Device hwu8860, model U8860, Build ID HuaweiU8860, Fingerprint Huawei/U8860/hwu8860:4.0.3/HuaweiU8860/CooB923SP01:user/ota-rel-keys,release-keys
claims support no
classes found yes
device detected no
Claims support no
device detected N/A
claims support No
Device detected N/A
OS support No
3rd party apps No
doesn´t look good, or?
Which apps did you try ? Have you tried "USB Host Diagnostics" ? Which firmwares are you running ? In case of the SII, make sure you are running the latest Android 4.x firmware (there are some 2.x firmwares that work, but there's not really a list which ones). Not sure about the Tab2, from what I know about every firmware should pretty much work, so that could hardly be the problem ... Just guessing here, really.
I did try USB Host Diagnostics along with another USB storage app, Helicon and a RAW image viewer. I'm running 4.1.1 on the Tab and 4.0.4 on the SII. None of them detected the cameras. I guess I was just trying to determine if there was a step I was overlooking, like needing to install some specific driver package or something but it sounds like you're saying it should work out of the box on current firmware. Could it be that every one of my cables and all of the connectors I tried are insufficient? Because if so, that's really frustrating. Could someone who has this working point me to a connecter/cable combo that they know for a fact works? Is there any other steps I may have missed while troubleshooting to isolate the problem?
The app was working great earlier when I first used it on my GS3 and connect it to my Canon 550D. Somehow, after a couple of times I unplug and plug in the cable the camera seems to show 'lagging' state with [Busy] Signal and earlier today I can't get seem to get it working as it always stuck with the [Busy] signal now everytime I plug in the cable to GS3.
Anyone have the same prob or fix on this? I believe this is 550Ds prob, or i dunno.
I wonder if there's any way into connecting the android tablet running DSLR Controller application to a DSLR Canon camera over a wireless device attached directly to the camera like WFT-E5 (for a Canon 7D for instance), without the use of the USB cable ?
I already have the application running with no problem with a Samsung Galaxy Note tablet with USB cable, but i wonder if there's any way to have more freedom using this application and the WFT-E5 on the Canon camera..
Theoretically this is possible, but I have not built it yet. Why not ? Because I don't have a WFT and they're darned expensive. I assume this will also allow compatibility with the 6D's Wi-Fi mode. I'm trying to find either one to borrow or rent, but so far have had no luck. It's high up on my priority list though, and I go looking for ones to borrow or rent every few weeks.
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