Hassio android app
Hi mcfrojdsince you added these intents the package for "smart youtube tv" has changed here is the new working intent for the latest version. Hi mcfrojdare you able to start plex with the intent? The only way I have found working with plex, is the monkey command adb shell monkey -p com. I'm trying to connect from my mac to my nVidia Shield with adb but it says its offline. I have the latest platform-tools installed.
I issued the following commands:. My Hassio is running on a Ubuntu I even got the multiremote nVidia part working. VIEW -d -n com. If you post a question here it might take a while to get an answer, i dont get any notification when someone comments here. Update To keep all information togethere, this is my working script, to launch plex on my shield HA 0. Like i say it worked when i first set it up now i get nothing i've also tried just calling the service and nothing there either.
Here's an entity-button card example I'm using to turn on Plex or whatever based on either of my two FireTV instances:. Hello Complete noob to android intent here. After playing with it for a few hours i finally got it to work and its awesome.
Iwas wondering if there is an intent to start HD Homerun app on shield tv? Can someone please share with me? It kept showing the Plex splash screen and then crashing. Deleted my comment. I don't know why but when I first tried your intent, I changed the entity ID, and it still wasn't working. I copied something from the forums, and it worked.Remote UI in Home Assistant!!
Thanks though! How would you access settings for sound using ADB? I am trying to figure out how to change the Surround mode using a command as I sometimes need it to be on "Always" and sometimes on "Auto". I would love to know how to do this via an ADB command so I can fully automate this. Thanks for any and all hints in advance! I dont have Pandora, but you might be able to use the command examples above to figure that out. I have the same setup with the shield.
So thanks for all the helpful intents! I am wondering if it would be possible to turn off the tv screen with a command from home-assistant. So, shield keeps playing spotify, for instance over my speakers not tv speakersbut the tv turns off? Probably depends on your tv. And since i run my audio optically from my tv to my sonos bar i would loose sound if i turned of the tv.
Added some commands to kill your running app on the Shield. Some apps ex twitch if you are running a stream, and then change to another app ex youtube with the ADB command, the twitch stream will continue to run in the twitch app, so next time you start twitch, that stream will still be on. Skip to content. Instantly share code, notes, and snippets. MD Last active Apr 9, Code Revisions 55 Stars 49 Forks 5.
Embed What would you like to do?JuanMTech is supported by you. I may earn an affiliate commission when buying through links on the site. The article and video are no longer up to date. A new version of this guide was made available on Feb. The Home Assistant developers released a new updated version of Hass.
In this article, you will learn how to set up Hass. Set up the WiFi connection. The Configurator so you can edit the configuration files directly from Home Assistant. The Samba add-on so you can access the config files from another computer in your network. Download the latest version of Hass. There are 2 versions, a 32bit and a 64bit version for the Raspberry Pi 4. However, install the 32bit version as it is the recommended one. Use an app like WinRAR to extract the image.
In Etcher, click on Select Imagesearch, and select the Hass. Make sure that Etcher picked the correct drive to install the image, otherwise click on Change and choose the SD card. Lastly, click on Flash and give it a few minutes for the process to complete. Connect the flash drive to the computer and format it. So, right-click on the drive and click on Format. Click on Start then, OK to format the drive. When finished, open the drive, create a new folder named network. Then, inside that folder, create a file named system-connections.
Now, open the file and enter the following information. For the UUIDyou can generate a new number by going to uuidgenerator. Save the file and unmount the flash drive from the computer.Add the following snippet to your HTML:.
Read up about this project on. This project was built using a Raspberry Pi 3, an externally powered speaker the Piezo Buzzer is no longer usedand a 7" touch screen display running Android Things. Optionally I am using an Raspberry Pi Camera Module v2 to capture images when the alarm is deactivated. Home Assistant is an open source home automation platform with the ability to integrate with many hardware components, as well as offer custom features for automation and MQTT messaging.
Using Android Things for the software allowed me to create a rich user interface, and gives me the flexibility to deliver the same product on multiple platforms including Android tablets and phones.
Through the alarm panel interface, I can set the alarm state to away or home, or disarm the alarm using a code. Home Assistant controls the sensors and automations, which trigger the siren and notifies me of a possible intrusion.
Home Assistant can read the state of the sensors, and using the manual control panel, publish MQTT messages. For example, if my alarm has been triggered by an open door, a MQTT message is sent and the hardware alarm panel responds by displaying the disarm dialog with a constant beep to alert me. I can then disarm the alarm system from the alarm panel by entering the code which sends a MQTT message back to Home Assistant to reset the alarm system.
If no code is entered in the set period of time, the alarm will sound. To use the application with Home Assistant you need Home Assistant v.
Be sure to have the the Home Assistant's manual alarm control panel component setup. Here is the default setup for the manual alarm control component in the configuration yaml file:. Here is an example automation in Home Assistant for triggering the alarm from a sensor state change:. If you decide to use an automation system other than Home Assistant, you will need to use the same publish states and commands to communicate with the alarm control panel.
The Alarm Control Panel will send the command topic with a payload to notify your home automation system to arm or disarm. The MQTT service will use the publish topic with the payload to notify the Alarm Control Panel of the current alarm state, which will update the interface accordingly. I am using a basic set of components for the hardware. Sm Here is a complete list of the hardware used. Make sure you properly setup the RPi3 with the 7" Touchscreen display.
You won't need any special software setup if you use the The Raspberry Pi Foundation 7" Touchscreen, as it's compatible with Android Things. Other compatible touch screens may require additional configuration for use with Android Things. Download the latest build zip file from the project's GitHub release release section, which includes Android Things Preview 0. This option also allows you to receive future OTA over the air updates.
Be sure to set up network access either using WiFi or ethernet.
Optionally, you can use the Android Things Setup Utility to setup the device WiFi connection and update the timezone from the application settings or you can use the adb command line tool to change them manually.
You probably also want to set the time and timezone of the device. This can also be done from within the application settings or manually using the adb command line tool:. When you first start the application, you will be asked to go to the settings screen and where you can setup the device and alarm code.The practical workbook for the Advanced Android Development course is now available as a series of Codelabs. Visit the course overview for more information.
Many Android-powered devices include built-in sensors that measure motion, orientation, and environmental conditions such as ambient light or temperature.
These sensors can provide data to your app with high precision and accuracy. Sensors can be used to monitor three-dimensional device movement or positioning, or to monitor changes in the environment near a device, such as changes to temperature or humidity. For example, a game might track readings from a device's accelerometer sensor to infer complex user gestures and motions, such as tilt, shake, or rotation. In this practical you learn about the Android sensor framework, which is used to find the available sensors on a device and retrieve data from those sensors.
The device camera, fingerprint sensor, microphone, and GPS location sensor all have their own APIs and are not considered part of the Android sensor framework. You will build two apps in this practical.
The first app lists the available sensors on the device or emulator. The list of sensors is scrollable, if it is too big to fit the screen. The second app, modified from the first, gets data from the ambient light and proximity sensors, and displays that data. Light and proximity sensors are some of the most common Android device sensors. In this task, you build a simple app that queries the sensor manager for the list of sensors available on the device.
Add a ScrollView element inside the constraint layout. Give it these attributes:. The ScrollView is here to allow the list of sensors to scroll if it is longer than the screen. Add a TextView element inside the ScrollView and give it these attributes:. This TextView holds the list of sensors. The placeholder text is replaced at runtime by the actual sensor list.
The layout for your app should look like this screenshot:. Open MainActivity and add a variable at the top of the class to hold an instance of SensorManager :. In the onCreate method, below the setContentView method, get an instance of the sensor manager from system services, and assign it to the mSensorManager variable:.
Get the list of all sensors from the sensor manager. Store the list in a List object whose values are of type Sensor :. The Sensor class represents an individual sensor and defines constants for the available sensor types. The Sensor. Iterate over the list of sensors. For each sensor, get that sensor's official name with the getName method, and append that name to the sensorText string.
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Each line of the sensor list is separated by the value of the line. Different Android devices have different sensors available, which means the SensorSurvey app shows different results for each device.
In addition, the Android emulator includes a small set of simulated sensors. Run the app on a physical device. The output of the app looks something like this screenshot:.
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The letters and numbers indicate sensor manufacturers and model numbers. In most devices the accelerometer, gyroscope, and magnetometer are physical sensors. These sensors use the data from one or more physical sensors. So, for example, the gravity sensor may use data from the accelerometer, gyroscope, and magnetometer to provide the direction and magnitude of gravity in the device's coordinate system.Subtitles what's going on everyone.
Juan here and on today's video, I'm going to show you how to install Hass. This video is part one of a series of videos that I will make about home assistant based on the Hass. For future videos I will cover how to set up remote connection using DuckDNS so you can access your home a system from anywhere. We also be exploring other available add-ons for Hass. So if you guys are new to the channel and you like my videos definitely subscribe I hit the bell button so like that you can notified anytime I upload a new video.
All right let's get started with part 1 the first thing that we need to do is download the latest version of Hass. Click on Select Image, search and select the Hass. Lastly click on Flash and give it a couple minutes for the process to complete All right so the SD card is ready. Now, let's set up the Pi to connect via Wi-Fi to do this open the resin Boot Drive click on system-connections and select the resin-sample file you can open it using just notepad or you can use a text editor like Atom enter your Wi-Fi name under the SSID and the Wi-Fi password under PSK then save the file, unmount the SD card from the computer, insert it into the Raspberry Pi and start the Pi.
Once the Pi boots go to hassio. All right so Home Assistant is now ready. We are going to install the Configurator add-on to manage the Home Assistant configuration files directly from the Home Assistant web interface. On the left side click on Hass. Click on install and give it a couple minutes.
After the installation is done we need to set up a username and a password so we can protect access to the home assistant configuration files make sure that the username and password are enclosed within quotation marks. For the SSL we are going to leave it set to false for now but if you set up remote access which we will in the next video you will need to set it to true okay now click on save and then start to enable the Configurator add-on scroll down and check the log to make sure that the activation went well.
No errors are showing on the log so the add-on is now enabled to access the configurator and get access to the home assistant files click on open web UI. Another tab opens where you have to sign in with the new username and password that we set up and now we have access to the configuration. To access the other files available in home assistant you can click on the folder on the top left side of the page.I recently setup the new Home Assistant integration with STand had it working great.
HOwever, I ran into a hardware issue, and had to switch back to my RPi for the time being. How do I get this off my Classic app?? Having the exact same issue! Working great and had an unrelated HW issue.
Please try again. Same issue here. I am experiencing the same issue. The Smartthings integration is working again as I was able to recreate the integration and install a new SmartApp. Hey Folks! It also happens if you reverted Home Assistant, removing the file.
This is by design as the integration allows any number of Home Assistant instances to control the same SmartThings Account. Any ideas on another approach to remove the app? Here is the trace:. How do you delete the smartapp with the new ST apps? I assume its the record I see under automations.
Once I do that and go back into smartthings classic, i still see the home assistant app under marketplace, myapps. Also wondering if any of my issue is related to how I expose my HA externally.
I use Caddy to reverse proxy. It seems it is expecting the previous token I had used and removed. IO to integrate the pluging you have done with my SmartThings account again.
Then, do you have any other solution for people with Hass. I am using android, which app should I be using? Community Created SmartApps. Having the Same issues unable to get it working. Gregwhiteuk Greg White February 27,am 6.
Thanks for your patience! Gregwhiteuk Greg White February 28,am 9. Skaven Mr Skaven March 1,pm Can you explain how I run this script? So what would you suggest to do if you are using Hassio.
This means the token you passed in the command line is invalid…. I think there is some misunderstanding of how the integration works: Tokens are tied to your SmartThings or Samsung account. You can use any valid token under the same account to setup the integration or clean it up using the removal utility. Deleting tokens does not remove the integration. This is a Home Assistant integration, not Hass.
The removal utility is what you need to use to remove the orphaned apps in Automations and Marketplace. Note that in Home Assistant v0. All Rights Reserved.Now that you have the Assistant running on the device, it is time to extend it with Device Actions. Device Actions allow you to control your device via voice. For this example, you will be using a Built-in Device Action to turn a light on and off.
In a later step, you will modify the sample code to light the LED by voice command. The electrical resistance of the resistor should be tied to the specific LED.
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