Still some kinks that need to be worked out but progress all the same.
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02:00.0 0480: 1131:7164 (rev 81)
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Just got back from holidays for the last couple of weeks.
I managed to have a look at it before I went. Made some basic progress - in that I could port over the existing JavaMO code to run on android. I am using Socket connections rather than Bluetooth. Will get it working with that first I think.
Was in the process of setting up a test harness to send/receive BD commands to/from the phone. Will try that further this week or weekend.
Instead of a small fan you might want to consider a big one and have it run slowly, that will be more quiet.
I'm certainly not saying it will need a fan... if you go for the fanless model. But what it will need is ventilation slots to allow for convective cooling.
Hmmm...even though the Zotac 230 is fanless and passively cooled...it does still need ventilation. Locking it inside that steel case will secure it for sure but will also fry it pretty quickly!!! Lol! The integral passively cooled heatsink needs to be convection cooled and therefore should be used in a ventilated case design.