Basic Accessory Demo

This demo provides a simple example on how to interface from an Android device to an accessory using the Open Accessory framework added in v2.3.4+ and v3.1+ versions of the Android OS. The demo controls 8 LEDs on the board by touching the LED pictures on the screen, indicates the push button status of the board, and provides a percentage indication of the potentiometer. This demo also only shows how to use the host mode accessory implementation using the API10 android.hardware.usb library. This version works only for v3.1+ devices (API12+).

The firmware, documentation, and additional information are available at www.microchip.com/android.

Version 1.4
* Fixed issue where data from the Android device was sent twice to the Accessory (introduced in v1.3)

Version 1.3:
* Workaround issue where Read() call does not throw exception upon close. This allows the use of orientation changes, back button, and home button
* Requires new firmware to take advantage of these features. Firmware will be available in October at www.microchip.com/mal in the v2011-10 release.


Version 1.2:
* added Japanese, Korean, and Chinese Localization support.
* disabled LED buttons when accessory is not attached.

Version 1.0:
* Initial release supporting v3.1+ devices with android.hardware.usb library (API12)
* Supports host mode accessories only.
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What's New

* Fixed issue where data from the Android device was sent twice to the Accessory (introduced in v1.3)
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Additional Information

Updated
December 2, 2011
Size
101k
Installs
5,000+
Current Version
1.4
Requires Android
3.1 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
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Offered By
Microchip Technology Inc
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