Locked out of your Tablet? - Printing from an Android tablet (or phone) - Connecting to the Internet with no WiFi - Move/copy/cut/paste files to and from your tablet - WiFi connection issues - Getting Flash Player
Thanks - any alternative solutions to get a rear camera and GPS in the car - I thought about a netbook but have not investigated yet.
This is about as close as you are going to get.
Nook Color -
(SD): 1. CM7 7.1.0, 2. CM7 7.0.3 Encore
(eMMC): CM10 Nightlies
Nook Tablet 16GB: Jelly Bean
VTAB1008: Rooted Gingerbread
Android OS Help & How To
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I don't know if this helps but I did a search on the subject and forund a few videos, did that on my Thrive. Now that I am back on my LapTop I cant find them but they were at the YouTube sight.
Here is a link to some stuff that might help though.
usb webcam for android tablets - Google Search
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The device will obviously need to be rooted to put the new kernel on. I plan to try using OV51x drivers and probably cheese for my USB microscope camera. I'm no hacker but I'll try. My device is different to yours so what I do won't help you but the process will be the same.1) You need a device which can act as a usb-host, I assume that the TFT300T can do that ?
2) The device needs to support the speeds as the cam, so if your camera is a USB-2 device, the TFT300T needs to support USB-2 speeds in host modes
3) You will need to rebuild the (android) Linux kernel for your machine enabling the necessary webcam drivers
4) You need some software which can talk to regular v4l2 devices, rather than using the custom Android API, I would start with using a chrooted regular Linux (there are several regular Linux distros modified to run in a chroot under android out there)
5) Run a webcam app inside the chroot (assuming it has working X!!)
Damn, I thought it would be easier than all this... I might just have to do it the old fashioned way and use the rear view mirror. I bet an app will come out eventually because so many people are putting tablets in their vehicles now