Q1: Can I use other languages when I'm developing?
A1: To start developing applications for the device, download Android Studio.
Android development tools are available at developer.android.com.
Android Studio contains a full featured IDE as well as SDK components required to develop Android applications.
Development can take place on a Microsoft® Windows®, Mac® OS X®, or Linux® operating system.
Applications are written in Java or Kotlin, but compiled and executed in the Dalvik virtual machine.
Once the Java code is compiled cleanly, the developer tools make sure the application is packaged properly, including the Android Manifest.xml file.
Q2: Why is there no response when pressing F1, F2 button?
A2: F1,F2 are custom keys for IPDA030 and require secondary development to map the relevant functions
Please develop F1,F2 function keys by means of keyboard mapping
F1 key value: 131
F2 key value: 132
Development Demo: https://munbyn.biz/Testkey
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