NSCOM (was BNSCP)

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This is a beta version of an application which allows you to analyze the communication protocol over Bluetooth, USB/Serial or Ethernet (TCP only). It can be used in both direct or transparent mode.

More details are available in the application Help Menu or on my web site.

Current features:

- Can be used on any Android device, with OS version > 2.0 and resolution >= 320x480. It works even on smaller screens, but it can become unusable;
- Possible to connect through Bluetooth (SPP profile), USB/Serial (PL2303, FT232, FT230X,PL2303 based) and Ethernet (TCP) both as client, server or in transparent mode as a combination of any two simple modes;
- In transparent mode it can be used as a redirector between Bluetooth, serial or Ethernet;
- Integrated 30 keys keypad which has a reserved space on the screen;
- Keypad can be used in different mode: letters (both smalls a caps), numbers (including hex and bin), symbols and Memory (Macro);
- All data to be sent is octet (byte) based and can be entered as char or by code (0-255) in decimal, hex or binary;
- Display the number of bytes to be send available in the buffer, including the string representation of them ( in UTF-8);
- The byte array is send only when you press enter key;
- You have the possibility to select the option to automatically add at the end of the buffer “classic” control characters: CR(code 13) and/or LF(code 10);
- 26 Memory locations where you can save some pre-defined byte arrays (no size limit) which then can be added by a single click;
- Large frame to display returned data (capacity dependent on font size);
- You can display returned data as one, two, four, eight or an unlimited number of values per row;
- Data can be displayed in different formats: char, binary, decimal or hex);
- Data can be considered per 8, 16, 32 or 64 bit;
- You can select between Little and Big Endian conventions for data longer than 8 bit;
- The total number of bytes in the receive buffer is displayed as a decimal value;
- Bluetooth pairing can be done inside the application if not done before;
- You can see name and MAC address for the local and remote Bluetooth device;
- You can see local IP address (useful when you initiate network in server mode;
- Remote host can be entered from the keypad as hostname or IP address;
- Local and remote ports can be entered through the numeric keypad;

Please send me your feedback.

This application contain Ads.

Thank you in advance for your feedback.
Dan YO3GGX
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What's New

What's changed in version 0.3:
- rewritten engine;
- changes in the GUI;
- add USB/Serial support for PL2303, FT232, FT230x, CP2102 based USB/Serial interfaces;
- added combined combined transparent modes;
- better handling for the font size. Now the default font size is automatically calculated and set based on device - new application name - NSCOM, new icon and new startup page picture.
- see user guide for all changes.
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Additional Information

Updated
January 28, 2014
Size
673k
Installs
10,000+
Current Version
0.3
Requires Android
1.6 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
Permissions
Offered By
Dan Toma
Developer
132, Mihai Bravu Str. Bucharest Romania
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