Requires Android 4.0 or later.
This application creates a (semi)-permanent peer-to-peer access point, and reveals its SSID, pass phrase and IP address. A microcontroller (like an Arduino with Wifly shield), or a laptop, can use this information to make an adhoc connection with a custom phone application, through standard socket programming on each side. The phone can thus be used as a wireless controller. The access point remains active as long as Wi-Fi is enabled, but can be terminated by the system if unused. The access point can be tested by asking a laptop to find and connect to it.
Tags: arduino wifi peer to peer , laptop to p2p , p2p laptop to , wifi microcontroller adhoc , arduino wifi generate access point , p2p acces point , wi-fi p2p , arduino wifi adhoc , peer to peer by ip address