Author Archives: Hugo Rosário

My name is Hugo Rosário, I am an IT technician and deal with several technologies in my professional life. I am a programmer, developing software using Delphi, PHP, MySQL, JavaScript and other languages.

Building an Oscam APK for Android


Hello again. Here is a tutorial on how to create an Oscam APK for your Android device. On the previous tutorial, I showed you how to compile a native Oscam binary that is able to run on Android and I promised I would make another tutorial on how to build an APK with this binary and run […]

Android, Java, Oscam, Programming Tagged android, apk, build, compile, java, mega, oscam, ostool Leave a comment

Compiling Oscam for Android


It has been a while since my last entry on the blog but life is not what it used to be. Anyway, today I bring you a new tutorial with detailed instructions on how to build Oscam for your Android box (like Wetek Play). The official Oscam documentation has some information on how to compile […]

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Hello friends. The website has been down for a couple days but I believe its fixed now. My prodiver updated PHP on the server and some wordpress plugins had problems with the new version. I think everything is working again but let me know if something else is broken. Share: Bookmark on Delicious Digg this […]

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Mini RC Car Hacked (Controlled with Arduino, PC and Android devices)


Hello friends, it has been a while since I posted something new on the blog but I have been wasting too much time learning new stuff. Today I want to show you one of my latest projects which combines electronics and programming for PC and Android devices. For most of my life I have been […]

Android, Arduino, Arduino, Electronics, Hacking, Programming, Technology Tagged android, arduino, car, delphi, few days, hack, leds, light sensors, micro controller, RC, remote controllers Leave a comment

Raspberry Pi and Oscam


I have recently acquired a couple of Raspberry Pi to play with, and I must say I am quite impressed with this cheap little device. You can use it as a desktop, a small server, a media center and you also have GPIO interface to control external hardware, like sensors and motor drivers (like the Arduino but with […]

Cardsharing, Oscam Tagged cardsharing, external hardware, interface, libusb, media center, motor drivers, oscam, pcsc, processing power, raspberry, raspbian, smargo 79 Comments