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Asking only is not fair… 😉
Problem solved: there is no concordance between the mailbox numbers in NXT-G software and yours. In NXT-G mailbox numbers range from 1 to 10, but in the Monobrick Remote they range from 0 to 9. Simply send messages from mailbox 0 to mailbox 1 and everything is OK ;-D
It seems too complicated for me, but I’ll keep working on it. I’ll tell you when I get it right.
I’m using the same mailbox, both in the remote and in the program.
If you could tell me how to write a simple program, just to test that function, I would appreciate.
Also, I see two buttons in the Tunnel tab, that doesn’t work at all: the “toggle light” and the GPS ones. Should they work or are still not?
And happy new year 😉
- This reply was modified 7 years, 11 months ago by Pepe.
¡Works GREAT! Is much more than fast enough to remote controlling the robot in real time, my friend, really really nice work.
I still have problems sending messages to the NXT: my machine sports a rotaing turret for holding the phone, and I want to trigger different movements. I understand that if the program is running, it will compare text strings I could send from single keys using your PC software and, when correct, make the required actions. But it still does nothing, even with the console showing “Write message: OK” in the status bar.
Ok, sorry. I’m not an expert, but I’ll try to explain myself:
– Windows (Win7 Home Premium) firewall, as far as I know.
– VLC is installed.
– Configuration (on my phone settings, I suppose) is default 8086 port for RTSP an 9000 for video.
– My PC is wired to a WiFi router, which the phone is wirelessly connected to. I have no idea about this device configuration, but if you give me some advice on what I must look for, I’ll try to investigate.
Thaks a lot.
Yes, it’s enabled.