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Yes, both Xcode and the Android ADK will work on a MacMini.
OK for XCode. I use a 5year old Mac mini and although it's slow it works. Don't do Android so can't say.
Other than your self-found answer, my suggestion would have been to get an Airport Express base station and take it with you all the time. All it is requiring is an extra power outlet. Any other router would possibly do as well, but the Airport Express is fairly small and fits into almost every pocket. Since you frequently do presentations and it can be ...
Seems I was wrong about Apples Internet connection sharing, you can in fact share an inactive connection (eg internet), and create a Hotspot that Android can see in that way. An example is at this site: https://gigaom.com/2008/05/22/create-a-wifi-hotspot-share-your-internet-connection-in-leopard/
In order to do this in Yosemite, you'll need to go back to the main screen of System Preferences and click on the Sharing preference pane. In the sidebar, there will be an Internet Sharing option. Click on this to view its settings. Now set the "Share your connection from" drop down to Wi-Fi and then check the Bluetooth PAN checkbox in the menu below. Next ...
When I don't know which kind of smartphone is on the receiving end, its better to use Google Maps app on my iPhone. I send the "dropped pin" from the Google Maps app (instead of using the Apple Maps), all Androids have Google Maps and will be able to access the link. If if the receiving end is an iPhone, it will open on Safari.
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