Does everything that I need. Saves me a lot of time/inconvenience/money of using a laptop. Great for field applications. Just connect and download data from field devices (like Arduino based data monitors) and log to a file for further analysis. Or just connect permanently to Arduino and use as display Would be nice to add some extra features. Like: send a string (like 4 characters) to Android device (this would be a request for specific data) then wait for a csv string reply. Further, display received data in selected text boxes.
works well for what i need it. however it would be great if u could send a stream of bytes as binary or hex, and not as characters. for instance i want to send 2 bytes by pressing "send", 0x61 and 0x00. i know i can send 0x61 by pressing the letter 'a', but 0x00 is a special character and cannot be sent. 0x00 can be sent on its own with control characters, but i want multiple bytes to be sent by pressing "send". other than that, great!
I went through many USB Serial apps on the market and only this one can handle those CH340 serial chips. Works perfectly, thank you for this app.
It works Thank you. This keeps me from having to disconnect my laptop to log onto the console port of my routers and switches when there is a problem. Big time saver!
Makes it quick and easy to view configurations and make small changes via the CLI. Definitely beats dragging around a bulky laptop for small jobs. Works great on my tablet and phone.
Works pretty well, best I've found so far for a non-rooted device. The ability to change font size is good to get the on-screen terminal bigger than 80x25. Biggest problem is that backspace behaves improperly. Bksp is sent to the remote end, but cursor on screen advances instead of backing-up. I use this application for network device support over console cable and this lack of functioning backspace is a pretty big problem as it's easy to-fat-finger complex strings with the on-screen keyboard, and broken backspace makes it very difficult to correct them. I've confirmed the backspace problem is not limited to "Hacker's Keyboard" either; happens with a real Bluetooth physical keyboard as well. Fixing the backspace key as-displayed would be a huge help. Also adding some file transfer protocols like xmodem would help, as then this terminal could be used to upload Ios images to otherwise-broken network devices in the field so long as the user has those files stored in their local flash on the phone.
New in v1.4.0
* Can now communicate with unrecognized devices by letting the user specify their types
New in v1.3.7
* Allow the user to explicitly grant permission to access the USB device
* More details in status line
New in v1.3.5
* A new menu option to display all attached USB devices (show their VID/PID)
New in v1.3.4:
* Bug fix in the FTDI code
* Experimental support of CD, CTS, DSR, DTR, RTS, RI for FTDI chips
An Application to check if your mobile devices supports OTG device attachments.