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How to Install Android 7.0 on Raspberry Pi 3

#HowTo Install #Android 7.0 #Nougat on #RaspberryPi3

How to Install Android 7.0 on Raspberry Pi 3

As such, the system has been running quite well, the official touch screen works but not, for example, while sound over HDMI, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and Ethernet running smoothly.

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Official Android support coming to the Raspberry Pi 3

Official #Android support coming to the #RaspberryPi3

The Raspberry Pi 3 is not hurting for operating system choices. The tiny ARM computer is supported by several Linux distributions and even has a version of Windows 10 IoT core available. Now, it looks like the Pi is about to get official support for one of the most popular operating systems out there: Android. In Google’s Android Open Source Project (AOSP) repository, a new device tree recently popped up for the Raspberry Pi 3. Read more


Project: How To use Smartphone as an Oscilloscope / Signal Generator

#OscilloPhone is project that uses a Smartphone as an Oscilloscope / Signal Generator

Oscilloscopes and Signal Generators are two essential electronics devices to create and test electronic circuits. Unfortunately, these devices are very expensive for students starting electronics, or makers who want use electronic circuits in their creations just once.

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#Souliss – #OpenSource #SmartHome framework for #Arduino and #Android

#Souliss – #OpenSource #SmartHome framework for #Arduino and #Android

Souliss is an open-source project that collects code and people with common interest in the field of SmartHome and Internet of Things. It’s designed to be light and scalable, runs across multiple nodes and communication media.

You can use Souliss to build smart objects or an entiere home automation system based on Ethernet and RS485, create your own ZigBee-like wireless intelligent devices or simply to open your garage door from your Android smartphone.

Checkout the github page


#Android 6.0: M Is For #Marshmallow

Google revealed today the full name of Android M… #Marshmallow.

Android 6.0: M Is For Marshmallow

Android 6.0 is known as Marshmallow and is their latest tasty codename, and in continuing their tradition there is now the Android M statue over at Google.

With confirming Android Marshmallow today, they also put out the official Android 6.0 SDK and the final M preview. Android 6.0 will officially ship later in the year.

Read More : Develop a sweet spot for Marshmallow: Official Android 6.0 SDK & Final M Preview | Android Developers Blog.