There are many ways to control and get sensor data through GPIO through the network. Some require you to setup a web server and some require you to pass your data out of your network. In this post, we will be using none of those, instead we will be using UDP broadcasting.
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Recently I just got my Elephone Trunk, Elephone’s first ever Qualcomm Snapdragon device. This proved to be a huge break for me, as all the while I had been using […]
Android Things is a relatively new IoT platform and developers can develop on it just like your typical Android app (Some limitations apply). Since I had some experience writing Android apps, let’s dive in and have a stab at it.
Android Things is Google’s foray into the Internet of Things(IoT) world based on Android Frameworks. As of now, Google support 3 hardware platforms.
It has been a long time since someone posted here, so I might as well start off with something.
After being stuck on budget phones for a long time, I finally had the opportunity to get a flagship device from my carrier, so I decided to go with the Xperia Z5, as I’ve been fond of the Sony Xperia line for quite some time. Let’s see how it holds up.
If you are a Chinese smartphone enthusiast you will know that most of these Chinese smartphones (particularly MediaTek ones) only receive up to about 2 OTA updates before they are discontinued, or left outdated. If you use a mainstream device though, you will not experience this, at least, most of the time. So how is it like living without updates?