Hi the string communication is still new to me I understand that the android app is sending a number to the arduino for the digital buttons but what happens after 1-9 have been used when I send 10 I get 1 on the arduino side. I guess the question really is how do you send two digits and the arduino not just take the first?
When I look up my ip on the internet, I get the ip from my web service, not my home ip. Is there a way to do portfowarding without asking the company to open one of their ports?
its static 220.127.116.11
Though when I open ipconfig, I get 192.168.2.100.
that would definetly work on my intranet. The problem is that my isp uses NAT I think.
I paid for your pro version as a thank you for your hard work and development, heck would buy you a case of beer .
This is the first time I am really getting anything to work, and being able to do it wirelessly is even better! It has been a HUGE step forward in what I am trying to do here.
My plans are to hook up my Arduino & Seeeduino Ethernet board to a Wireless Bridge Device so that I can connect my tablet to it in a secure fashion as opposed to an unsecured AdHoc connection. Presently it is hooked up to a spare router that I had laying around here achieving the same function.
Going forward I want to be able to use a Seeeduino Music Shield v1.0 as well on this setup up, and figured to make it easier and less space to be taken up in the Sketch if I could program the App buttons to be told to send the serial strings needed to play certain MP3 files, also stop playing, and turn the volume up & down. I'd love to setup couple of buttons to play completely random MP3 sounds on a timer that I can set the time on (random time 10 - 60 seconds) and then another button to play random sounds on a set timer (such as every 45 seconds).
Is there a way to place more buttons on the screen? 30 is limiting. Maybe swipe left or right to add more button screens?
Totally possible, but why setup a second network and not use your home network?
You have 8 profiles in the app. Each with 30 buttons, 3 sliders an two numeric inputs. That should be enough i think. If you really need more let me know. I can make a custom layout if you like, but can't do that for free. You send me a drawing of how you prefer the layout and i build you a custom made arduino controller.