Posted: 2022-12-12 02:47 AM
Totally agree. The app is easy enough to navigate but would much rather be able to set schedules on PC/keep an eye on it whilst working etc
Posted: 2022-12-12 03:29 AM
WSA? Windows 11 "Windows System for Android". It's currently a bit fiddly to install but I need to look at this over the hols
Posted: 2022-12-16 05:17 PM
I tried using SCRCPY to remote control my phone. However, it didn't help in the slightest - it's the design of the app. that's the issue.
(It wasn't even any bigger, since the laptop I used was obviously in landscape mode and the app only works in portrait mode).
Posted: 2023-01-10 11:29 PM
Any luck with your "Windows 11 "Windows System for Android" project? Cant think why they don't want to have a PC app.
Posted: 2023-01-10 11:48 PM
Windows Subsystem for Android This is something I will get around to (and will document). In the meantime my son is getting me up to (tortoise) speed with Python (Anaconda platform/environment) so I can interact with the API.
Posted: 2023-01-16 03:57 AM . Last Modified: 2023-01-16 04:07 AM
You could setup Home Assistant and use the Wiser integration. Then you can create your own web-based dashboard and do more with the system than the native app allows you to do.
For example, two of the most notable things. If you have iTRVs on your radiators and some contact sensors integrated as well, you can switch heating off and back on in a room when the window is actually opened and closed, rather than using the window detection feature in the app. You can also do presence detection and activate Away mode when everyone has left the house without needing to use IFTTT.