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Formula AllCode Robot Buggy (RB4191)

PostPosted: Tue Jul 26, 2016 8:53 am
by kk
I bought this robot some mounth ago. Had some time now to tray, but that was not easy.Have read some pages as
Just wondering if someone has got android or c#/vb/ or c++ to work

Thought I should try android . Downloaded ..., the instalation text is:
Connect android device to PC so it shows as a drive in Computer.
Copy the .apk file onto the phone's storage or SD storage
Enable developer options (Varies on manufacturer)
In developer options allow apps that are not direct from Google Play to be installed
Browse to the .apk file using a file browser app. Anttek or ES File Explorer work well.
click the file and select install
The application is installed onto the device with the name "Flowcode Stewart Platform"
Run the app
Click the Android menu button to bring up the user menu Select Connect to device - Secure or Insecure.
Select the device you want to connect to.
Once connected simply tilt the phone / tablet to drive the robot around.

The "app" named "Flowcode Stewart Platform" start, but not connected to device.

This is what I did
1) Opened the phone for development
2) Downloaded FA_AE__Android Eclipse and copied to SD card, usind PC
3) Used Anitek Explorer Browsed sd to the card for a .apk clicked on that.


Re: Formula AllCode Robot Buggy (RB4191)

PostPosted: Tue Jul 26, 2016 11:38 am
by ag
Did you enable Bluetooth? Does your onboard Bluetooth app find the device? Did the apk install successfully? Does the installed apk startup successfully? I have successfully installed the apk on my Android device (S4 mini) with no problems, but I do not have the robot device to test it.

Re: Formula AllCode Robot Buggy (RB4191)

PostPosted: Tue Feb 07, 2017 6:10 am
by chaturvedi98765