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    Well, he may not be talking to me anymore, but he did finally release the source to the latest gpSPhone, so that much is good


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    @TheRain: so please make us a beautiful tutorial to make a gamepad !

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    @CVB: As I said before, I'm happy to be proven wrong! Thanks for clearing things up.

    I hope I didn't come across as too much of a jerk in my previous comments, I've just learned to be cautious about these things from past experience, and don't like to see others getting burned. The problem with the web is that it's easy to put up a professional website that can inspire false confidence in the average (naive) consumer. This can be even more dangerous when a pre-order is involved. I've been keeping an eye on one such fiasco for over a year now -- a substitute school teacher with an electronics hobby and a good idea trying to bring it to market himself. He represented himself on his website as an experienced embedded systems consultancy/manufacturer, when in fact was little more than one guy in a garage working in his spare time. Everything looked promising, but it wasn't until after he took tens of thousands of dollars worth of pre-orders that he realized he was in over his head and had to come clean. I think those orders are starting to be fulfilled now (they were placed at least a year ago).

    It sounds like you guys are the real deal, which is great because this is an excellent accessory and I know it'll be success. Good luck with the product launch!

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    Lightbulb Mortenbek

    Mortenbek, Please check ur PM.

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    Just to say that it works :-)

    I had to had a MAX232 between the iPhone and my BR-355 GPS module.
    I will send you photos, code and schematic later (quite busy, now)

    ThibThib


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    Hi

    I have the small gps locater provided whit Micro$oft Street and Trips that is usb... Do you tink there is a way to plug it to the iphone whit google maps to have the right location...

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    Quote Originally Posted by weezo View Post
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    I have the small gps locater provided whit Micro$oft Street and Trips that is usb... Do you tink there is a way to plug it to the iphone whit google maps to have the right location...
    No there is not. USB requires USB hosting hardware which is not available on the Iphone.

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    Hi,

    I'm trying to play with the serial port of my iphone2 as your tutorial show me.
    It works on my iphone1, but I have an error during the open call : permission denied.

    fileDescriptor = open("/dev/tty.iap", O_RDWR | O_NOCTTY | O_NONBLOCK);


    Must I install the BSDsubsystem to avoid this error ?
    Is there a way to use the serial port without the BSDsystem package ?


    Thanks

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    Excuse me,
    My previous post was a bit confusing :

    I have no problem with the serial port of my iphone1. The "permission denied" error happens with my iphone2 which do not have the BSD package.


    Bilock

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    I have not tried it without the BSD Subsystem.

    Two possibilities strike me
    1. Perhaps you need to change the permissions on our executable
    2. You maybe be able to use some POSIX library to gain access to the port


 

 
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