2. Android phone that supports USB otg
3. OTG cable
Many of you might know about USB on the go, you can connect your pen drive, game controllers, and other stuff via OTG. USB OTG was also great for powering up small devices like arduino, but much couldn’t have been achieved with it(except for powering). All the processing power that today’s mobile devices possess was going to vane and mobile they were only used as merely small power banks for generally arduino based prototyping.
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Interface is pretty clean, not cluttered with tabs and buttons.
Then around 50% of the screen area is allocated for the “Editor” and “Navigator”.
Bottom part is reserved for “Diagnostics” and “Output”.
Write/modify your desired sketch in the editor section, compile it by pressing the icon next to save icon. Wait for a while, it might take sometime depending on your sketch and the mobile device. Then check the output section for any errors/warnings.
Connect Arduino with your mobile device using USB OTG. Select the desired board from the options under Settings–>Board type, for the purpose of this demonstration I have Arduino Duemilanove with ATmega328.
Now click upload.
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