Software folks rarely want to get into hardware. Nor do I blame them, for hardware is almost always a losing game. The "but" in all this is they are sorta trapped into a "Hobbyist/DIY" kind of niche. The market looking for quality seamless OEM look and feel is closed to them. Shame too.
What Teslogic needs is to recruit an Android junky, or maybe a Linux guru, and fund finding a few ways to get their app onto something more permanent.
Once the bones and root (pun intended) ability was established they release it to the public for evolution self-support and back to software they go albeit with larger market access.
Next up might be finding a way to port to linux, or as mentioned before run on virtual android session. Sadly I'm a cyber/network/VOIP guy, so these OS's aren't in my bag of tricks.
Actually, this might work:
AutoBoot Android When Charger Connected: IMPORTANT = This operation needs root access.So you have to root your phone before you do this,and I am not responsible if your phone gets damaged during the operation. You all know that most of Android phones does not power on or start(boot) when t…
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Device: LG G4 Android version: 6.0 Status: rooted What can I do to power off the device (with a 20 sec delay) when I remove the charger. I tried with AutomateIt app, but after first cycle of power...
In fact, if the auto-start and shutdown work almost any android phone could work and handle the power-up and down.