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Amazon Echo ESP8266 control, with natural speech commands

#264

great job. How long before WeMo/Google/Amazon works out they are being used indirectly by fake WeMo devices and closes this avenue off? (But that may prevent all the existing WeMo devices from working so they may not plug it!)

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#265

I have both but with the same name, anyhow, if I understood the debug log correctly, the fact that this messages appears means that something is sent from Alexa to esp and back. Moreover I’m plenty of other devices running at 2.4 and communicating with Alexa.

Got UDP!
M-SEARCH * HTTP/1.1
Host: 239.255.255.250:1900
Man: “ssdp:discover”
MX: 3
ST: upnp:rootdevice

Responding search req…

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#266

@DaleSchultz While Belkin and Phillips may have an interest in locking out emulators, Amazon really doesn’t. I’ve been using these devices for more than 2 years now without any serious problems. This doesn’t mean that there won’t be hiccups as Amazon continues to evolve Alexa. Adapting to them is just part of the price of enjoying this hobby.

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#267

aha! solved! with latest esp core you shall set LwIP Variant to “v1.4 Higher Bandwidth”. You can change it from the Tools menu in the Arduino IDE

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#268

ah yes, but Google may tell WeMo to clean up their act or they cant play on Google…

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#269

can I have your QR code.
Thanks

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#270

216/5000

Good night.
I saw your sketch and I’m interested in the air conditioning control.
I can compile without Sinric, because I did not find a library that worked.
Could you please give me the QR code blynk.
Thank you.

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#271

@wvdias Welcome. I haven’t cloned my dashboard with a QR because your needs will be different from mine. At its simplest, your Blynk dashboard could have just one Blynk button. The button’s PIN setting has to match VPIN. in the code. In the August '18 example (the most recent version), that’s V1. That’s it.

Now, if you want to set up multiple devices, just give each one a new dashboard button. Each button will require a different PIN definition. Choose any unused virtual pin, and set VPIN in the code of the device to match that new pin. For Alexa integration, you’ll probably want each device to have its own unique name (bedroom lamp, ceiling fan, wifi router, etc.).

Best of luck to you.

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#272

Good afternoon,
chrome1000
Sorry.
I’m sorry for my English, too, because I use google translator.
I’m new here and I’m not very good yet.
I think I sent the question to the wrong person, I was referring to a sketch of another member (Sai_Khurana).
which is controlling some relays and an air conditioner.
Actually, I do not mind the air conditioning control.
sorry and thank you

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