PF Remote

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  1. @2GodBDGlory Yes, I think that too, the range isn't that bad too, about 5-6 meters. @AussieBrett I would be happy about your tests;) I will make a video on the app soon.
  2. Hey guys, some time ago, I have coded an app for controlling Lego PF using the IR diode of your Android phone. It didn't really work well, but since this time I have learned a lot about programming and made a new app for you. It is a BETA version, but I hope that there will be no issues with it. Before installing this app please google whether your phone has an IR blaster, this app won't work on devices without an IR blaster (physically not possible). The channelswitch is not working right now, but I will add this feature soon. I would be happy about some feedback from you! APK: https://we.tl/t-LF4W1fvW2A (do not wonder this app doesn't have an icon yet! When you have an idea for it, let me know!) Screenshots:
  3. Hey guys, I am working on a new version of PF Remote, which will be far better than the old PF Remote
  4. Hi @_Ozzee_, I like your app because of the great design. I wanted to ask you which IDE have you used?
  5. Hi, I have decided to make PUTools free so now everybody can download it:)
  6. PF Remote

    Ideas for new powered up app alternative?

    @Carefree_Dude Now you can read here more about PUTools:
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    Powered Up - A tear down...

    Hi, I have decided to move from this thread. So if you want to get some more informations about PUTools read here:
  8. Hello, as you maybe know from other threads I have decided to code an android app that can be used as an alternative to the original Lego app. The main reasons why I have done the project is the implementation of new features and a nice design as I am not a big fan of the design that Lego has provided with their Powered UP app. The app is now available at the Google Play Store. Features of my app: V1.0: -controlling one PU HUB with both A and B port at the same time -reading the battery power of your HUB -choosing custom sounds to play as simulation -Volume button control(that means that you control your motors just by pressing the volume button on your phone) -choosing color of the build-in RGB LED inside of your HUB -renaming the HUB -dark/white theme -turning off HUB Presentation video: DOWNLOAD NOW FOR FREE: PlayStore Hope you will like it P.S.: If you have ideas for new features than just write a post.
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    Powered Up - A tear down...

    Hi, I have made a demo now with a watermark. You can download the test version now from google drive:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1x75Fquqs26aOHplBXKrtNT8S-5tFEEA6/view?usp=sharing This version has all features of PUTools in the Play Store. The only difference is the watermark. If you like it you can download the normal version from Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pfremote.putools When there are some bugs please report me about them so I can fix them.
  10. I'm wondering what battery percent data my app would show when you power such a hub with LiPo. Maybe I will check it out soon:)
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    Powered Up - A tear down...

    @Phil B Thank you for your tips and motivation to make other cool projects;) I think that "freemium" is a great idea to make my app marketing. Although I think that first I will try to sell it and make a free version with a watermark for testing. You are right, there are many competitors when you look at PU software.
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    Powered Up - A tear down...

    @GianCann Like it, although the design on bigger screens could have a better resolution.
  13. PF Remote

    Powered Up - A tear down...

    @Philo Thanks for this great idea. I will post a demo version, for example with a watermark so you will be able to test it out. If you like it than you will be able to download the full version. What do you think about posting an apk on Google Drive and sharing the link for this test version than.