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nexmon - The C-based Firmware Patching Framework for Broadcom/Cypress WiFi Chips that enables Monitor Mode, Frame Injection and much more

  •    C

Nexmon is our C-based firmware patching framework for Broadcom/Cypress WiFi chips that enables you to write your own firmware patches, for example, to enable monitor mode with radiotap headers and frame injection. Before we started to work on this repository, we developed patches for the Nexus 5 (with bcm4339 WiFi chip) in the bcm-public repository and those for the Raspberry Pi 3 (with bcm43430a1 WiFi chip) in the bcm-rpi3 repository. To remove the development overhead of maintaining multiple separate repositories, we decided to merge them in this repository and add support for some additional devices. In contrast to the former repositories, here, you can only build the firmware patch without drivers and kernels. The Raspberry Pi 3 makes an exception, as here it is always required to also build the driver.

OpenBot - OpenBot leverages smartphones as brains for low-cost robots

  •    Java

OpenBot leverages smartphones as brains for low-cost robots. We have designed a small electric vehicle that costs about $50 and serves as a robot body. Our software stack for Android smartphones supports advanced robotics workloads such as person following and real-time autonomous navigation. Please read the contribution guidelines. If you are not sure where to start have a look at the open issues.




find-lf - Track the location of every Wi-Fi device (:iphone:) in your house using Raspberry Pis and FIND

  •    Go

This is a extension of FIND, the Framework for Internal Navigation and Discovery, which is based on the idea of Lucius Fox's sonar system in The Dark Knight that is used to track cellphones.The system uses a network of Raspberry Pis which sniff the WiFi probe requests from WiFi-enabled devices and sends these parcels to a central server which compiles and forwards the fingerprint to the FIND server which then uses machine learning to classify the location based on the unique WiFi fingerprints.

MobileConfig

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Small application built for Windows Mobile and Windows Smartphone that allows the end-user to access hidden settings and common tweaks to the operating system. MobileConfig allows the user to customize the "tweaks" and publish them for other users to download and use.

HappyFunTimes - A System for creating 10-100+ player local games

  •    Javascript

HappyFunTimes is a system for playing party games that are meant to be played with a bunch of people in the same room and 1 ideally large display. People participate in the game using their smartphone by going to a webpage provided by the game. The webpage lets them use their phone as a controller. This lets you make games that support more than the typical 4 players.


blynk-library-particle - Blynk library for Particle Core, Photon, Electon, P0, P1, RedBear Duo etc.

  •    C++

We accept contributions from our community: stability bugfixes, new hardware support, or any other improvements. Here is a list of what you could help with. Blynk is a platform with iOS and Android apps to control Arduino, Raspberry Pi and the likes over the Internet. You can easily build graphic interfaces for all your projects by simply dragging and dropping widgets.

hft-unity3d - Unity3D Libraries for HappyFunTimes

  •    CSharp

HappyFunTimes is a system for making game with 10-100+ players. Players connect using their phones. Nothing needs to be installed on there phone. They can join immediately. The controllers are made with HTML5 so you can customize them all you want. There is a simple gamepad controller included so you can get started without making a custom controller.

piCamBot - Security camera based on a raspberry pi and Telegram, controllable by smartphone

  •    Python

Security camera based on a Raspberry Pi and Telegram, controllable via smartphone and desktop computer. This is a simple Telegram bot that acts as a security camera. It is intented to run on a Raspberry Pi but may be used on any other Linux system, too. It requires a camera (for example a Raspberry Pi Camera Module v2) and either a PIR sensor or the software motion. It can be controlled by any Telegram client, thus supporting many different client platforms such as smartphones (Android, iOS and Windows Phone) and desktop computers (Linux, macOS and Windows).

Android-Vulnerabilities-Overview - An small overview of known Android vulnerabilities

  •    C

Android Vulnerabilities Overview (AVO) is a databse of known security vulnerabilities in Android. The vulnerabilities database is splitted into seperate .md files to get an better and cleaner overview. The current 2016 list is avaible over here.

sdl_android - SmartDeviceLink mobile library for Android

  •    Java

SmartDeviceLink (SDL) is a standard set of protocols and messages that connect applications on a smartphone to a vehicle head unit. This messaging enables a consumer to interact with their application using common in-vehicle interfaces such as a touch screen display, embedded voice recognition, steering wheel controls and various vehicle knobs and buttons. There are three main components that make up the SDL ecosystem. To understand if a contribution should be entered as an Android Pull Request (or issue), or an SDL Evolution Proposal, please reference this document.

atxserver2 - Smart Phone Management. Reimplement of atx-server with Python

  •    HTML

Smart Phone Management. Reimplement of atx-server with Python

GridDominance - A 2D tactical puzzler, free with over 100 levels

  •    CSharp

A 2D tactical puzzler, free with over 100 levels. Made with Xamarin for android/iPhone/WinPhone

dove - :moneybag: An offline payment service

  •    Ruby

Dove is an offline payment service, built on the top of PayTM APIs, which can be used on any mobile device (including legacy mobile devices which don't even have a GUI or provisions for internet connectivity) without installing any additional application. We intended to target the demographics who don't own a smartphone or have proper internet access, staying true to "Building for India", the hackathon's theme.






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