SubSurface Mobile and OTG
thomas.fange at gmail.com
Tue May 22 23:19:44 PDT 2018
That sounds promising!
I use a Mares Puck Pro with the USB-cable (don't have it here right now so
I can't check the version of it nor the ftdi chip). And I use an Sony
Xperia XZ2 with the O release of Android.
But if you say that the support is there, then I could get the logs from
the phone and see what actually happens.
I could also try on an older Xperia Tablet (Z3 or Z4) and see if they work
(with an older Android cookie).
ons 23 maj 2018 kl 07:29 skrev Miika Turkia <miika.turkia at gmail.com>:
> This does work for some divecomputers, depending on the ftdi chip that is
> used on the cable. We also have some trouble with Android OS as some newer
> Android versions prevent us from accessing the USB devices. What versions
> of DC, cable (the serial chip), phone and Android you are using? (I have
> used OTG on Nexus 7 tablet and Suunto Vyper Air DC successfully, don't
> remember the Android version on the tablet.)
> On Wed, May 23, 2018 at 8:15 AM, Thomas Fänge <thomas.fange at gmail.com>
>> First, thanks all for you effort and the great and useful application!
>> I'm connecting my dive computer to my Linux laptop, and that works
>> But, wouldn't it be possible to do that on the SubSurface Mobile
>> (Android) app too?
>> I have a "watertight" Sony phone, and I use a USB On-The-Go (OTG) cable
>> to use e.g. a mouse or external keyboard, so should it not then be possible
>> to use USB-communication from the SubSurface app too, instead of only a
>> Bluetooth connection? This would enable me to only bring the phone while
>> travelling, even on the boat or shore and download my dives, getting the
>> current position etc. without worrying if the phone gets wet or not.
>> Today, when I connect the dive computer to the phone with the OTG cable,
>> I can see on the leds on the interface cable that the connection is made to
>> the phone, but that interface (USB) never turns up as an option in the
>> SubSurface dive computer menu - only Bluetooth is available there.
>> Best regards,
>> subsurface mailing list
>> subsurface at subsurface-divelog.org
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