, and click to format the SD card.

4. Burn the image: use Win32DiskImager.exe to burn the image. Select the image to be burned, click "Write" to burn, (click here to download Win32DiskImager.exe). After the burning is completed, you will be prompted whether you want to format, here you need to click Cancel.

5. Start RPI4B: Insert the SD card after programming into the Raspberry Pi, and connect the adapter with the Type-C interface of 5V 3A to start the Raspberry Pi. Normally, you can see that the Power light is always on red, and the ACT green light is flashing.

6. Connect peripherals such as an on-screen mouse and keyboard to start your Raspberry Pi journey.