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  • #176
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    What is the correct way to install it in the board? Which pin is which

    #848
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    Eric
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    Good question. I’ll post a quick howto.

    #849
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    #850
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    thank you.. now I need to try it

    #852
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    Eric,

    EEPROM works.. I set a channel to a relay (Toggle with a button) turn it on, then it stays on with reboot.

    HOWEVER, with my set-up I still have an issue.. When the unit reboots, the Arduino is on during boot up. once the android is running, it wil

    #851
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    Eric
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    Have you installed the latest nightly? I believe I fixed this issue as I was having it too

    #853
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    @eric wrote:

    Have you installed the latest nightly? I believe I fixed this issue as I was having it too

    No I have not, been I can give it a try

    #854
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    Install the nightly as there are a lot of improvements in this area.

    #855
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    installed nightly..

    rebooted Android, power cycled Arduino..

    Once android was up and running it detected the Arduino and launched the Autosense app. I could se it in Autosense, but it would not control the pin I set (#6 as a toggle)

    tried changing info

    #814
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    Hmmm, you shouldn’t need to reset any defaults.
    Which trigger have you used for pin 6? Setup your pin as follows: Mode: Output, Trigger: Button, and Action: Toggle. Then in Appearance/Home Screen/Setup Home Screen, add a new button, select Arduino fro

    #834
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    @eric wrote:

    Hmmm, you shouldn’t need to reset any defaults.
    Which trigger have you used for pin 6? Setup your pin as follows: Mode: Output, Trigger: Button, and Action: Toggle. Then in Appearance/Home Screen/Setup Home Screen, add

    #856
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    Eric
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    You may need to to into the home screen editor and just click save just to update the info.

    #857
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    @eric wrote:

    You may need to to into the home screen editor and just click save just to update the info.

    there is a save button on the home screen editor?

    #755
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    If you go all the way into the homescreen editor and click the button you want to edit, the bottom has an OK and Cancel button. The OK button saves that button info.

    #792
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    @eric wrote:

    If you go all the way into the homescreen editor and click the button you want to edit, the bottom has an OK and Cancel button. The OK button saves that button info.

    ok I will give it a try..

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  • #176
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    What is the correct way to install it in the board? Which pin is which

    #848
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    Eric
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    Good question. I’ll post a quick howto.

    #849
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    #850
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    thank you.. now I need to try it

    #852
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    Eric,

    EEPROM works.. I set a channel to a relay (Toggle with a button) turn it on, then it stays on with reboot.

    HOWEVER, with my set-up I still have an issue.. When the unit reboots, the Arduino is on during boot up. once the android is running, it wil

    #851
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    Eric
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    Have you installed the latest nightly? I believe I fixed this issue as I was having it too

    #853
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    @eric wrote:

    Have you installed the latest nightly? I believe I fixed this issue as I was having it too

    No I have not, been I can give it a try

    #854
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    Eric
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    Install the nightly as there are a lot of improvements in this area.

    #855
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    installed nightly..

    rebooted Android, power cycled Arduino..

    Once android was up and running it detected the Arduino and launched the Autosense app. I could se it in Autosense, but it would not control the pin I set (#6 as a toggle)

    tried changing info

    #814
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    Eric
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    Hmmm, you shouldn’t need to reset any defaults.
    Which trigger have you used for pin 6? Setup your pin as follows: Mode: Output, Trigger: Button, and Action: Toggle. Then in Appearance/Home Screen/Setup Home Screen, add a new button, select Arduino fro

    #834
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    @eric wrote:

    Hmmm, you shouldn’t need to reset any defaults.
    Which trigger have you used for pin 6? Setup your pin as follows: Mode: Output, Trigger: Button, and Action: Toggle. Then in Appearance/Home Screen/Setup Home Screen, add

    #856
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    Eric
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    You may need to to into the home screen editor and just click save just to update the info.

    #857
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    -Jeff-
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    @eric wrote:

    You may need to to into the home screen editor and just click save just to update the info.

    there is a save button on the home screen editor?

    #755
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    Eric
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    If you go all the way into the homescreen editor and click the button you want to edit, the bottom has an OK and Cancel button. The OK button saves that button info.

    #792
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    @eric wrote:

    If you go all the way into the homescreen editor and click the button you want to edit, the bottom has an OK and Cancel button. The OK button saves that button info.

    ok I will give it a try..

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