14 May 2011
This image shows a button connected to the Arduino Uno being pushed which causes the corresponding icon on the Android device to be highlighted with a blue circle.
This image shows the LED connected to the Arduino Uno partially lit as the associated slider on the Android device is at its mid-point.
Here's some code, read the README: Android Arduino Uno Accessory code release 001.
16 May 2011
As the readme states:
TinyAccessory is stripped down and lightly modified from the original 'demokit'/'DemoKit' example available from Google.
The Android application and Arduino Uno (or similar) sketch work together to provide a single instance of various types of inputs & outputs.
The purpose of this is to make it easier to follow how things fit together and provide an out-of-the-box working example for the Uno.
If you can install debug signed APK files on your device you might be able to install this: TinyAccessory.apk
Code repository: android-arduino-tinyaccessory
17 May 2011
Check it out here: Handbag™: the Android Arduino Accessorizer