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Two options for Building your own Android ADK
Both Options Work with Google's DemoKit.apk
DIY Android ADK
1. Arduino Mega ADK
2. Arduino Mega 2560 and a Circuits @ Home USB Shield 2.0
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See on:
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Arduino Sketch
Arduino Sketch
In this Sketch:

Arduino Conneciton = DemoKit.apk Control or Indicator

PWM 2 = LED1 Red
PWM 4 = LED1 Green
PWM 3 = LED1 Blue
PWM 5 = LED2 Red
PWM 7 = LED2 Green
PWM 6 = LED2 Blue
PWM 8 = LED3 Red
PWM 10 = LED3 Green
PWM 9 = LED3 Blue
A0 = Relay 1
A1 = Relay 2
A2 = Button 1
A3 = Button 2
A4 = Button 3
A5 = Light Sensor

How to Test:

  1. Connect the Cathode side of a LED to GND
  2. Connect the Anode side of the LED to PWM 2
  3. Connect the shield USB to your android device
  4. Apply power to the Arduino
  5. LED 1 Red should control the Brightness of the LED
In this Sketch:

Arduino Conneciton = DemoKit.apk Control or Indicator

PWM 3 = LED1 Red
PWM 4 = LED1 Green
PWM 5 = LED1 Blue
A2 = Light Sensor
A6 = Button 1
A7 = Button 2

How to Test:

  1. Connect the Cathode side of a LED to PWM 3
  2. Connect the Anode side of the LED to a 100 ohm resistor
  3. Connect the other side of the 100 ohm resistor to 5Vdc
  4. Connect the shield USB to your android device
  5. Apply power to the Arduino
  6. LED 1 Red should control the Brightness of the LED
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