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fkeel

if i could compile c & java on my phone, I would be looking for a good bluetooth keyboard instead of a laptop.

actually I dream of having arduino run on my android device... but sadly... doesnt look like thats happening.

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tually I dream of having arduino run on my android device... but sadly... doesnt look like thats happening.


Actually have to make thing's happen they not happen by themselves so if you are look to load one i think the hardware of these days Android phone provide that too.

look at for example that much celebrated Rasp pi it has a 700Mhz clock and the processor is good to so runs a small linux distro on it much likey the Android phone like the one i have that runs on 1 Ghz must be able to load the linux sort of distro and then one can tweak the Arduino Library to somewhat extent as one has to do with Puppy Linux(i used to run puppy on my laptop before i got this new one as my old laptop just couldn't run anything more than Puppy.)

So in a nutshell this can happen but will take time investment and OVERCLOCKING and HEATING of one's BRAIN
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fkeel

dude.

a) just becouse the hardware that android runs on is strong enough to support compiling code does not mean that android as an operating system supports it.

b) my problem: broken laptop - solution: new laptop.

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Anyway, thanks for the advice, but I think I'll pass.

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dude.

a) just becouse the hardware that android runs on is strong enough to support compiling code does not mean that android as an operating system supports it.


Yes it mean's it can be done, it mean's the possibility is there ,you have to modulate the IDE like one has to do for small distro's like Puppy.

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just becouse the hardware that android runs on is strong enough to support compiling code


it mean's you have the power but not the software now that can be done , but for example if you do not have supported Hardware nothing can be done for instance take the Pyxis OS for Arduino ,it is there on Mega but you can't make it work on a UNO so Hardware is the very major thing here.
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fkeel

turns out I was completely wrong. I was under the impression, that android somehow does not support compiling native code. anyway - thats not true.

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