Almost Perfect This product is by far the best I have used, and is so close to being perfect. But there is one major flaw that makes it impossible for me to use. It seems the app likes to auto-capitalize the first letter typed. I haven't tested software keyboards but with a USB keyboard there is no way to not send a capital letter. This normally wouldn't be an issue, but in the case of typing a password to access my Cisco switch that now becomes impossible.
Confirmed App works on Noria T2 7" Tablet by Chromo Inc. We are using this app to update control boards in the field. We have solar battery operated streetlights and we are excited to be able to use this app to talk to our poles. We are even more excited that we were able to buy a cheap tablet to have our maintenance crew use. The tablet may be cheap, but it works and it does everything we need it to do. Confirmed App works on Noria T2 7" Tablet by Chromo Inc. On a side note: The only complaint I have about the app is that it skips certain lines and we aren't able to edit that particular line. This happens with my Samsung Tablet, Lenovo Tablet, and the Noria tablet. Thank you for your contribution.
Works on Nexus 7 works great on Nexus 7 to console Cisco devices! my only problem is that the dictionary input is always getting in the way. Just hope that the input is in real time so that when i press "space bar" the view will automatically scroll. Or maybe i just missed that option on the app. But still works great!
Works for Arduino! I was able to connect my Nexus 7 (2013) to my Arduino Uno with an OTG cable and communicate over the serial bus. Stock Android, no root required! I had to use the "Prolific" mode, not "FTDI" for some reason. Even at 9600 baud I seemed to be dropping a few characters every now and then, but it's certainly start!
Could be improved I tested it with my Arduino UNO and it works, but only to send data. 3 stars: pros: Good looking UI Lots of settings Very flexible Works with Arduino Cons: -It is not receiving most (around 95%) of the messages sent by the arduino. I made an Echo test to try this... Still useful but not perfect.
50% Success Works okay with the original Nexus 7 but not with the new. Entering byte codes is clunky. If the keyboard is open it limits your ability to scroll up, this prevents you from reaching upper byte code buttons. So you close the keyboard and them poke at the entry to get the keyboard back. As I said clunky.
Fixed rotation disconnect bug
Tweaked layout to work better for Galaxy Nexus
Removed auto launch detection
Added Deleting Saved Commands
Added Command Echo
Added Screen Clear
Rotatable to portrait mode