Which devices support IOIO? Please help us make a list!

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Ytai

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May 11, 2011, 4:21:10 PM5/11/11
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Hi IOIOers!
For the sake of this emerging community, let's try to crowd-source the list of devices that we've successfully managed to get IOIO working with. Please write the exact brand and model.
If it doesn't work for you on a certain model, but you are not 100% confident that it is because of a problem with this module, please don't post it here, to avoid confusing others.

Thanks for your help in advance.

I know of:
  • Google (HTC) G1
  • Google (HTC) Nexus One
  • Google (Samsung) Nexus S
  • Motorola Droid X
  • Samsung Galaxy S

James Britt

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May 11, 2011, 4:56:36 PM5/11/11
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Ytai wrote:
> Hi IOIOers!
> For the sake of this emerging community, let's try to crowd-source the list
> of devices that we've successfully managed to get IOIO working with. Please
> write the exact brand and model.

HelloIOIO works fine on my G2


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thibault

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May 11, 2011, 5:42:06 PM5/11/11
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HelloIOIO and IOIOSimpleApp works on my Archos 32.

thibault

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Works on Galaxy Tab 7" (but very sensible on Vusb)
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LogicFort

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May 14, 2011, 1:57:09 PM5/14/11
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Hi,
 
I am new to IOIO. Does this support all different hardwares using Android OS1.5 or later ? I am planning to use it with COBY tablet. It has Android 2.1
 

Nathan Chantrell

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May 14, 2011, 2:48:29 PM5/14/11
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Confirmed to work with:
  • HTC Desire
  • Advent Vega tablet

James Britt

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For people with an Android device, but not sure if they should go by
the IOIO, is there an app one can run to determine if a device is
IOIO-compatible?

If note, it is a plausible idea?

James

Erle Czar Mantos

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May 15, 2011, 9:55:43 PM5/15/11
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HTC Desire? Oh man ... now there's no excuse to NOT get one ...

Ytai

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May 16, 2011, 10:25:18 AM5/16/11
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As far as OS is concerned - it should work with anything 1.5 or later.
But as we've seen, different models have different quirks that may be related to different behavior on the physical layer (i.e. sensitivity to voltage drops, etc.) and to different behavior on the lowest layers of USB (i.e. how the device exposes itself).
So you shouldn't automatically assume your device will be supported - that's why I started this thread, with the hope that people would share what worked for them.

Ytai

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May 16, 2011, 12:41:37 PM5/16/11
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is there an app one can run to determine if a device is
IOIO-compatible?

If you mean an app to determine IOIO compatibility without a IOIO, I don't think this is plausible, since IOIO compatibility is determined by the physical layer and lowest software layers of USB, to which an app doesn't have access. In theory (but never trust theories too much), eventually every ADB-capable device should support IOIO, as IOIO is supposed to appear to the Android device exactly as a PC appears to it.

thibault

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May 18, 2011, 12:07:33 PM5/18/11
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Don't work on Samsung Galaxy S with OS 2.1 issue 1

FastEddy

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May 22, 2011, 10:33:28 PM5/22/11
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Hey Ytai!

I am pleased to say that I have the IOIO working with the AT&T HTC Inspire 4G. It's taken so long because of my extreme noobness with Android and Java. I managed to get Eclipse installed and working on my Linux machine but (for some reason, I can't even get the Hello programs to compile on my Windows machine) but I can't get it to debug directly on the Inspire -- I have resorted to eMailing myself the .apk and installing it that way.

Fortunately, that works just fine.

Eddy

barehill

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I have DroidX with OS 2.2.1/ API 8 installed. The Eclipse project I imported the SparkFun files to wants OS 3 or later. Is there a way around this?

Echelon_Force

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May 24, 2011, 12:57:43 AM5/24/11
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I have it working on the Sprint EVO 4G. (OS 2.2)

Unfortunately the example blinky of the stat light force quits on resume. Always works as intended on the first run, but never resumes....still trying to figure that out. I'm an adroid noob, so I'm still trying to get a debug chain setup that doesn't force me to swap USB connections constantly...

FastEddy

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Yah, on the Inspire it does not force quit -- I have to do that myself because it is no longer working. I guess it needs a handler for the Broadcast that sleeps the 'phone?

I have a lot to learn, too... Kinda why we're doing this, eh?

I STILL can't get it to debug on the 'phone :(

Stefano Sanna

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May 24, 2011, 4:08:51 AM5/24/11
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Hello Ytai,

hello everybody.

On Wed, May 11, 2011 at 10:21 PM, Ytai <yta...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi IOIOers!
> For the sake of this emerging community, let's try to crowd-source the list
> of devices that we've successfully managed to get IOIO working with. Please
> write the exact brand and model.

I'm testing IoIo on several devices. The first one I've got working is
the Huawei U8220 (sold as T-Mobile Pulse), with Android 2.1-update1.
I've tried other devices, but it seems that there is some power issue
on my battery pack. I'll be back as soon as I solve it.

Cheers,
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On May 11, 1:21 pm, Ytai <yta...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi IOIOers!
> For the sake of this emerging community, let's try to crowd-source the list
> of devices that we've successfully managed to get IOIO working with. Please
> write the exact brand and model.
> If it doesn't work for you on a certain model, but you are not 100%
> confident that it is because of a problem with this module, please don't
> post it here, to avoid confusing others.

Looks like it works on the HTC Evo.
I just got my board tonight and that was the first device I tested it
with.

Jonathan Beard

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May 25, 2011, 5:43:26 PM5/25/11
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Motorola DEFY with Android 2.1 works!

On May 11, 1:21 pm, Ytai <yta...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi IOIOers!
> For the sake of this emerging community, let's try to crowd-source the list
> of devices that we've successfully managed to get IOIO working with. Please
> write the exact brand and model.
> If it doesn't work for you on a certain model, but you are not 100%
> confident that it is because of a problem with this module, please don't
> post it here, to avoid confusing others.
>
> Thanks for your help in advance.
>
> I know of:
>
>    - Google (HTC) G1
>    - Google (HTC) Nexus One
>    - Google (Samsung) Nexus S
>    - Motorola Droid X
>    - Samsung Galaxy S

maasg

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May 26, 2011, 6:10:24 PM5/26/11
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Hi,
I received my IOIO today and worked through the SparkFun tutorial to run on a Sony Xperia X8. All went well until I tried to get the app to talk to the IOIO. Nothing seems to happen on the on/off sample app. 
Somebody could tell me whether I need to choose the 'charge phone' or 'manage content' option when I connect the IOIO --USB --phone?  (tried both options but didn't get it working).

I hope to get this running.

kr, Gerard.

Ytai Ben-Tsvi

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May 26, 2011, 6:36:48 PM5/26/11
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Whichever mode which enables you to establish an adb connection when connecting your phone to your PC should be fine for IOIO. Also make sure the charge current limiting trimmer is all the way clockwise.

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Wyvez

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May 26, 2011, 11:24:18 PM5/26/11
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Confirmed working with Motorola Xoom

AlexD

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May 27, 2011, 3:52:10 PM5/27/11
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Works perfectly on HTC Desire Z (CyanogenMod 7) and Acer Iconia Tab
A500 :-)

Bob

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Motorola Droid running Android 2.2.2 This phone was put in service
Jan. of 2010. IOIO board and Sparkfun HelloIOIO worked as published.
Only thing I did was turn up the current as advised.

barehill

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Working on DroidX OS 2.2.1, turned current pot. full cw.

Annon

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May 30, 2011, 6:03:45 AM5/30/11
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Working on Advent Vega running VegaComb (HoneyComb 3.0 port)

fireraisr

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May 30, 2011, 8:26:53 PM5/30/11
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Sparkfun example running on LG Optimus, specifically the Optimus V
from Virgin Mobile running 2.2.1 unrooted.

Attempting to run other stuff but my java skills seem to be lacking.
Will report other results as they come in.

Tero Koivunen

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May 31, 2011, 4:36:39 PM5/31/11
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Huawei Ideos X5, Android 2.2.1

FX Rolland

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Jun 2, 2011, 1:19:46 PM6/2/11
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Working on Archos 70 it (Archos Gen 8) !

ron

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working on galaxy S2 ;)

Patrick

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Works great on HTC Sensation with Android 2.3.3 :)

Todd

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Got the Motorola Atrix working last night.

FirstName LastName

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Hi All, 


is the following overview correct?

Cheers

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This is a summary of the phones that have been using the "blinking led on the IOIO board" test :

tested : Successfully 

  • Acer Iconia Tab A500
  • Archos
    • 32
    • 70  (Archos Gen 8)
  • Advent
    • Vega tablet
    • Vega running VegaComb (HoneyComb 3.0 port)
    • EVO 4G. (OS 2.2)
    • HTC 
      • Desire
      • Desire Z (CyanogenMod 7)
      • Evo
      • G1 (Google)
      • G2
      • Inspire 4G
      • Nexus One (Google)
      • Sensation OS  2.3.3
    • Huawei
      • U8220 (sold as T-Mobile Pulse) OS 2.1-update1
      • Ideos X5  OS  2.2.1
    • LG

    o    Optimus V 

    §  OS  2.2.1 unrooted

    • Motorola 
      • Atrix
      • DEFY with  2.1
      • Droid X
        • OS 2.2.1  note: turned current pot. full cw
        • OS 2.2.2  note: turned current pot. full cw
      • Xoom
    • Samsung 
      • Galaxy S
      • Galaxy S2
      • Galaxy Tab 7" (but very sensible on Vusb)
      • Nexus S (Google)

    tested : failed

    • Samsung 
      • Galaxy S with OS 2.1 issue 1

    Test: in progress

      • DroidX with OS 2.2.1/ API 8 
      • Sony Xperia X8 [1]


      [1] Whichever mode which enables you to establish an adb connection when connecting your phone to your PC should be fine for IOIO. Also make sure the charge current limiting trimmer is all the way clockwise

      Michael Weaver

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      Verified on:

      HTC Evo 2.3.3, doesn't hang and FC anymore

      HTC Flyer 2.3.3

      Adapt0r

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      Please, add Samsung Vibrant to a list.

      I also wanted to note a number of people including myself are looking to use the project for lab data acquisition. Unfortunately, chosen hardware has very obvious limitations.  What do you think about replacing PIC processor with ARM. New board Maple RET6 from leaflabs.org might be a good contender. Folks form leaflabs made it compatible with Arduino for easy start up both in programming and in physical interface. The board uses 32-bit STM32F103RET6 with A/D at 1MHz and D/A, plus everything else.   
      It can operate in sleep mode consuming less than 1 mA.
      It would be interesting to hear your thoughts
      Thanks!

      NZIdol

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      Works also on Huawei U8150 Ideos, Android 2.2

      fumbi kolawole

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      Works with both the HTC Wildfire and the LG Optimus 2x (Tmobile G2x). Both phones running Android 2.2 .

      Doit

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      Samsung Infuse handles the demo apps.  Sweet!

      trandi

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      Jun 23, 2011, 5:29:05 PM6/23/11
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      First of all thanks Ytai for this great board !!!

      I'm pleased to report that it works fine with

      Orange San Francisco ( ZTE Blade )

      Here's the proof:

      https://trandi.wordpress.com/2011/06/18/hello-ioio-android/

      regards,
      dan

      Fernando Monteiro

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      Works on my Galaxy S GT-I9000B with froyo

      Gilad Zelniker

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      Works on my HTC Legend.

      picnoob

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      HTC Tmobile MyTouch 3g Slide --- works great! Thank you. 

      Guillem Perez

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      Works on my Motorola Milestone 1 with cyanomodgen 7RC11 the ioio example 

      Steve

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      Works with my stock Motorola Droid X2 with potentiometer turned all the way up
      Doesn't work very well with my stock HTC Droid Incredible, has a tendency to freeze at times

      Paul

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      Doesn't seem to work with a Sony Ericsson X10i (Android version 2.1 update 1).  Load the Hello IOIO app, connect the IOIO and then power up the IOIO. The orange led on the IOIO comes on straight away, pressing the button in the app doesn't affect  the state of the led. The orange led is on even if the Hello IOIO app is not running it only goes off when the phone is disconnected.

      Graham Bindon

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      Works OK on my O2 HTC Desire HD (as well as my ACER ICONIA TAB A500)
      Graham

      maasg

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      Paul, same issue with an Xperia X8 See: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/ioio-users/Je7KKBu1FLo
      -kr, Gerard

      Tamlyn

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      Doesn't work on Samsung Galaxy Apollo (aka GT-I5800) with Android 2.1-update1. Phone detects board and charges but stat light on IOIO doesn't turn off.

      Henrique

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      Works on:
      - Motorola Milestone (2.2.1)
      - iRobot Tablet (2.1-update1)

      Paul Gittings

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      Hi thanks for the heads up.
      I've just checked the IOIO downloads page
      http://codaset.com/ytai/ioio/wiki/Downloads page and there is a version
      2 of the library software. I'm going to give it a go when I have some
      time, about to go to work. Have you tried it?

      I've also noticed that someone with a Samsung running 2.1 update 1 is
      also having issues. I thought originally it was just a Sony Ericcson
      issue but it doesn't seem so now
      Cheers,
      Paul

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      Paul Gittings

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      Tried the 2.0 version, still doesn't work for me, and now I'm late for work.

      On 13/07/11 08:33, maasg wrote:

      Denis F.

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      Hello IOIOers,

      IOIO board works fine with both GeeksPhone ONE and GeeksPhone ZERO :)

      Denis

      Tamlyn

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      Update on ZTE Blade / Orange San Francisco: doesn't work with stock Orange 2.1-update1 but does work with other ROMS such as Cyanogen 2.3.3 and Modaco 2.2. See http://wiki.modaco.com/index.php/ZTE_Blade for info on installing custom firmwares. It's not too difficult if you follow the instructions (of which there are a lot!).

      miahi

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      Verified on HTC Desire S, 2.3.3.

      mark gross

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      FWIW: It works on a HTC Passion (nexus-1) running CyanogenMod-7.1.0-RC1-N1

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      Krishna

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      Samsung Europa GT I5500 (With Android 2.2) it may not work with 2.1 as many users are having problem with devices running 2.1 - My device came with OS upgraded so couldn't test with Android 2.1

      mark gross

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      I thought you needed android 2.3.4 or 3.0 to use the ADK interfaces.
      So I wouldn't expect 2.1 or 2.2 based android devices to work.

      Do they?

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      Ytai Ben-Tsvi

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      Mainstream IOIO works over ADB and thus works on any version. OpenAccessory is in Beta.

      On Aug 3, 2011 6:03 PM, "mark gross" <mark...@gmail.com> wrote:
      > I thought you needed android 2.3.4 or 3.0 to use the ADK interfaces.
      > So I wouldn't expect 2.1 or 2.2 based android devices to work.
      >
      > Do they?
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      mark gross

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      I had assumed that I knew what open accessory was (ADB with special
      socket interfaces) Looks like I was wrong and have to do some more
      reading up on Open Accessory.

      sorry.

      --mark

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      > Mainstream IOIO works over ADB and thus works on any version. OpenAccessory
      > is in Beta.
      >
      > On Aug 3, 2011 6:03 PM, "mark gross" <mark...@gmail.com> wrote:
      >> I thought you needed android 2.3.4 or 3.0 to use the ADK interfaces.
      >> So I wouldn't expect 2.1 or 2.2 based android devices to work.
      >>
      >> Do they?
      >>
      >> --mark
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      ckb

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      Works on my HTC Droid Incredible (Android 2.2) and Samsung galaxy tab wifi-only (version P1010, also with android 2.2).

      Paul

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      Sony released new firmware for the X10 last week, based on Android 2.3.3. This DOES work with the IOIO board.
      So
      X10 + 2.3.3 + IOIO  GOOD
      X10 + 2.1    + IOIO BAD

      Krishna Kumar

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      All devices with 2.1 are having trouble

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      minx

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      works on Dell Streak (Froyo 2.2) 5"

      Notrub

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      Anyone have luck with a Samsung Droid Charge?
      The status light blinks once quickly when plugged in but has no response after that. Phone does charge and enter USB debug mode, but thats it.

      Krishna Kumar

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      What OS version does it run on?

      On 24 August 2011 05:34, Notrub <not...@gmail.com> wrote:
      Anyone have luck with a Samsung Droid Charge?
      The status light blinks once quickly when plugged in but has no response after that. Phone does charge and enter USB debug mode, but thats it.

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      Notrub

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      2.2

      Krishna

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      Just to understand your problem, after plugging in are you trying to execute any IOIOapps from your device? if so which application. Did you check the phone's logs? Does it show the handshake messages between IOIO and your phone

      fil1995

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      Is HTC Sensation OS 2.3.4 compatibile with IOIO Android ?

      Krishna Kumar

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