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Alpha Hyperion/HyperCon Android Development

Discussion in 'Development' started by BioHaZard1, 8 July 2016.

  1. Andrew Raj

    Andrew Raj New Member

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    Hi @BioHaZard1 , any intentions to make the source code publicly available?
     
  2. BioHaZard1

    BioHaZard1 Member Developer

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    The logs should be stored in root/data/data/uk.hyperion.manager/hyperion/log.txt, you can also open the navigation drawer and press log Debug. Exceptions are usually highlighted in red. I did fix a few bugs which resulted in a force close, I'll upload another build within the next day or two. I may have also fixed the initial connection issue, at least I cannot reproduce it anymore.

    Sure, they'll be available, not sure when though. I still have a lot to do. Anything specifically you need them for?
     
  3. Andrew Raj

    Andrew Raj New Member

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    I would like to view and contribute if I have the time.
     
  4. thedude23

    thedude23 New Member

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    hi @ all,
    can somebody help me with this tool. i don't get a connection established.
    i've tested the apk on an samsung note and also on an androidtv (sony). in both ways i get this error:

    D/Hyperion: {"error":"Error while validating json: {[root].command: Unknown enum value (allowed values are: [\"color\",\"image\",\"effect\",\"serverinfo\",\"clear\",\"clearall\",\"transform\"...........

    with the hyperion.apk from the playstore the connection is possible.

    thx & sorry for my bad english.
     

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  5. BioHaZard1

    BioHaZard1 Member Developer

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    I think there was an update/change to Hyperion with broke my app temporarily. I've updated the app quite a lot since the previous version, I'm sure I've fixed this issue already. I'll post a new build soon.
     
  6. thedude23

    thedude23 New Member

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    Hi.
    The error doesn't occure anymore. It was my fault - because i tried to connect to a normal installation of hyperion.
    Since i upgraded to hyperion.ng, it is possible to establish the connection from my tablet.

    But now i've got another problem. When i use the app on my Bravia-TV, it isn't possible to create an entry because you don't see the input fileds. If i try to create a new entry via the network scanner, sadly the found client could not be saved.

    Is it because the tv is not rooted?
     
  7. BioHaZard1

    BioHaZard1 Member Developer

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    Strange, no the app doesn't require root at all. Do you see a zeroconf device at the top of the main screen?

    It should look like this box at the top of this screenshot

    [​IMG]
     
  8. Denniz03

    Denniz03 New Member

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    Hi guys, I was just looking for a project that could help me read my android tv screen and send it to my raspberry when I found this page.

    I have no programming skills but had the idea of reading the screen a d sending it to my rasp by using udp.

    I now have a simple Kodi plugin the switches to ambilight when video starts and back to static when stops that I got from http://raspberry-at-home.com/control-lightberry-from-kodixbmc-htpc-over-network/

    Maybe it can be of some use.

    Looking forward to the next release
     
  9. thommy86

    thommy86 Member

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  10. Denniz03

    Denniz03 New Member

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    Hi Tommy, Sorry for the late reply. Thank a lot for this app. i installed it right when i got home and it workt on my android tv with the menu and spotify. sadly the drm protected apps like netflix, plex and tv inputs dont work, but hé its a start. in the meanwhile i programed te system so it shows warm white on idle and when i turn on the grabber app or start a video in kodi it switches to ambilight.

    now i whas thinking further of ways to expand, like with philips hue lights. these lights and a bridge are very expensive and these day the rpi zero w costs about 10 bucks. if i setup a pi zero, with a 12 led ws2812 ring (https://www.aliexpress.com/item/12-...ight-with-Integrated-Drivers/32673278683.html) and setup the forwarding within hyperion i could build my own hue right?

    Does anyone have an other idea or aproach?
     
  11. thommy86

    thommy86 Member

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    If you have any comment on the android grabber, please answer in that tread.

    There are a lot of ways to create a hue like light. If you want to interact with Hyperion, have a look at the AtmoOrb. Just google it, you will find a lot of information.
    If you really want to use it as Hue, just google diy hue. I found this blog post from Peeveeone very interesting.