Archive for the ‘Android’ Category

How to build a control circuit with adjustable working time via wi-fi

Friday, June 17th, 2016

Yahya Tawil over at All About Circuits posted a detailed how-to on building a control circuit with adjustable working time via Wi-Fi: In this article, you'll learn how to build a system that can turn DC loads on and off using a mobile application. You'll also learn how to perform this task...

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Using Tronsmart Pavo M9 for HDMI input streaming

Friday, June 3rd, 2016

Danman wrote: Thanks to a tip of my reader, I found a relatively cheap (69Eur) Android box with HDMI input and record ability. I thought that it should be possible not only to record the HDMI input but also to stream it in realtime so I ordered one for experimenting....

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ESP8266 controlled with Android app (MIT App Inventor)

Friday, April 22nd, 2016

Rui Santos from Random Nerd Tutorials has posted a detailed tutorial on how to build an Android app using the MIT App Inventor software that allows you to control the ESP8266 GPIOs: More details at Random Nerd Tutorials homepage. Check out the video after the break. (more…)

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Nanocounter is an accurate frequency counter using an FPGA, STM32 and a bluetooth android app

Tuesday, April 5th, 2016

Andy Brown has designed and built a frequency counter using an FPGA, STM32F072 and an Android GUI - the Nanocounter: After studying the above counting methods I decided on the following goals for my frequency counter, which I’m going to call Nanocounter. Very accurate measurement over a range of 1 to 50MHz....

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An Android reflow controller that anyone can build

Monday, August 24th, 2015

Andy Brown published a new build, an Android reflow controller:  The only surface mount device on this PCB is the MAX31855 and it has a low number of generously spaced pins. I eschewed my hot air gun, previous reflow oven and hot plate in favour of a plain old iron...

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Android flight tracker uses ADSB data from RTL-SDR

Monday, May 4th, 2015

Nikos has developed an Android app which works with the RTL-SDR dongle to demodulate the ADSB signal from aircraft and overlays the position of the aircraft on a high resolution offline map. So the user can use the App without Internet connectivity, on board an aircraft in real time! Nikos'...

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Android ping pong ball levitation

Thursday, February 19th, 2015

Jacob writes: This demonstration results in the levitation of a ping pong ball on a cushion of air. The purpose of the demonstration is to highlight the features of the PONTECH Quick240. Specifically and most excidingly the interface to an android tablet using the Android ADK. All of the source...

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Single Cell Software frees Korg Volca Sample from iOS chains

Thursday, January 15th, 2015

If you experiment with electronic music, you've probably heard of Korg's latest addition to their Volca line known as the Volca Sample. The volca sample is a sample sequencer that lets you edit and sequence up to 100 sample sounds in real time. It lets you recreate the characteristics of...

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Hacking Android on the UDOO board (for SATA and S/PDIF)

Sunday, October 26th, 2014

Computer engineer Primiano Tucci has been experimenting with Android on the UDOO board. I recently came in possession of a UDOO Quad board. The hardware onboard is pretty powerful compared to many other competitor boards. Unfortunately, however, the software support for Android is lagging a bit. In particular, in the...

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Android USB tethering driver for Mac OS X

Monday, September 15th, 2014

HoRNDIS, a USB tethering driver for Mac OS X by Joshua Wise: HoRNDIS (pronounce: “horrendous”) is a driver for Mac OS X that allows you to use your Android phone's native USB tethering mode to get Internet access. It is known to work with Mac OS X versions 10.6.8 (Snow Leopard)...

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Monitoring Android traffic with Wireshark

Tuesday, August 26th, 2014

Ever wonder what data is being sent out by your Android device? Here's a post from LinuxJournal outlining how to monitor your device's WiFi traffic. The technique involves setting up a man-in-the-middle Wireless Access Point (WAP) on your Ubuntu Linux box, then connecting your Android device via WiFi to this...

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Open source Android thermostat project

Friday, July 11th, 2014

Android Thermostat, an open source DIY home thermostat project based on Android: Android Thermostat is an open source thermostat project ideal for programmers and electronics hobbyists. As the name suggests the application runs on Android phone that is connected to some basic electronic components for controlling your home HVAC system.It...

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Hack adds Bluetooth control to old iPod using Android and Arduino

Tuesday, June 24th, 2014

The crew at Erroneous Data presents this tutorial detailing how to wirelessly control an old iPod music player with you Android device. Using only an Arduino, an HC-05 Bluetooth module and a few resistors they show how to build your very own MuseHack. The project includes the Arduino code as...

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Program your Arduino with a Android device

Friday, June 20th, 2014

Jan Henrik wrote this Instructables demonstrating how to program an Arduino with Android device: in this Instructable I want to show you, how you can program your Arduino with your Android device. It is very simple and cheap. Also it allows us to program our Arduino where ever we want,...

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BlueMatrix – Bluetooth controlled LED matrix

Monday, May 19th, 2014

Luca Dentella has published his latest project: BlueMatrix. It's a portable LED matrix display based on Arduino Uno, powered by a Lipo battery and connected via Bluetooth to a personal computer or an Android smartphone. I've also developed the controlling app for Android, available on Google's PlayStore. All the schematics,...

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Tutorial: Android and Bluetooth

Tuesday, May 6th, 2014

Luca Dentella has published the last part of his tutorial explaining how to develop Android applications that "talk" with embedded devices using Bluetooth. The tutorial covers basic tasks like enabling/disabling the phone's Bluetooth adapter to advanced ones like using separate threads for blocking I/O operations. Further information and earlier tutorial...

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RetroWatch, an open source smart watch project using Arduino and Android

Monday, February 17th, 2014

Here is a very nice build of a DIY smart watch based on Arduino and Android by godstale. Check it out. But here is a simple way to evaluate smart watch’s future on your own. Make it! With Arduino micro-processor and Android, I made a simple smart watch and named...

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30C3 Video: Hardware attacks, advanced ARM exploitation, and Android hacking

Monday, January 6th, 2014

Stephen A. Ridley gave this presentation at the recently concluded Chaos Communications Conference (30C3) in Hamburg, Germany. He outlines his recent research into practical ARM exploitation on Linux and Android (for embedded applications and mobile devices). He demonstrates these techniques and discusses how they were discovered using several custom built...

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Black Hat 2013 video – build of an Android SpyPhone app

Friday, December 27th, 2013

Ever wonder what it would take to code up an Android based spyphone app? In this presentation from the BlackHat 2013 conference, Kevin McNamee outlines his build of an Android SpyPhone service that can be injected into any application. "The presentation includes a live demonstration of how phones can be...

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MIT unveils Android App Inventor2

Wednesday, December 18th, 2013

The App Inventor group at MIT have unveiled App Inventor2. You may be familiar with the App Inventor project when it was previously featured. (At that time it was known as Google App Inventor.) Essentially it helps you build Android apps using a graphical interface which is useful for quick...

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