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It’s about me, my life, my work. There will be updates on projects, on hobbies and whatever made some day of mine special. Everything and anything that I write here represents my thoughts and opinions and has nothing to do whatsoever with my current or previous employers or any organisation that I am or have ever been affiliated with. It’s about me and no one else, please don’t give me legal headaches.

 

 

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4 Comments Post a comment
  1. Bhupendra Mishra
    Jan 7 2011

    Hi Alex,

    I got your information from stackoverflow. I am looking for someway to read data from usb port in a android device. Could you give me some suggestions on the same.

    Thanks,
    Bhupi

  2. Rich Lukas
    Jan 27 2011

    Hi Alex

    I also saw you on Stackoverflow. I am looking for a way to connected an Android phone (acting as a slave), to an embedded device (not a PC), acting as host. Can you provide any suggestions?

    Regards,

    Rich Lukas

  3. Jan 27 2011

    Rich,

    Yours is a very common question, but I’m afraid I do not know how to solve that problem (which does not mean in anyway that it cannot be solved, my knowledge of Android is quite limited). My solution takes advantage of adb and so, requires a computer to be running that service.

    Last I checked up on this (which was quite a long time ago), there wasn’t a clear and easy solution for connecting Android to embedded devices, but I was under the impression that some of the newer Android versions will fix this.

    Not sure if it’s any help at all, but these are my two posts on connecting by USB to a PC.
    http://www.anothem.net/archives/2010/10/15/android-usb-connection-to-pc/
    http://www.anothem.net/archives/2010/02/15/communicating-over-the-usb-cable/

    If you do find an answer, if you could let me know as well, I would greatly appreciate it. It would be nice to finally be able to answer this :)

    Best,
    -Alex

  4. Jan 27 2011

    I actually just read this today:
    http://android-developers.blogspot.com/2011/01/android-30-platform-preview-and-updated.html

    It seems to suggest that there could be a solution for your problem over Bluetooth with the new version.

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