Please explain in detail which firmata should be uploaded. I have my ADK Mega, and the standard firmata firmware does not recognize the accessory, because the standard firmata does not have any android accessory coding inside.
Not working on OPO android 5.1 ...Or on any other device that arduinodroid works fine on. Shows connection but never connects. Shame, looks great. 2 stars because I envy others that can use it.
Really good, but has some problems Finally got it to connect to my Mega after some time adjusting the baud rate on my FirmData and on my HC-06 BT module. The UI looks glitched on my nexus 5 and the buttons are too small and hard to click. But other than that, it still works and delivers what it promises. Really useful app, but could improve.
Doesn't work Testing with XperiaZ can't get it to work with my uno or nano. The app seems like it has a lot of potential and definitely something I'd justify paying for if it actually worked. From the comments I notice a lot of inconsistency, some people it works for others have the same issues, so I'm thinking it might be phone specific... Either way, a bit disappointed
galaxynote 4.0.4 Very good app exactly what i was after.This uploads my avr *.hex files created with another app all on my phone with ease. Brilliant. sorry i pi@@ed this developer off. Good work get it now.
Having trouble getting this to work. Took forever to get the firmata/standardfirmata download to even compile. I realize this is not your fault. There were compiler warnings which needed to be addressed. I loaded arduino commander on my old motorola droid 2. Paired it with the bluetooth and it seemed to work. The screen came up and I could define digital outputs and set them to 0 or 1. However the actual output on the arduino did not change. Haven't had time to attempt to debug this. Could be a problem with firmata, not sure. I also loaded arduino commander on my Galaxy S4. This also paired BUT Arduino commander does not seem to work correctly. The screen image of the arduino on the S4 screen was somewhat garbled. It appears that arduino commander will not work correctly with the larger screen. I like the app. It definitely has a lot of potential. I imagine someone who is less adept with code/hardware would have significant trouble getting this to work. I will continue to debug the arduino end of this and will post more info if I have success.
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