Jiulian Technology's Ukey device receives OpenHarmony compatibility certificate

Guangdong Jiulian Technology Co., Ltd. has announced that its external hardware device, Ukey, has received the OpenHarmony ecological product compatibility certificate. The Ukey device enables seamless compatibility between OpenHarmony and Android applications, using the ESP32-S3R8 chip to trigger and pull up Android applications.

Ukey's features and capabilities

The Ukey device, also known as UM-05D1B, comes with a USB interface that can act as a bridge after being inserted into an Android or Windows operating system device. This allows a non-OpenHarmony system device to quickly gain OpenHarmony communication capabilities, expanding the networking range of the OpenHarmony soft bus and introducing more devices for cross-device experiences.

In addition to its compatibility with the OpenHarmony system, the Ukey device also supports WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. It can be used as a U disk, enabling easy file transfers and storage.

Implications for OpenHarmony and Android users

The certification of Ukey as an OpenHarmony-compatible device is significant for both OpenHarmony and Android users. This compatibility will enable a wider range of devices to communicate with each other, facilitating greater cross-device experiences and enhancing the overall user experience.

With the Ukey device, Android applications can now be used as a U disk and easily integrated with OpenHarmony system products. This will encourage more developers to explore OpenHarmony and create innovative applications that can be used across multiple devices.

Future developments and potential for Ukey

Jiulian Technology's Ukey device has the potential to become a significant player in the expanding ecosystem of OpenHarmony-compatible devices. With its wide range of features and capabilities, the Ukey device can be used in a variety of contexts and scenarios, making it a valuable tool for developers and users alike.

As the OpenHarmony system continues to grow and gain popularity, the Ukey device is likely to play an increasingly important role in enabling greater interoperability and integration between different devices and systems. With ongoing development and refinement, the Ukey device has the potential to become a key component in the future of OpenHarmony and cross-device experiences.

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