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You are right, for windows you need to use gradlew.bat, I am afraid I just deleted it. Looks like I am using this gradle versionhttps://services.gradle.org/distributions/gradle-2...And you can find bat file in the bin folder. I am afraid you are on your own, I have no windows machine to try that.
HiI am pretty sure it works on old devices, it is just an artificial restriction. I do not have an old device to verify it though. You could change minSdkVersion version to match your device and build apk locally: https://github.com/sshlyk/switch-android/blob/mast...Run "./gradlew assembleDebug" and you can find .apk file in build directory.If it works, create pull request, I'll merge it and publish to app store.
The default state is ON (HIGH), that's why they light up by default. It is currently hardcoded in the source code, by you can change that to PinState.LOW https://github.com/sshlyk/switch-server/blob/maste...You still should be able to control the device. Check server-side logs to see if there are incoming requests whey you use the app. If not, make sure both server and client run on the same home local network. Keep in mind, that some public routers drop broadcast packets and client wont be able to discover and send requests.
I am using pi B and have not tried other models. As long as you can install pi4j library it will work since server is written in java. Server code and android app are opened sourced, feel free to make changesThx
You need to run it as super user. pi4j need super user access sudo java -jar /home/pi/switch-server.jar
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