Thanks for the reply. Is there a way to install 4.2 if the device is rooted? The reason I ask is that I am part of a research team working on wireless transmission of American Sign Language to a HMD (BT-200) for use by deaf children in educational settings. However, the wireless transcoder box we are using requires 4.2 to run their android app using RTSP for viewing. We have tested their app on other android devices and the lag time is close to zero seconds- the closer to zero the better when using a live interpreter. I have test some 3rd party generic RTSP android apps but the lag is about 2 seconds or more- which is ok but not ideal when interpreting ASL live.
So, if there are any android experts out there willing to take a stab at this that would be most helpful.
As you all noticed, moverio bt-200 has a awful camera. I'd like to connect an USB webcam to moverio in order to overcome this problem (for a research purpose). However, I think there are some important part in the kernel missing so I'd like to add custom modules there. Do you know if the kernel sources are available for bt-200? I noticed that for bt-100 kernel is available directly on the epson website.
Do you know if the kernel for BT200 is available as well?
Has anybody tried connectingexternal camera? I tried it on my Galaxy S4 and there external camera works without any problems.
I quoted the two posts above as I think they may be somewhat related. In my application I need something that will feed a video through a Wi-Fi connection with close to zero latency. I have two pairs of these for testing and programming and I've been messing on and off since April with these. I can use apps on multiple other android devices and get an acceptable solution with very little latency. The BT 200's, though, have close to a one second video lag/latency. As a developer I do not do the actual programming but overview the whole project so I can't claim to have deep understanding. I just wish they would answer us if it's a hardware or software problem and what they intend to do.
I had talked to tech support somewhere around June or July and they said they were aware of this issue. With all of the interest DJI phantom crowd, I thought this might be something they would fix sooner than later. I wish someone from Epson would respond here with more information.