Sensor Monitor on Android Phone via WiFi
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15. 2. 17 오후 8:49
Hi Folks,
opening a connection to my local WiFi network seemed to work by using the config.txt file on a mikroSD card and booting the XDK. Now I try to run the Sensor Monitor but still no data is beeing shown in the line graphs. In the app I can switch between the different selected sensors and also the "line" and "normal" buttons are selectable. But if I try to press the "play" or the "dynamic" butten, the application crashes with the words: "XDK Sensor wurde beendet".

Hopefully someone of you can help me to proceed.
Thanks in advance and kind regards
Jens
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Sensor Monitor on Android Phone via WiFi
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15. 2. 18 오전 9:05 as a reply to Jens Mohaupt.
Hi Jens,

the XDK Team has recevied your bug report and will take care of the issue.
Looks like a bug in the application on the smartphone.

Bests
Stefan


 
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Sensor Monitor on Android Phone via WiFi
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15. 2. 18 오후 8:19 as a reply to Stefan Schuster.
Hi Stefan,

finally it runs now. I didn't knew about the step of connecting via the "settings" menue. But the discribed bug with the crashing app as described above is still valid. Thanks for taking care about that by the XDK Team.

Cheers
Jens
 
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Sensor Monitor on Android Phone via WiFi
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15. 2. 19 오전 10:42 as a reply to Jens Mohaupt.
Hi Jens,


in order to reproduce the bug in the Sensor Monitor application, could you please provide us with the following information:
  • What is the type of hardware you are running the application on? Please specify vendor and type.
  • What version of the operating system are you using?

Thank you very much!

Bastian
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Sensor Monitor on Android Phone via WiFi
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15. 5. 1 오전 11:40 as a reply to Wolf-Bastian Pöttner.
Hi,
today I successfully installed the Sensor Monitor V2 demo. The app runs on my Samsung S5 with Android 4.3. I used the mobile hotspot capability in the setting menu to set-up a local WLAN-Hotspot. Android gives you the SSID and Password. But you can change that if you want. Here is the "config.txt" file that goes to the SD card
SSID = AndroidHotspot5152
PWD = <hidden ;-)>
ACTIVATEBLE = NO
BLEDEVNAME = xdk110-INST-NE

As a response to Jens' post: I think you have to set the IP address in the setting menu manually. You find it the the Android list of connected devices. At least in my case the app did not discover the IP address itself.

Here are some minor things I think that could be improved in the Sensor Monitor app
  • The selection box for sensors on the left upper corner is very small. It needs a very carefull "klick" to scroll and select. This would be easier if it is about twice in size. There is enough space below anyhow.
  • Once the phone turns off the screen the App loses connection to the sensor, whereas the Wifi connection stays. I then have to go to the setting menu and pick "connect". Here I would suggest two improvements: 1) show the connect/disconnect status in the main screen 2) reconnecting takes very long. Seems to be a timeout issue. The first connection is much faster.
  • I find it very difficult to distinguish all the nice demos and their names. Could you put a screen shot of the Sensor Monitor app on the title page of the Getting started document.
Overall, really cool demo! I like it.

Stefan
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15. 5. 4 오후 4:00 as a reply to Stefan Ferber.
Hello stefferber,

thank you very much for your improvement suggestions!
I will discuss your points with our XDK-develpment team.

I will keep you posted.

Regards,
Manuel 
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