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Android Open Accessory

Reply #1 — Posted 4 years ago
by Gus
Reply #1 — Posted 4 years ago
by Gus
Very sweet. This means now android phones can plug and play in any FEZ, thanks to the built in USB host support.

We will get to this very soon but let me make an offer, $500 GHI coupon to the first one implementing an open source library for android accessory API. You must share the code and show a video demonstrating how FEZ is communicating with the phone....so, who wants $500 coupon? Smiley
Reply #3 — Posted 4 years ago
by Gus
Reply #3 — Posted 4 years ago
by Gus
cool! A $35 panda can do the same job...no actually better Cheesy
Agree!
Reply #5 — Posted 4 years ago
by Sam
Reply #5 — Posted 4 years ago
by Sam
We will get to this very soon but let me make an offer, $500 GHI coupon to the first one implementing an open source library for android accessory API.


Gus,
Could you loan me your Android Phone?? Cheesy
Sam, you can use android emulator Grin
Reply #7 — Posted 4 years ago
by Sam
Reply #7 — Posted 4 years ago
by Sam
Architect,
I'm just teasing Gus.
Thanks, for the tip, though! Wink
Reply #8 — Posted 4 years ago
by Gus
Reply #8 — Posted 4 years ago
by Gus
I would lend you mind but I do not have one....going to buy one soon though Smiley
I watched the keynote today and was pretty excited when they talked about this. They tied it in with another announcement called "Android@Home", which as it sounds, is a home automation platform.

@Gus - $500, eh? Are you looking for an interop layer between this and the GHI SDK, or something more specific?

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