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Help to create a motorized screen
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Hi, i created an android infotainment for my car with android for use android auto and some apps in car.
My problem now is that i have to create a motorized screen that opens an close when the tb starts and shutdown, there is a metod to move a servo when i start the tb and when i power off it?
Is it possible to put TB in standby ?
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(04-29-2019, 05:56 AM)Andre96 Wrote: Hi, i created an android infotainment for my car with android for use android auto and some apps in car.
My problem now is that i have to create a motorized screen that opens an close when the tb starts and shutdown, there is a metod to move a servo when i start the tb and when i power off it?
Is it possible to put TB in standby ?

Either you go for "limit switch" or "optical endstop sensor" via arduino or something. And both requires gpio so how did you arrange gpio's on Android? I am still struggling with gpio by using android. 

I had to power audio amplifier with flip-flop switch and wanted to move it to gpio using relays or something, but couldnt figure out gpio on Android Sad
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(05-02-2019, 05:54 PM)chino Wrote: Either you go for "limit switch" or "optical endstop sensor" via arduino or something. And both requires gpio so how did you arrange gpio's on Android? I am still struggling with gpio by using android. 

I had to power audio amplifier with flip-flop switch and wanted to move it to gpio using relays or something, but couldnt figure out gpio on Android Sad
Use wiringPi to access the gpio: https://tinkerboarding.co.uk/forum/threa...ml#pid2394
And here some description how to use the wiringPi with Android Studio: https://tinkerboarding.co.uk/forum/threa...l#pid10454
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