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  • #184
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    I have noticed that in some instances the buttons are not refreshed when configured 1st time. I have to kill the app and restart. (mainly right side menu)

    Also can you add a function for recent apps to be added as a button if we wanted?

    Lastly, I think

    #466
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    OK, I see the menu issue you mention, I’ll look into it. A quick solution is just press the arrow button at the bottom and the buttons will show up. It’s not a fix, but it’s easier than a restart <img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_wink.gif" alt

    #467
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    OK I can buy a DUE.. not a problem, what else will I need with it..

    I have another plan for the UNO

    #468
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    If you only have one USB port on your device, if you hook up a Due, that’s the only thing you can hook up. Everything will have to be via the Due and Autosense.

    #469
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    @eric wrote:

    If you only have one USB port on your device, if you hook up a Due, that’s the only thing you can hook up. Everything will have to be via the Due and Autosense.

    I can’t use a hub?

    Here is what I want co

    #470
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    Nope, that’s one of the downsides of using a Due. The way it works is like this: When you use an Uno, the Android device has an OTG cable, effectively turning the micro USB port into a USB host. It allows you to hookup a hub and as many devices as are s

    #474
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    My Device has a OTG (USB Mini) Port and also has a full size USB port. Also as I mentioned in another post my UNO is actually a Redboard (with the FTDI). I guess I will stick with the Redboard then, since I know eventually it will all work together

    #476
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    Since you have two ports you might be in luck. You can use the micro USB to hook up to the Due, like you normally would hook up to a computer. Then you can use the other port to hook up to your other devices using a hub.

    #483
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    My honest opinion would be to use a Due if at all possible. Because it’s officially supported by Google, it’s much less likely to break in the future. Plus getting the Uno (Redboard) to work reliably is much less likely to happen than the Due.
    If you

    #484
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    @eric wrote:

    My honest opinion would be to use a Due if at all possible. Because it’s officially supported by Google, it’s much less likely to break in the future. Plus getting the Uno (Redboard) to work reliably is much less likely

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    #486
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    #487
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    So it sounds like development work will be better if we just used a Due instead of the uno? The one thing stopping me from using a Due is I need OTG host on the tablet side so I can use my usb dac but after some searching I may be able to use the Due fo

    #488
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    Bought the one I linked on eBay.. did not want to wait for one from China..

    need to get things working.. I just hope I can use my ALDL cable along with it

    #490
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    I was all on the Due train until I realized that I need tablet side otg for media storage.

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    I have noticed that in some instances the buttons are not refreshed when configured 1st time. I have to kill the app and restart. (mainly right side menu)

    Also can you add a function for recent apps to be added as a button if we wanted?

    Lastly, I think

    #466
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    OK, I see the menu issue you mention, I’ll look into it. A quick solution is just press the arrow button at the bottom and the buttons will show up. It’s not a fix, but it’s easier than a restart <img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_wink.gif" alt

    #467
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    OK I can buy a DUE.. not a problem, what else will I need with it..

    I have another plan for the UNO

    #468
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    If you only have one USB port on your device, if you hook up a Due, that’s the only thing you can hook up. Everything will have to be via the Due and Autosense.

    #469
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    @eric wrote:

    If you only have one USB port on your device, if you hook up a Due, that’s the only thing you can hook up. Everything will have to be via the Due and Autosense.

    I can’t use a hub?

    Here is what I want co

    #470
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    Nope, that’s one of the downsides of using a Due. The way it works is like this: When you use an Uno, the Android device has an OTG cable, effectively turning the micro USB port into a USB host. It allows you to hookup a hub and as many devices as are s

    #474
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    My Device has a OTG (USB Mini) Port and also has a full size USB port. Also as I mentioned in another post my UNO is actually a Redboard (with the FTDI). I guess I will stick with the Redboard then, since I know eventually it will all work together

    #476
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    Since you have two ports you might be in luck. You can use the micro USB to hook up to the Due, like you normally would hook up to a computer. Then you can use the other port to hook up to your other devices using a hub.

    #483
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    My honest opinion would be to use a Due if at all possible. Because it’s officially supported by Google, it’s much less likely to break in the future. Plus getting the Uno (Redboard) to work reliably is much less likely to happen than the Due.
    If you

    #484
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    @eric wrote:

    My honest opinion would be to use a Due if at all possible. Because it’s officially supported by Google, it’s much less likely to break in the future. Plus getting the Uno (Redboard) to work reliably is much less likely

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    So it sounds like development work will be better if we just used a Due instead of the uno? The one thing stopping me from using a Due is I need OTG host on the tablet side so I can use my usb dac but after some searching I may be able to use the Due fo

    #488
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    Bought the one I linked on eBay.. did not want to wait for one from China..

    need to get things working.. I just hope I can use my ALDL cable along with it

    #490
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    I was all on the Due train until I realized that I need tablet side otg for media storage.

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