I2C communications and Android applications

Posted on Friday, October 26th, 2012 in Android, code, data transfer by the machinegeek

Here’s an open source project by Dimitar Gamishev which demonstrates how to communicate using I2C in Android applications. As shown in this project Dimitar uses this code with an A13-OLinuXino running Android to drive relays and read ADCs and GPIOs on a connected MOD-IO board.

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2 Responses to “I2C communications and Android applications”

  1. Good to see someone found my Android I2C code useful :)

  2. Bharat says:

    Hi Dimitar Gamishev,
    I have a dragon410c board and it has i2c pins on that. Can I use your code to read or write i2c device data through those pins?
    What necessary modifications probably i need to do to existing code? Please guide me.

    Thanks and Regards,
    Bharat G

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