Tag Archives: Android

Pairing and Access Control: Part 2 – Client Implementation

This is the second blog post of the two posts about access control in Nabto. The first post introduced access control and described how to use the uNabto framework and the access control list (ACL) module to enforce access control and pair users. Recall, the overall flow is as follows: user creates an RSA keypair […]

CC3200 Two-Way Audio with Android

Texas Instrument’s CC3200 is a single-chip microcontroller unit with built-in Wi-Fi connectivity, created for the Internet of Things. It can run the FreeRTOS operating system and provides a hardware encryption engine. Sounds interesting? It did to us! So we created a demo that is capable of streaming two-way audio between the CC3200 and an Android […]