Trying to reuse resistive touchscreens for an Android device! PLEASE HELP!
I have gone ahead and bought 6 MK802 units. These will be for the independent user units. I also bought a MK808 for shared use. These units would be great for people wanting to jump from Win PC based to Android based. One issue, no USB touchscreen. I have been searching the internet and most deal with capacitive touchscreens. I am not interested in replacing 5 touchscreens. I am already ****ed I worked on a Windows based system for 5 years, just to dump it and use Android. I know that there have to be drivers out there, or a way to make them work, because some tablets are using them, since multi-touch has been added for resistive panels.
I found something from Microchip. Its called the AR1000 and AR1100. They are resistive USB TS, but also have drivers for the unit that work with Android. They say its a universal driver, so does that mean the drivers will work with the type we use in the car? http://www.microchip.com/stellent/id...cName=en543486
I also read this, seemed to explain how to get USB devices to be seen ny Android as an internal devices , blah blah blah. http://www.chalk-elec.com/?p=1426
This is the only thorn in my side right now. If this can be figured out, then these would be the most awesome Car PC unit. Any help would be awesome.