Digispark - to program an Atmega328P

is that possible? to program the atmega328P using a digispark board?...
I don't have the digispark so I don't have a way to test this but I'm looking to get one.

I've been fiddling around with ArduinoDroid - that app that can upload sketches using only a phone!
it works on the common Arduino boards and it has support on the digispark.

my circuits will likely be built without the entire arduino board so its compact. i have the CP2102 TTL, but the ArduinoDroid app doesnt seem to support this (it failed when i uploaded a sample sketch).

is that possible? to program the atmega328P using a digispark board?..

Did you ask Google?

As for running an IDE on a phone, you really must be joking. Even writing a blink sketch would be painful. Just because you can doesn’t mean you should.

WattsThat:
Did you ask Google?

I did that man and I didn't find anyone who posted anything about it - exactly why I posted here.

WattsThat:
As for running an IDE on a phone, you really must be joking. Even writing a blink sketch would be painful. Just because you can doesn’t mean you should.

You don't have to if you dont like the idea of it, but I want it. - its an inovation and its Very Portable.

I'm guessing you don't know the answer...

If your digital has reset disabled so it acts like an I/O pin,it might be possible, but it would need a special version of Arduino as ISP, I think. Making it fit in the flash might be a problem too. Check the digispark forums; someone there has probably tried it. I would really suggest a proper programmer, especially since you sound newish to arduino.

And like others have said,trying to write code on a phone sounds like hell. It is much easier with a real keyboard and mouse.