Android SDKs now available

Android SDKs now available

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Modules supporting Android Open Accessory development are now in stock with Mouser. It includes Microchip Technology's DM240415 PIC24F Accessory Development Starter Kit for Android and Arduino's Mega Android Development Kit.
By eeNews Europe


Microchip has introduced the DM240415 PIC24F Accessory Development Starter Kit which centers on a 16-bit PIC24 development board and contains a PICkit 3 In-Circuit Debugger and a royalty-free, no fee licensed software library (available via download) that enables the development of Android hardware accessories based on Microchip’s portfolio of 16-bit and 32-bit PIC microcontrollers.  

Similarly, the Arduino Mega Android Development Kit (ADK) is based on the ATmega2560 microcontroller board (containing the Atmel Atmega328 MCU). It features a USB host interface to connect with Android based devices as well as 54 digital I/O pins, 16 analog inputs, and 4 UARTs.  Together with the ADK download package available from Google, the Arduino Mega ADK forms an easy-to-use open source platform for Open Accessory development.         

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