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Re: AW: Android app

Postby epyonxero » Tue Dec 17, 2013 10:38 pm

sandmen wrote:Did you select the usb in settings?


Yes. I had the same problems with version 2.8.5 but 2.8.4 worked fine on the Nexus 7 until it got an OTA update for Android 4.4.
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Re: Android app

Postby epyonxero » Wed Dec 18, 2013 12:05 am

I played around with my Nexus 7 some more to see if the problem might be my OTG cable. The cable seems to be fine, I connected a flash drive to the tablet which worked okay and I turned on USB debugging. I tried the GCS again and now I can connect to the AQ over USB. Im not sure what made the difference. The only issues I see so far are the parameters dont always show up, sometimes it take several refreshes and when I disconnect from the AQ the app crashes.
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Re: AW: Android app

Postby sandmen » Wed Dec 18, 2013 8:09 am

Hmm, i hope to find a little bit time to
have a look for the usb stuff.
Didn't check it in Details.
Thanks for reporting.
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Re: Android app

Postby kinderkram » Wed Dec 18, 2013 12:56 pm

FYI:
A special version of the Mobile Atlas Creator can be downloaded from our FTP:
ftp://ftp.autoquad.org/3/334693_22529/3 ... 1.9.14.zip
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Re: Android app

Postby afernan » Wed Dec 18, 2013 5:45 pm

Peter, thanks for this update. I've installed in Nexus 5 and it works fine. Angel
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Re: Android app

Postby SuperSharpShooter » Fri Dec 20, 2013 10:02 am

Good work. Look forward to trying this out on my 2012 nexus 7.
-Glenn
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Re: Android app

Postby epyonxero » Thu Dec 26, 2013 10:05 pm

sandmen wrote:Hi,
I have updated the Android app.
At first thanks to,
- Guillaume Helle ( https://code.google.com/p/mavlinkjava/ )
We have worked together on the mavlink library
- Arthur Benemann ( https://github.com/arthurbenemann/droidplanner/ )
I'm using some "GUI" styles & code from this droidplanner
- Menno ;-) for testing.

The follow me, and the tap to go, need a special fw.
I will attach a patch, for latest svn version.


Can you give some details about how you get the video in to work? From what I understand stock android doesnt have drivers to support video input so I assume youre using a custom kernel.
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Re: Android app

Postby skew » Thu Dec 26, 2013 10:25 pm

Great improvement!!!!!. The only suggestions I would have is if we could set default settings for takeoff,landing,orbit either in the settings menu or edit a text file. Also the save mission just saves file with a timestamp instead of being able to name the mission in have to goto a file manager to rename the mission file to keep up with what I am planning. Everything seems to be working nice.
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Re: Android app

Postby sandmen » Fri Dec 27, 2013 9:36 am

@Skew,
did you see the "default mission" menu point, in planning tab?
There you can define your "default" mission item.

Yep,
I will add a field for inserting the file/location name!

Anyone, try the recording function's?

Thanks
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Re: Android app

Postby skew » Fri Dec 27, 2013 10:19 am

yes but it only lets me set the "waypoint" it seems to be grayed out I cant select anything but waypoint.

sandmen wrote:@Skew,
did you see the "default mission" menu point, in planning tab?
There you can define your "default" mission item.

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