I recently got a cheap home security system with 4 IR cameras to add to my existing Pi based one.
Turns out the setup software only runs on Android and Windows
I rang the company for a Linux version so I can plug it into the Pi system.
"We don't provide Linux software or source code".
I wondered why the Android software needs 80MB to setup up some camera settings?
Why does it need access to all the data on my phone or on Windows.
Why is the a port open at 49,000+?
I just use a browser for the Pi camera setups on MotionEYE OS, Pikrellcam.
It is still not installed and I am still trying to get the software off my phone.
Hmm perhaps a factory reset? Should have thought of that before.
The phone seems to have acquired lots of unknown software and is running out of room.
Analog to USB video grabbers works on Pi's?
Anyone made a 4ch analog video hat?
So yep these days I'm suspicious or just crazy too.
Learning to make my own OS and RISC-V cpu.
I set a Pi3B+ up as a BT scanner as I was playing with BT coding on a Microbit.
Amazing how many people walked past with BT turned on.
Pretty sure with the right software some data could have been sucked off those phones.
[I always wondered if we could get the schematics and software for that original ATMEL Pi. I'm curious as to how it went./quote]
There is a picture of the breadboard version, identify the chips the circuit could be mostly logically derived from that.
I'm dancing on Rainbows.
Raspberries are not Apples or Oranges