Got an Android device? Want to use it as a screen and keyboard for Raspberry Pi? A simple trick described in a thread on the Raspberry Pi forum site can help you with that.
Raspberry Pi is one great piece of technology, not to mention cheap. Developers from all over the world have done wonders with it, but now it has been listed on XDA Developers and people have staring do to a lot of serious work for it.
Opening a new thread on XDA Developers for Raspberry Pi seems like a logical choice.
I have installed raspbian 2013.05 on my raspberry
I have usb tethered an android device which is connected to my wi-fi router
I was able to obtain an internet connection by routing a default gateway from rPi to android device
I want to ssh into my raspberry pi from my local PC's connected to the router, but I am not able to do that
any solutions ?
I'm running into an issue with receiving push notification. How can I receive a Push Notification in this scenario below:
Android app uses Android SDK for Push notification, Raspberry Pi
uses PARSE REST API using ParsePy. Android app can push and
receive push notification correctly. For Raspberry PI, it can push
notification but doesn't receive the notification sent by Android
A second Raspberry Pi device has been released, just months after the revised B+ model sported additional USB ports. Curiously, this new device doesn’t feature any additional hardware. In fact, it has fewer ports. Just what are the Raspberry Pi Foundation up to?
I want to create an Android app where the app records live microphone audio from my Android phone and then sends that live audio over UDP to my Raspberry Pi. Then I want the Raspberry Pi to play this audio using a speaker that I have connected to it. I found many ways to stream live audio from an Android app over UDP to a server.
Once you have a fully working Raspberry Pi system, it may not be convenient for you to continue to access Raspberry Pi directly via a keyboard and HDMI/TV cable connector dedicated to Raspberry Pi. Instead, you will want to remote control "headless" Raspberry Pi from another computer.
The credit card sized Raspberry Pi computer that sells for $25 now has a working version of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich thanks to a port. The development community has been working towards getting Android on the Raspberry Pi with CyanogenMod 7.2 and CyanogenMod 9, but this is by far the most usable.