4refr0nt wrote:ESPlorer use jSSC library for serial communications. This library contain C/C++ modules for several platform, not for all.
I know. As I said, I was just kidding, because you already support all major platforms, so little are left.
The situation with Android is even more complicated, as most Android devices don't come with drivers for common USB to serial bridges.
So you have to handle them as generic USB devices, and use your own routines to access them.
Which means a lot of work to the developer, especially if you want to support all of them. Some of them, like the now popular CH340,
seam to be completely unsupported.
Same thing goes for other USB devices, like USB sound adapters. Only special apps support them.
Android L is supposed to support USB sound devices, but I haven't heard anything about USB serial ports.
Maybe it works with CDC devices (which most USB to serial chips aren't).