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Normally you should be able to manage the dockstar over the ethernet, but what if you can’t establish no connection because you did something wrong? There is a serial connector inside the device we can use for debugging and other things.

1. Required: USB to TTL bridge

Some weeks ago I ordered an USB to TTL UART bridge on eBay, just to have it if I will need it. You also can buy it on amazon: USB2.0 an TTL UART 6pin Konverter seriell CP2102 ID9372 PAUB022
Here are some technical specifications of the one I bought:

All handshaking and modem interface signals
Data formats supported: 8-bit; 1 Stop bit
Parity: Odd, Even, No Parity
Baud rates: 300 bps to 921.6 kbps
512 byte receive buffer; 512 byte transmit buffer
Hardware X-On/X-Off handshaking
Event character support
6 Pins: 3.3V, RST, TxD, RxD, GND, 5V

[ratings] [qr]https://market.android.com/details?id=org.pyload.android.client[/qr] Since I installed pyLoad on my dockstar I used Jabber to get download statuses and add new packages. Then I updated pyLoad to v0.4.5 and saw there is support of an Android app. It's pretty cool though, you see every info you want to see when using a remote app. These three sections of the web interface are available: Overview, Queue and Collector. More or less the whole web interface is put into this app. There...