PiSCSI Control (formerly RaSCSI Control) is the Android app for PiSCSI and RaSCSI. With PiSCSI Control you manage multiple RaSCSI/PiSCSI boards, emulated devices, image files, device profiles and much more. In addition, you stay up to date by push messages with PiSCSI-related news. The app directly communicates with RaSCSI/PiSCSI on your Pi. For that purpose I have re-implemented large parts of the PiSCSI software in modern C++, fixed bugs, and added numerous features and device types as well as a state of the art remote access interface.
PiSCSI Control is available on Google Play, supports Android 7.0 and newer and requires release 21.10 or newer of the RaSCSI/PiSCSI software. If there ever was a niche product for another niche product, then it's PiSCSI Control ;-).
The most prominent features
Management of multiple RaSCSI/PiSCSI boards and configurations, resp. The active setup can be selected from a list of available configurations.
PiSCSI server information display
Overview of the available devices and image files
Attaching and detaching devices
Ejecting and inserting removable media
Displaying and configuring device properties like SCSI device name and sector size
Maintaining device profiles and device groups
Merging of device groups
Creating, deleting, renaming and copying image files
Intelligent filtering of device types and image files
Optional exclusion of uninteresting device types
Setting the default image folder
Setting the PiSCSI log level
Reservation of device IDs
Predefined device profiles
Reverting operations (Undo)
Receiving push messages with news on the PiSCSI project
Shutdown of PiSCSI or shutdown/reboot of the Pi (with RaSCSI/PiSCSI 21.12 or newer)
Access token support (with RaSCSI/PiSCSI 21.12 or newer)
Support for the SCSI printer device and the PiSCSI host services (with RaSCSI/PiSCSI 22.05 or newer)