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Rkardo58

Noob needs help.

I'm new to arduino and anykind of prgramming actually xD.

I'm doing a project where a devide sends data from an arduino to a computer (Processing made program)via USB, but now I need to make an Android App that gets the same data and treats it in the realtime.

Can you help me?

the data from the arduino changes the angle of the pointer on the image.


Do I need to change anything on the Arduino or just program the app to get it?

groundFungus

The newer versions of Processing have an android mode.  You can compile your Processing code with the android mode and send the resulting program to a connected device.  

MorganS

Does it have to be USB? It is often easier to use Bluetooth. That also has the benefit that the Android is untethered.
"The problem is in the code you didn't post."

xl97

Does it have to be USB? It is often easier to use Bluetooth. That also has the benefit that the Android is untethered.
^ This.


Also.. if you use MIT APP Inventor 2 to make this Android app..   there are tons of bluetooth tutorials out there to get up and running quickly.

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