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    Slick USB 2 Serial Demo

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    Slick USB 2 Serial Library is a 3rd party software package for Android developers that enables the use of common USB to serial (RS232) adapters with devices running Android 3.1 and above that support USB host mode.

    This is an example of an app with the library fully integrated. You can use this app to connect with any Prolific or FTDI based USB to serial cable and test sending and receiving data.

    You can easily test this app by hooking up the necessary cables from your USB to serial adapter over to a COM port on your desktop. Then use a hyperterminal, such as Tera Term, to communicate with your Android device.

    Just plug in, connect, configure (baud, parity, etc.), and go!

    Check out the website for more info about the Slick USB 2 Serial Library.

    If you have any questions, issues, or if you'd just like to share the setup you have it working with, please send an email!

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    Users review

    from 33 reviews

    "Good"

    6.2

    Users comments for Slick USB 2 Serial Demo

    Dylan Hyslop

    by Dylan Hyslop

    Mar 18, 2016  |  "Poor"

    Are these guys still around? Thier website is empty and thier email doesn't work?

    ro ant

    by ro ant

    Nov 16, 2015  |  "OK"

    I have "Prolific"-type adapter from Gembird, but it was not recognized by this app. Sad but true.

    Rafe Husain

    by Rafe Husain

    Sep 20, 2015  |  "Poor"

    Useless

    Doncho Gunchev

    by Doncho Gunchev

    Jul 04, 2015  |  "Poor"

    On a phone only controls can be seen, no RX/TX windows...

    M Powell

    by M Powell

    Nov 12, 2013  |  "Poor"

    Had to uninstall as it popped up every time I attempted to plug in a USB stick. How hard is it to spot that a USB stick is not a serial adapter?

    Abhay Kamal

    by Abhay Kamal

    Oct 26, 2013  |  "Poor"

    Cool