Ed's Raspberry Pi Configuration Tool

Ed's Raspberry Pi Configuration Tool


Save the contents directly to your Raspberry Pi SD card!


Still a work in progress, some options may not work as expected!

Enable or disable avoidance of warnings.
Delay the start of the boot process (in milliseconds).
Enable or disable the splash screen.
Allocate memory to the GPU (in megabytes).
Configure the HDMI drive current.
Force HDMI output even if no HDMI display is detected.
Select the HDMI output group.
Ignore the HDMI EDID information from the display.
Ignore HDMI hotplug events.
Select the HDMI output mode.
Set the overvoltage of the Raspberry Pi.
Set the aspect ratio for SDTV output.
Set the SDTV output mode.
Avoid using the PWM clock for PLL.
Set the frequency of the ARM CPU cores.
Enable or disable overscan.
Force EEPROM to be read at boot.
Force the use of PWM for serial port.
Enable or disable 4Kp60 HDMI output.
Set the initial UART clock rate.
Enable or disable initial turbo mode.
Set the kernel address.
Use an older version of the kernel.
Set the mail server hub.
Set the maximum USB current (in milliamperes).
Set the overvoltage for AVS.
Set the overvoltage frequency.
Program a random serial number.
Set the frequency of the SDRAM.
Set the SDRAM schmoo.
Enable or disable the start of the X Window System.
Set the UART clock rate.
Enable or disable UART DMA.
Enable or disable UART PLL.
Enable or disable USB audio.
Enable or disable USB host mode.
Set the frequency of the V3D core.
Rotate the display.
Configure HDMI modes using CVT.
Enter additional device tree parameters.
Enter any additional configuration options you want to add to the config.txt file.