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Hyperion/HyperCon Android Development

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

  1. willfunhh

    willfunhh New Member

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    Last edited: 13 November 2016
  2. willfunhh

    willfunhh New Member

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    Hi BioHaZard1 are there any news from your side? Did you have time to do further development on this project?:)
     
  3. BioHaZard1

    BioHaZard1 New Member Developer

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    I did yes, but for the past 4 days my Hyperion has stopped working. I think it is something to do with my lights though as Hyperion is receiving and sending the commands successfully. Annoying though as I was going to start working on ng.
     
  4. willfunhh

    willfunhh New Member

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    I had also something like hyperion suddenly did not work...checked all connections an so on...it was not the HW. I just burned a new sd and configured it new for hyperion and it worked. I am not sure what exactly it was, but I had this now two times.it only happens when I "play" arround to much with the settings in the *.json...this may also solve your problem...
     
  5. BioHaZard1

    BioHaZard1 New Member Developer

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    Already tried reconfiguring, hopefully going to take it off the wall today check everything over. According to the logs everything on Hyperion's side is working fine.
     
  6. willfunhh

    willfunhh New Member

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    I have also a level shifter in between. This one also got a broken soldering connection for the data lines. I only found it out when I really went to all connections (power, conections at the corners up to levelshifter and pi) after christmas I will make a solid frame where I put everything on. (it will be a little bigger than the actual screen, because I also plan to buy a bigger one next year) IHopefully you will find the fault soon...
    By the way: Good to here that you are still working on the improved app. I am just a HW computer freak but not able to program. Hello world is possible but if it gets into details I get some knots in my brain :)
     
  7. BioHaZard1

    BioHaZard1 New Member Developer

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    I don't use a level shifter, just a resistor on the data line and cap between power and ground. I was going to build a frame initially but as my TV is wall mounted it wouldn't fit on the wall. Well, I finally got it working, turns out the first SMD has burned out. :)
     
  8. willfunhh

    willfunhh New Member

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    Hi BioHaZard1,good that you found it. Up to now I did not have any time for the frame.. :-( Did you had some time for programming? If you have a beta version that should be tested, I could do so :)
     
  9. Evgeny

    Evgeny New Member

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    Thanks for developing the new app,
    You need any help?