The firmware download should be in this thread. It is not yet able to show a fully working clock.
The olv app on Google Play is the result of the work people did in this thread. Oir project can also be found on googlecode: openliveview.googlecode.com . On Google code you can download the latest source and the latest working apk file (The version on google code has nice new icons )
If you are new to this project it may handy to know that the openliveview app replaces both the liveware manager and the liveview software. Please uninstall these two applications to make sure no conflicts will prohibit the correct working of olv.
Openliveview does not yet support plugins (thats #1 on the to do list) but it does catch all notifications broadcasted by android
. This means that you can see all your phones notifications on your Liveview. Olv also has an option that shows the notification on the liveview the moment it arrives.
If you have more questions feel free to ask!
So will the olv app allow for reading of SMS messages? What about receiving a Gmail notification or even be able to read the email? Thanks again!
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Is anyone trying to find out about LV peripherals connection and controlling?
Buttons would be the minimum for basic user interactions.
I had a glance on touch controller docs (CY8C20236A). This chip is versatile configurable and programmable,
but in case of our device it should generate simple "button tap" events, that we could somehow detect on some pins …
uneducated guess )
Having a little trouble with 4.2.1 , I've had 4.2.1 before but just updated my ROM and after I pair my liveview and I tap the top right button on the watch to connect to the phone ,I get "message access request" Liveview would like to access your messages" I click OK but olv closes and it never connects and I did turn on olv in accessibility .
Anyone else run into this problem?
Oh and I'm running the latest apk 22.214.171.124
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all basic GPIO is found (see docs/gpio.txt in my test code source). button and touch button drived by CY8C20236A, CY8C20236A generate interrupt (see docs/gpio.txt) on change buttons/touch buttons state and you can read status register with current button data (function i2c_read in test code source) but i not understand how say to CY8C20236A that the interrupt has been processed and can generade the next interrupt
is there any way to make the liveview automatically reconnect after losing connection, rather than having to actually press pair on my phone...
Anyone try these apps? i think they only work on the official app, but does anyone know which one works better? thanks
private static final UUID SERIAL = UUID.fromString("00001101-0000-1000-8000-00805F9B34FB"); private final BluetoothAdapter btAdapter; private BluetoothServerSocket serverSocket; private BluetoothSocket clientSocket; btAdapter = BluetoothAdapter.getDefaultAdapter(); serverSocket = btAdapter.listenUsingRfcommWithServiceRecord("LiveView", SERIAL); clientSocket = serverSocket.accept(); serverSocket.close(); serverSocket = null; //Liveview is now connected
@"official" OLV team members:
Please post your donation link in this topic or send me an e-mail. If you do I can add your link to the app. (I don't think its fair that I am the only one getting the donations for this project). (about $7 per month, but it could become more in the future... If you donated: Thank you!)
I'm sorry for being a noob again but what is OLV?
Can there be a rom for the LiveView in the coming years?
Is the LiveView open source?
+ can anyone provide me a detailed spec sheet of the LiveView... Like the processor and alll..
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