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Remote steering wheel control ( v1.2.1 ) based on Arduino + (BT)?

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31st May 2015, 06:52 PM |#181  
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Thanks for the quick reply! I've pushed the sketch provided to my Arduino Leonardo and installed the apk on my Nexus 7. I'm about to wire this up and test it.
 
 
31st May 2015, 10:42 PM |#182  
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Got it to work!

One question - how exactly does the hold function work? It seems that it performs the onclick task before it can read the hold. For example, if I have onclick set to play next song, an onhold to play the previous, holding the button will first go to the next song, and then back to the same one that was playing.
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Identified an issue - I'm running Timur's USBROM on my 2012 Nexus 7. When then tablet is woken from sleep (with ignition), the controls do not work. I have to go into Remote Inputs Manager settings and select my USB device from the list. Any solution to this?
12th July 2015, 07:26 AM |#184  
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Identified an issue - I'm running Timur's USBROM on my 2012 Nexus 7. When then tablet is woken from sleep (with ignition), the controls do not work. I have to go into Remote Inputs Manager settings and select my USB device from the list. Any solution to this?

if you use a bluetooth module you will not have this issue.. they are 9.00$ amazon hc-06. when your tablet boots up it will auto connect no problems. @_crue_ is a good guy he helped me step by step make sure to thank him.........
12th July 2015, 07:38 AM |#185  
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Identified an issue - I'm running Timur's USBROM on my 2012 Nexus 7. When then tablet is woken from sleep (with ignition), the controls do not work. I have to go into Remote Inputs Manager settings and select my USB device from the list. Any solution to this?

it a feature of kernel/rom usb devices remounted on different address, I don't know a way to fix this from app side
16th July 2015, 09:13 PM |#186  
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Amazing idea!
its possible make a new version with support arduino chinese (ch340). I try install a new kernel with support for arduino nano v3, worksfine on terminal, but the app do not recognize.

check github. com / mik3y/usb-serial-for-android
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