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Raspberry Pi Android Projects by Gökhan Kurt

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Using your Android device as an access point

We will send the data we have gathered so far to a location on a cloud, but we need to connect the Pi to the Internet before we do this. Making an Android device an Internet access point or a hotspot is trivial and can be done from the settings of a device. We can then connect the Pi to this network that Android provides. However, there is a major problem with this setup. First of all, we want to be able to leave the Pi and the phone in the car all the time. As soon as the car starts, we want the data to be sent automatically, and we do not want to carry around the Pi and a phone. However, if we leave the phone in the car and it is connected to the 12V power output, the device will soon run out of battery ...

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