(1) Unable to contact Humax probably etc
I also have the same issue - can't get it to work at all...
Still stuck with the HTTP error popup. Strange, because I had used the original version successfully.
HTTP error Unable to connect to Humax probably because either: (1) it is not switched on (2) it is not connected to network (3) is not running Customized firmware or (4) IP address is wrong
I latest app 3.2 working on 4.4.1 tablet but not working on a 10.0 phoneWhich is the version that doesn't work ?
I have it working on a 4.4.2 phone and an 8.1 tablet.
I've only retried it in the last week or so. I think the Sept 2020 v3.x ones don't work on a 10.x phone.Has it worked since September 3rd (when version 2 came out) ?
That sounds greatI can increase the number of devices easily, and also add the IP address to the screen.
My phone has Android 9. The app worked before this month's updates.
My tablet has Android 6.0.1 and is still working with the original version of the app.
Interestingly tablet/original app has username=humax and no password. If I try that with the phone/recent app it still generates the HTTP error popup.
Now that's odd, because a few weeks ago I found that the old app had STOPPED working with an authentication failure (which was what motivated me to release the new version). I put this down to the fact that the webif had changed its digest password handling.
Are you using the latest webif ?
The webif can be set to use HTTPS under Web Interface Settings on the Settings page - you could make this a prerequisite if you cant find a workaroundI'm currently waiting (3 days) for Google to "review" the test app.
But meanwhile I think the reason for the failure is that Android 9 and above doesn't like HTTP, but tries to insist on HTTPS.
There is probably a way round this, I'll get back to you later.
Well I have found a workaround, and a new version of the app is now live.The webif can be set to use HTTPS under Web Interface Settings on the Settings page - you could make this a prerequisite if you cant find a workaround