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Isaac96

This is a great app! The idea is amazing as well-embedding the UI in the arduino code? Pure genius! 
What is the difference between the free version and the PRO version?
Will the app work on a 2.2 phone?
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shev

What is the difference between the free version and the PRO version?
FREE version is full, but connection time limited. You can reconnected.

Will the app work on a 2.2 phone?
Yes, Android 2.2 is supported.

shev

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Jun 11, 2015, 02:42 pm Last Edit: Jun 11, 2015, 02:44 pm by shev
It can't be paired with bluetooth.
"connection is established, but device does not reply: time out error: no response"
It problem means, that Arduino sketch does not reply on request from Android app. Did you upload example sketch in Arduino?

Isaac96

So with the free version, it will disconnect after some time?
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Robin2

So with the free version, it will disconnect after some time?
It's a very short time - maybe a minute? (it's a while since I tried it). It is long enough to satisfy yourself that it works, but not long enough to be useful.

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ondraman

It problem means, that Arduino sketch does not reply on request from Android app. Did you upload example sketch in Arduino?
Thanks, problem solved. I just bought a PRO version.

Good Luck :)

Isaac96

I just downloaded the app only to find the connection time is only 30 seconds!  >:( I think I will buy the PRO version.
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RedSalsicha

Hello.
I would like to verify that it works on Arduino DUE ?? I did some tests and got any success.

Thank you.

Techlinx

Hi, I get error "connection is established but device does not reply". I have the Pro version of RemoteXY and I am sure my Arduino is setup correctly as other apps can show the data being sent from Arduino via bluetooth. I'm using Softserial and tried different pins already. Please help?

ZKSA

This is an excellent app!!! I use it myself and was just about to recommend it.  Very easy, very useful!!
for those of you concerned about signing up, there are no costs involved for the free version .(I purchased pro from the playstore and payed R59 ZAR for it, thats like 4 dollars.. and its totally worth it!
be warned tho, the GUI (display) is loaded onto the arduino as part of the source code, this makes it very handy because you can connect from any android device and receive the display screen without having to download the new GUI to the phone, but if you are an idiot like me and not aware of this you will search for a way to download this or send it to your android device separately which is not possible.
Excellent app!!! use it!! super easy!!! great explanations and examples!!

shev

Hi friends!
Added a new feature that allows you to control a remote device via Wi-Fi. Primarily added supports ESP8266 module in access point mode . Your smartphone or tablet can connect to an access point directly.
Connecting to Wi-Fi access point is supported by a mobile app version 3.3.1 or more.
To support the new features updated RemoteXY library for Arduino. New library version 2.1.0 available for download by link http://remotexy.com/en/library/
The library has a hightly modernization, making the work even better. RemotrXY compiled sketches even less, communication speed even higher. The new library is implementing an updated communication protocol, which is supported by a mobile application version 3.3.1 or more.
Using ESP8266 as Wi-Fi access points will increase the communication range compared to the Bluetooth module. Access point mode as well as Bluetooth does not depend on the network infrastructure or the Internet, and allows connect device and smartphone directly.
How to connect the ESP8266 to Arduino can be found in the documentation section by link http://remotexy.com/en/help/esp8266/

shev

RemoteXY added a new feature that allows you to control a remote device via the network. Support of Ethernet W5100 shield and ESP8266 module in client mode connect to the access point. With the correct configuration of the router an opportunity to control the device via Internet.


alanchiu

Hi Guys, I have just tried the RemoteXY apps, it is rather user friendly tools, but I had troubles when connecting with the HC-06 modules, it is just not stable and sometime it gives out message "Connection is established, but device does not reply", does any body came acrossed with this?

nemmo

Hi, Shev,  may I use a temperature sensor LM35 instead  thermistor 1K in projekt "Температурный датчик с выводом значения на Android смартфон"?
& is it possible to get the temperature on the screen with four points simultaneously?
Thanks.

pieman

@shev

If friends buy the pro version can we share our projects with them without the need for them to actually create the project i.e. can we just provide them with a copy of our Arduino sketch?
Look up our website url on our profile page to find out more about the Arduino based Combined RF Boiler Control and RF Learner.

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