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library for accessing am7xxx based devices

libam7xxx is an Open Source library to communicate via USB with projectors and Digital Picture Frames based on the Actions Micro AM7XXX family if ICs.

libam7xxx makes it possible to use these devices as USB displays on non-Windows Operating Systems like GNU/Linux or Android/Linux just to name a few, and on non-PC platforms like for instance mobile phones, tablets or game consoles.

Examples of supported devices are: - Acer C110 - Acer C112 - Aiptek PocketCinema T25 - Philips/SagemCom PicoPix 1020 - Philips/SagemCom PicoPix 2055 - Philips/SagemCom PicoPix 2330 - Top-Height/TEC PP700

This package contains the shared library of libam7xxx.


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License:GPLv2orlaterDebian: Antonio Ospite <>7 July 2014
License: gpl-2+
OtherDebian: Antonio Ospite <>7 July 2014
License: bsd-3+cmake
License:GPLv3orlaterDebian: Antonio Ospite <>7 July 2014
License: gpl-3+
License:WTFPLv2Debian: Antonio Ospite <>7 July 2014
License: wtfpl-2

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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 21 February 2018.


Date 2015-07-17
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