Ramblings on the economics of supporting specific Android versions
Good news everyone! Over 80% of Android users are now on Ice Cream Sandwich or newer (with 66% on Jelly Bean or newer, and 33% on Jelly Bean MR2 or newer), according to Google Play stats.
And then there was CF-Auto-Root for the Galaxy S5 !
Good news everyone, there'll be a Google I/O this year!
This update brings the much requested feature to mount by partition label name instead of block device name, so your files keep appearing in the same spot. If the label cannot be detected, the unique id of the partition will be used, and only if that cannot be detected either, will the name of the block device be used as mount-point. Requires Android 4.1 and the Pro version!
Seems I've neglected updating this for a while - this update brings support for connecting over Wi-Fi just like DSLR Controller does. That's all that has changed, really.
I've just submitted a new version to Cydia, which should be live within the next 24 hours. Primarily, it fixes the issue where entry level DSLR's (550D, 600D, ...) might stop recording after a few seconds, and cause the camera screen to flicker.
This update adds compatibility with the new 4.4 firmwares for the North American variants of the S4 and Note3.
Added the missing T325 Tab Pro 8.4 LTE model to the list of roots for the new tabs.
As one of the worst cases of unfortunate timing I've had in a long time, after delay after delay (business stuff, legal stuff, tax authority stuff, setup stuff, ...) I just got word that the USB video monitoring (only) version of DSLR Controller for the jailbroken iPad may finally be available from Cydia at the end of this weekend!