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Android Open Beta. Version 2.27.2

#224

App is just receiving byte arrays filled with zeros, I had not found any examples of such behavior. When I’ll have more time - Ill prepare some debug builds with different connection options - maybe it can help.

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#225

@BlynkAndroidDev
Hi the latest beta version notification cannot working from the hardware side !

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#226

Please send logs, there were no changes in last builds except for some bugfixes

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#227

@BlynkAndroidDev
Hello Alex i have sent log files earlier this week. Were they helpful? is there more i can do to enable you to find the problem?

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#228

Since updating to 2.27.6 (latest Android beta), my device tiles have been arranged by alphabetic order. Is there any way I can change them back to the way they were?

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#229

See here… it was a fix from the previous chaotic ordering.

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#230

Ah, thanks @Gunner.

Do you know if the ordering is based on the name or template ID? It would be nice to be able to rearrange them without having “A - Lounge lights”, “B - Bedroom lights”

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#231

It is based on the devices’ names. So you can just rename devices. Maybe I’ll find another better way to sort out this issue.

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#232

Any chance you could allow us to rearrange the devices by moving them up/down on the device tiles settings tab?

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#233

There will be sorting options for Blynk2, not sure we will introduce them in current app.

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#234

I think it is the first time I see this “announcement”. :face_with_monocle: Work “in progress”? Or just plans for future?

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#235

@BlynkAndroidDev, could you somehow provide me a link to the pre-LATEST (beta)version. I got a strong feeling latest version broke something within image widget. I’m not sure (I’m using it only since very recently) but it seems latest version reacts with a HUGE delay to :

	blynk:setProperty(42, "urls", "http://192.168.1.131/snr/SNR-0001.png")
	blynk:virtualWrite(42, 1)

The above is called >4s after updated image is placed on server, the updated image IS accessible,yet the BLYNK delays its update in widget by few dozens of minutes (after some another run). I think it was ok before.

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#236

may be related to this:

Is the URL you are setting the same each time? If so, perhaps it is not flushing the cached image.

Try

blynk:setProperty(42, "urls", "http://192.168.1.131/snr/someotherfile");
blynk:setProperty(42, "urls", "http://192.168.1.131/snr/SNR-0001.png");
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#237

Awesome, thanks.

Lets hope Blynk2 launches soon.

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#238

Yes, this workaround came into my mind, but I’d prefer a software fix.
I may try that with some nice “waiting” graphic and when new graphs are ready, refresh widgets again.

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#239

Is Blynk “1” bad? :wink:

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#240

Blynk “1” is awesome but there are several little things like this which are … frustrating…

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#241

Please send me the log, it could be possible that pin write is received before set property.

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#242

not sure blynk 2 will be free :joy::joy:

Alexis

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#244

Log has been sent. Slightly different syntax on last attempts though:

    socket.sleep(4)
	blynk:setProperty(42, "url", 2, "http://192.168.1.131/snr/SNR-0001.png")
	blynk:setProperty(43, "url", 2, "http://192.168.1.131/snr/bitbin-0001.png")
	blynk:virtualWrite(42, 2)
	blynk:virtualWrite(43, 2)

The #1 image is chosen during “waiting” period,and it works.

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