|How can I debug a seemingly hardware-dependent issue with my Android app without access to the hardware?|
| by mii in Android|
I have an open-source application on the Android market. It seems to
work fine for me (with over 1,000 active installs, I have to presume that
it works for most people).
I recently got a bug report that
indicated a problem for at least three users on Samsung phones (Intercept
and Captivate). I have been unable to reproduce the problem on my ADP2 and
on the emulator.
|How to translate hardware ascii to hardware scan code in win32|
| by cthulhup in Operating Systems|
Is there a way to translate a character to its corresponding hardware
scan code (not the virtual key code)? I need that to communicate with
ancient hardware device.
|Is there a software/hardware combination that will let you control a at the hardware level via USB?|
| by davidg in Web Design|
What I'm looking for is a device that does the following:
end has a male VGA and a USB cable. This end gets plugged into any pc or
server device that has the correct outputs.
The other end is just USB
and gets plugged into a laptop cable.
In between is a "something" that
grabs the VGA output and can pass USB back to the target from software
running on the laptop.
|hardware-locked licensing: which hardware pieces should i use?|
| by chr6 in Programming Languages|
I've recently implemented a hardware-locked licensing system with
fuzzy-matching to handle changes in hardware without requiring a
re-activation, but i need more hardware pieces to match to be more secure /
create more reliable fuzzy-matching.
Right now I'm matching
against the following:
Physical mac address
RAM part number / manufacturer
|Desktop Computer Hardware Vs. Server Hardware|
| by Ivan Maček in Computers|
When you are shopping for computer hardware or just learning about it, you
will encounter distinctions between "server" devices and "desktop" devices.
There are several key ways in which these types of hardware differ. Rack
MountingServers are often stored in racks."HP servers" is Copyrighted by
Flickr user: lilit (Ivana Jurcic) under the Creative Commons Attribution
license.Mounting a server i
|How to implement floating point division in binary with no division hardware and no floating point hardware|
| by Traveling around the world in Programming Languages|
I am wondering how to implement IEEE-754 32-bit single precision
floating point division in binary with no division hardware and no floating
I have shifting hardware, add, subtract, and
I have already implemented floating point
multiplication, addition, and subtraction using 16-bit words.
am implementing these instructions on a pro
|What Is IR Hardware?|
| by Thaweesak Suksuwan in Computers|
Infrared hardware enables the transmission of data sent through waves in
the infrared portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. This technology is
often used in remote control technology, which has recently expanded to the
realm of computers. Infrared WavesInfrared waves have a wavelength that
place them between the microwave portion of the electromagnetic spectrum
and the portion of the spectru
|Hardware RNG - How to use?|
| by Matthew Steed in Programming Languages|
Ok, I've just picked up a hardware RNG and it contains some simple
functions as below,
GetRandomBytes(UInt Length,out object
GetRandomDoubles(UInt Length,out object Array)
The functions seem to explain themselves pretty well, how would one
use these functions effectivly to generate a number between a certain
More info from some
|Hardware IDs using VB 6|
| by Franklin Henderson in Programming Languages|
It's a long time that I have given up MS platform and was working on
open source, now I'm in a situation where I need user Hardware info. All
hardware IDs of all devices of system including BIOS info. so I decided to
go for VB6. It's easy in other languages, but they need dot net framework
installed. How can this be done in VB6 alone.
|Help with Hardware ID|
| by David Mercer in Programming Languages|
I'm using C# and .NET 2.0. My app needs some way to check the different
users so I'll use hardware id, but I saw that I can use only:
address - easily changeable and not everybody have it // NO
id - using WMI it returns a value for the cpu model, it's not unique //
motherboard serial - not every motherboard have it // NO
Windows's volume serial - I'm