Yeah that works. You can also use androidvnc. There's a video on this page of me controlling Pi with my galaxy s2. (Second part of vid). click hereteh_orph wrote:You could just SSH into your Pi from an Android program like Connectbot? Works for me...
Have a look for Hackers Keyboard too, which includes things like the tab/ctrl/alt keys etc.
I found this datasheet for the Kindle 3 display. http://www.coscom.com.tw/manage/soft_do ... r%2020.pdf Does anyone know if it's possible to connect via the DCI port with out major hacking?mummson wrote:That's amazing ... is there any way to hook up any of these http://www.panelook.com/modelsearch.php ... ton=Search via the DSI port?
If it's a Kindle Touch, it's almost insultingly easy: http://www.the-digital-reader.com/2011/ ... uns-html5/ (I've only got experience with one of those and an earlier version a keyboard; both hacked mainly because I couldn't stand the standard wallpaper.)pepijndevos wrote:I have a fourth generation Kindle. Any idea how to do this on my Kindle? All jailbreaks seem to be for the third generation.
I found one that installs a private key, and one that uses diagnosis mode to temporarily enable SSH over USB. But from there there is no obvious path to installing a terminal emulator.