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Eagle Parts: FT311D Android Open Accessory host USB IC

Posted on Tuesday, August 14th, 2012 in Eagle parts by DP

We added the recently released FT311D Android Open Accessory host USB IC in a LQFP-32 package to our Eagle library. The device makes it easy to communicate to Android devices using the Android Open Accessory Mode available on Android platforms from 3.1 and up. The reference circuit is pretty simple, like most FTDI chips, we’ll have a breakout board up for your perusal tomorrow.

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2 Responses to “Eagle Parts: FT311D Android Open Accessory host USB IC”

  1. Gamin Inganela says:

    Great news!
    And along with the breakout board, perhaps a tutorial/sample-code on how to use it as well?

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