MATLAB Mobile does not support:
simcommand is supported at the MATLAB Mobile command line
Connecting to MathWorks Cloud provides access to a MATLAB session wherever you have Internet access from your mobile device. You can perform simple calculations and prototyping from the command line, and create, edit, and run MATLAB files. The figures you create and the variables in your workspace persist across sessions, so you can resume work when you next log in.
You are provided 500 MB of cloud storage on MATLAB Drive for your MATLAB files and data. Once stored, your files are available anywhere and from any device you use to access MATLAB Mobile. MATLAB Drive synchronizes your files between your computers and MATLAB Mobile, eliminating the need to manually upload or download content. You can go to the MATLAB Drive folder on your computer to access existing files, or drag in new files to add them to your MATLAB Drive.
To connect to MathWorks Cloud from MATLAB Mobile, follow these steps.
Note: Uploads from mobile devices are not supported.
If you have MATLAB installed on your work or home computer, MATLAB Mobile provides remote access to your scripts, files, data, and add-on products. You can edit the MATLAB files on your computer from MATLAB Mobile. The figures you created on your computer will also be available on your iOS or Android device.
Connecting to a MATLAB session on your computer requires that you have the MATLAB Connector™ running on that session. Additionally, your mobile device requires network access to the computer you are connecting it to. Connectivity is platform agnostic, so you can connect to a MATLAB session running on your Windows®, Mac, or Linux® machine.
To connect to your computer from MATLAB Mobile, follow these steps.
Start the MATLAB Connector on your computer.
Set up the connection on your mobile device.
These directions are also in the app’s Getting Started guide.
In conjunction with the MATLAB Support Package for Android Sensors, MATLAB Mobile can acquire data from built-in sensors on your Android device. These include motion sensors like the accelerometer and position sensors like the GPS. Measurements such as acceleration, magnetic field, latitude, longitude, and altitude can be viewed on your Android smartphone and tablet.
Data acquired from these sensors can be sent to a MATLAB session running on your computer, for further analysis and visualization. You can acquire the following sensor data from MATLAB Mobile:
The sensor data you acquire can be sent to a MATLAB session running on either the cloud or on your computer.
Send Sensor Data to MathWorks Cloud
>> obj = mobiledev
Send Sensor Data to your Computer
>> obj = mobiledev