ArduinoCommander: An Android app controls Arduinos

Posted on Thursday, February 2nd, 2012 in Android, Arduino by DP

ArduinoCommander is an Android app for controlling an Arduino via a Bluetooth shield:

  • display board firmware version, name and Firmata protocol version
  • set pin mode (analog/digital input/output, pwm)
  • get/set pin values
  • read messages from the board (Firmata String Sysex message)
  • beautiful WYSIWYG interface with 320×480, 480×800, 480×854, 1024×600 and 1280×800(?) screens support
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