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Thanks Sal for your comments on the article TI: Sensortag CC2650 . This is for you and those who are playing with TI SensorTag!
I've updated the repository of the Texas Instrument (TI) SensorTag CC2650. The repository can be found here . As you may know TI doesn't update the repository anymore. The original last open source repository of the application can be found here .
I've wrote an article last year as I migrated and updated the repository:
Today, I've updated the repository to support Android 8.1 (>6.0). The main modification was that Android >6.0 needs locatio...
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Google has released Android Things 1.0 this week to developers with long-term support for production devices.
I've updated today the two applications to run on this Android Things version:
Take a look at the full release notes for Android Things 1.0, and head over to the Android Things Console to begin validating your devices for production with the 1.0 system image. If you are looking for a Getting Started on Android Things, head over to these posts:
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Two posts in one day! Now the SensorTag CC2650 is running on Android Things. The Raspberry Pi 3 can be used as a sensor hub, and the SensorTag can be connected to it using BLE. I modified the original app and now it is working on Android Things! Minimal changes were required, especially on the files related with the user interface. Moreover,
WebViewis still not supported on Android Things.
The code can be found here:
Hardware & Software
As I said b...
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I've uploaded a repository for the Texas Instrument SensorTag CC2650. I updated the open source TI repository, which can be found here.
Due to licensing restrictions (I do not know which ones) Texas Instruments was no longer able to keep the open source code in sync with the SensorTag application in Google Play. That means, the new version in Google Play has more features than this one. But this is open source, and can be modified and extended! I am planning to collect the sensor data and publish on a G...