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How to Use Gpio Pins On Android

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Hey everbody!

First off all, yes Im a little noob :) . Before I buy my Nanopi M2 I want to know if I can use the GPIO pins on Android 5.0.1 ( I want use a 3 axis gyro for Google Cardboard type apps, exspecally Vridge) if anyone can help me with this please do it :D .
Is easy from Android but you need to use a JNI to run the native C++ code.

If you want to avoid using the FriendlyArm version and the need to sign with the platform-tools signature files, this code I created works well under Android 5 and above and also includes I2C

Hi, Thank you. I recently came to know that there is a new GPIO expander software!.
Then, I use the GPIO pins of a Raspberry Pi Zero while running Debian Stretch on a PC or Mac with our new GPIO expander software! With this tool, you can easily access a Pi Zero’s GPIO pins from your x86 laptop without using SSH, and you can also take advantage of your x86 computer’s processing power in your physical computing projects.
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