Archive for the ‘Android’ Category

Recently my company purchased a Raspberry Pi for me to experiment with.  The Raspberry Pi  is a credit card sized development board/computer which runs the Linux operating system (can run Android too.)  This product boasts a Broadcom BCM2835 system-on-a-chip (SoC), meaning that the chip is the computer.  What exactly does that mean?  Computers, desktops and […]

The Seetron display requires that the FTDI conversion cable be reconfigured in order to properly read the data sent to it.

One of the tasks that I needed to do was create a disk image as a backup of the Micro SD that came with the development kit. Although this image is available for download, it’s good form to learn how to create one on your own.

For those not familiar with either Android or Linux, they are both GNU systems, meaning they are free to use and share.