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  1. I am currently trying to implement the related Android Application on the basis of Android phone and Digilent Nexys2 communication.

    And I know that Digilent Adept is a unique and powerful solution which allows you to communicate with Digilent system boards and a wide assortment of logic devices.

    However, I learned about that the official website only provides the shared libraries (.so) that support armhf, i686 and x86-64 at present.(https://reference.digilentinc.com/reference/software/adept/start?redirect=1#software_downloads)

    Now I need to compile and generate the shared libraries  (.so)  that support armeabi or armeabi-v7a (CPU architecture supported by Android) by myself.

    Do you know where can I find the source code for the shared libraries  (.so) (C or C++ code)? I urgently need this source code!!!

    Can you help me?

  2. I am currently trying to implement the related Android Application on the basis of Android phone and Digilent Nexys2 communication.
    And I know that Digilent Adept is a unique and powerful solution which allows you to communicate with Digilent system boards and a wide assortment of logic devices.

    However, I only find the shared libraries (.so) that support armhf, i686 and x86-64.(https://reference.digilentinc.com/reference/software/adept/start?redirect=1#software_downloads)

    Now I need the shared libraries  (.so)  that support armeabi or armeabi-v7a.

    Do you know where can I find the shared library (.so) that support armeabi or armeabi-v7a?

    Can you help me?

  3. 13 hours ago, Kristoff said:

    Hey,

    1. Can WaveForms Live connect to Digilent Nexys2?

    • No.

    2. Is Digilent Nexys2 a WaveForms Live compatible device?

    • No.  Right now the OpenScope MZ is the only WaveForms Live compatible device.

    3. Is the Android app of WaveForms Live use the libusb shared libraries?If is,what is the CPU architecture the libusb shared libraries?

    • No, the WaveForms Live Android app connects to the hardware using HTTP and cannot communicate with USB device plugged into the android device directly.

    4. Is there the libusb shared libraries that support armeabi or armeabi-v7a on the official website. If is, where can I find it? If not, does this mean that the development of Android applications can only be applied to Android phones or pad that support X86 or X86-64

    • I'm not sure.  Since WaveForms Live is a hybrid mobile app, I would look for a cordova plugin that provides direct hardware access if you plan to integrate it into WaveForms Live.  If you don't plan to use Waveforms Live I would look into Android Studio and QT.

    Good luck!

    -Kristoff

    These helps me a lot. Thank you very much!!!

  4. I am currently trying to implement the related Android Application on the basis of Android phone and Digilent Nexys2 communication.

    Through the official website I learned that the WaveForms Live device manager enables users to add, configure, and connect to WaveForms Live compatible devices. (https://reference.digilentinc.com/reference/software/waveforms-live/add-device)

    And I know that Digilent Adept is a unique and powerful solution which allows you to communicate with Digilent system boards and a wide assortment of logic devices.
    However, I only find the libusb shared libraries that support i686 and x86-64(https://reference.digilentinc.com/reference/software/adept/start?redirect=1#software_downloads)

    I want to konw the following questions:

    1. Can WaveForms Live connect to Digilent Nexys2?

    2. Is Digilent Nexys2 a WaveForms Live compatible device?

    3. Is the Android app of WaveForms Live use the libusb shared libraries?If is,what is the CPU architecture the libusb shared libraries?

    4. Is there the libusb shared libraries that support armeabi or armeabi-v7a on the official website. If is, where can I find it? If not, does this mean that the development of Android applications can only be applied to Android phones or pad that support X86 or X86-64

    Can you help me!

  5. 11 hours ago, jamey.hicks said:

    What are you trying to do? Couldn't you achieve the same thing by using the USB OTG port connected to the Zynq PS?

     

    I only have the Nexys2. I use the original board did not realize the task of my communication,。 It can not read the USB data through the Adept software. So I wonder if it might be the problem that i don't adjust the firmware.

  6. On 2016/6/4 at 9:10 AM, andreadarke said:

    Hi, i broken the eeprom IC5 where the Cypress CY7C68013A firmware is stored.

    I need the .iic file in order to upload it again to a new eeprom with Cypress CyConsole tool.

    Thank you very much!

    Do you have access to the iic file? If so, can share with me

  7. On 2016/6/7 at 6:11 PM, attila said:

    Hello,

    You can use the repair application or the iic file you got in message.

    Hi, I also broken the eeprom  where the Cypress CY7C68013A firmware is stored. But I can not find a solution in the above reply or iic file. Can you provide me with the iic file directly. 

    Thank you very much!

  8. On 2016/6/7 at 6:11 PM, attila said:

    Hello,

    You can use the repair application or the iic file you got in message.

    Hi, I also broken the eeprom  where the Cypress CY7C68013A firmware is stored. But I can not find a solution in the above reply or iic file. Can you provide me with the iic file directly. 

    Thank you very much!