OK. Thank you. I will have a try.
I have read the README. I think it just describe how to build libusb for Android.
But how to use cypress on Android system? It doesn't say anything about Cypress. Could you tell me in detail? Or I just don't understand.
Libusb is the general library with which host applicaiton could communicate with hardware devcice. After building driver on Android, you could refer to the API document of Libusb to know how to communicate with USB device.
Ok， thank you!
But I don't know what is the relationship between Libusb and Cypress.
1. On Windows system, after installing Cypress driver, I get CyUSB.dll. And I must use it to communicate with USB device.
2. On Linux system, I should build Cypress driver and get libcyusb.so. And I must use libcyusb.so to communicate with USB device.
I want to know what should do to communicate with USB device on Android system. Should I get some corresponding Cypress lib or build some corresponding Cypress lib first as I do on Windows or Linux system.
I hope I make it clear.
The Cypress libraies in Linux platform are the wrapper of libusb. For example, you could use API cyusb_open to open an USB device. After that, it will call libusb_open to open a device. You could do the same thing for Android.
OK. Thank you very much!