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hello
i want to upload code directly from android to arduino?
can they talk to each other
i saw some post that talked about running Arduino IDE in android by linux version
thanks for replay
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hello
i want to upload code directly from android to arduino?
can they talk to each other
i saw some post that talked about running Arduino IDE in android by linux version
thanks for replay
best regards

In order to have a snowball's chance at doing this, you'd probably need to have the device rooted.

Furthermore, the Java that is on Android devices is -not- a standard Java; right now Google (Android) and Oracle (owners of Sun Microsystems and Java) are waging court battles on this very issue (ie, non-standard Java).

Basically - if you wanted to really do this - you would need a deep understanding of both the Arduino system, IDE, etc (the Java guts, mainly) - as well as how to develop for Android devices using the Android SDK - then you would need to port the Arduino system over. Of course, you would also need to get a compatible version of the avr-gcc compiler working on the version of Linux on the device as well. Then package the whole thing up into an ADK, sign it, and install it.

Not a simple process - especially if you are asking this kind of question, which indicates you may not have the experience needed to even start...
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For what it's worth (probably not a lot!) I abandoned any bright ideas of "I want to put the Arduino IDE on my tablet!" pretty quickly because of all the reasons detailed above.

I can't see coding on a touchscreen being much fun anyway.

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There is a website that will allow you to do Arduino compiles in your browser.  You can probably use that from your Android device.

http://codebender.cc/
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The Arduino IDE runs on my Raspberry Pi, albeit slowly. I have a full gcc AVR toolchain installed as well as a copy of avrdude. So, we know it's possible to install the Arduino IDE on ARM processors. You might have more luck with a starting point if you explore how it was ported to the RPi.
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Not sure about running Arduino IDE on android, but you can upload sketch right from your android device:
http://arduinocommander.blogspot.com/2013/03/upload-sketch.html
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Check out full-featured Arduino IDE on android:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=name.antonsmirnov.android.arduinodroid
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