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What do the pins below ICSP and pins to the left of pins 10,11,12,13 mean and what's their use?I have the Indian clone of arduino named InduinoX.This board might not be good compared to UNO Rev3.
Here's the img URL: http://downloads.simplelabs.co.in/InduinoX_Pin_Mappings.png


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The pins below "ICSP" are the ICSP header for burning the bootloader.

The pins to the left of 10,11,12,and 13 are probably a second set of SPI (10,11,12,and 13) pins for connecting SPI devices like an SD card slot.
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Can you give more info on both plz?
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Google is your friend!

ICSP - http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php?topic=126979.0  -
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