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I have the OnePlus 6.
And I can go to Battery optimization to prevent not going into sleep.

Problem is I often close apps in my android device (recent apps that are open in device)

When doing this the tts app closes also, and nothing will work. 

 

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The line looks OK,  but the error is very weird... it points to line #1 ???  Why do you think that the error in on this line?

Could you please post entire scene code? As a text not a screenshot ...

 

 

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Hi thanks for your reply !

 

I'am a little confused in the TTS scen file the execution line is          fibaro:startScene('sceneID',\{"text","192.168.1.12:8080"\})  

but in the forum i also found following line                                  fibaro:startScene('ttsSceneID',{"text","192.168.1.12:8080"})

its not the same. Whats the correct line to execute the TTS scen?

 

This is the code i copied from the TTS file and pasted in to my scen.

 

 

{\rtf1\ansi\ansicpg1252\deff0\nouicompat{\fonttbl{\f0\fnil\fcharset0 Calibri;}{\f1\fnil\fcharset1 Segoe UI Symbol;}{\f2\fnil\fcharset1 Cambria Math;}{\f3\fnil\fcharset1 Segoe UI Symbol;}}
{\*\generator Riched20 10.0.17134}{\*\mmathPr\mmathFont2\mwrapIndent1440 }\viewkind4\uc1 
\pard\sl240\slmult1\f0\fs22\lang9 --[[ \par
V1.0 Scene functionality:\par
1. Sendi text (and volume level-optional) to specific IP address of ZenitGatekeeper.apk \par
2. The scene designed for external execuiton only with parameters of text and IP address.\par
    An example:\par
      * fibaro:startScene('sceneID',\{"text","192.168.1.12:8080"\})   \par
      * fibaro:startScene('sceneID',\{"text","192.168.1.12:8080",volLevel\}) \par
   Please notice that the volume level of your phone or tablet will be changed\par
                 accordingly. Usualy volume range is 1-15.\par
\par
======================== USER CONFIGURABLE PARAMETERS ===============================\par
--------------------------------- v1.0 ---------------------------------------------------------]]\par
local httpTimeout = 7000   -- HTTP timeout in mSec. \par
local debug       = false  -- Display debug information.\par
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------\par
--=================================================================================\par
\par
function errProcess(httpStatus)\par
   mStr = mStr .. "<font color=orangered><sup>[" .. httpStatus .. "]</sup>"\par
    if (tonumber(httpStatus) >= 500 ) then\par
           mStr = mStr .. "<small> [X] </small>Server error while processing the request"\par
    elseif (tonumber(httpStatus) >= 400 ) then\par
           mStr = mStr .. "<small> [X] </small>lient request error"\par
    elseif (tonumber(httpStatus) >= 300 ) then\par
      mStr = mStr .. "<small> [X] </small>Redirection to another location"\par
    end\par
    fibaro:debug(mStr .. "</font>")\par
end\par
mStr =""\par
local IP_address,PAMessage = "",""\par
local TTS_delay,sleepTime,sCnt=0,0,fibaro:countScenes()\par
\par
math.randomseed(os.clock()*10000)\par
if (fibaro:args() ~= nil) then \par
   PAMessage  = fibaro:args()[1] \par
   IP_address = fibaro:args()[2]\par
   if fibaro:args()[3] then ttsVol = fibaro:args()[3] end\par
else\par
  fibaro:debug ("<font color=pink>No data received. Aborting scene...</font>")\par
  fibaro:abort()\par
end\par
-- In case that more than one messages received at the same time, \par
--    create delay between scenes to allow TTS to speak all messages.\par
if fibaro:countScenes() > 1 then\par
  while sleepTime ❤️ do sleepTime = math.random()*7.5 end\par
  if debug then fibaro:debug("\f1\u-10180?\u-8276?\f0 "..fibaro:countScenes() .. " \f1\u-10179?\u-8950?\f0 ".. PAMessage .. " \f2\u10711?\f0 "..sleepTime) end\par
else\par
  sleepTime = 6\par
end\par
TTS_delay = PAMessage:len() * 170--mSec per character\par
x=os.clock(); while (fibaro:countScenes() > 1 and os.clock() - x < sleepTime) do end \par
uri="/tts=" .. PAMessage  \par
\par
if PAMessage == "wakeup" or PAMessage == "ping" then uri="/"..PAMessage ; ttsVol=nil end \par
mStr = "<font color=lightblue><sub>\f1\u-10180?\u-8276?\f0 "..fibaro:countScenes().."/"..sCnt ..\par
       "</font></sub><font color=yellowgreen><small> "..string.match(IP_address,"(.*):") .. \par
       "</small></font><font color=wheat> \f1\u-10179?\u-8950?\f0  "..PAMessage.." </font><sup>\f2\u10711?\f0 "..TTS_delay/1000 .. "</sup>"\par
if ttsVol then \par
  mStr=mStr.. "\f1\u-10180?\u-8267?\f0 <font color=wheat>".. ttsVol.." </font>"\par
  uri = uri.."&vol="..ttsVol \par
end \par
uri = string.gsub(string.gsub(uri, "%%", "%%25"), "%s+", "%%20")\par
if debug then fibaro:debug("URL [ " .. uri .. " ]") end\par
TTS = net.HTTPClient(\{timeout=httpTimeout\})\par
TTS:request("http://" ..IP_address .. uri,\par
  \{success = function(resp)\par
                if resp.status >= 300 then  errProcess(resp.status) \par
                else \par
                   fibaro:debug(mStr .. "<font color=lightgreen><small> [\f3\u10004?\f0 ]</small></font>")\par
                   fibaro:sleep(TTS_delay)\par
                end\par
             end, -- function(resp) \par
   error = function(error)\par
               if string.find(error,"Operation canceled") then\par
                 fibaro:debug(mStr.."<font color=orangered><small> [X] </small>"..error..". timeout " .. httpTimeout/1000 .."sec.</font>")\par
               else\par
                 fibaro:debug(mStr.."<font color=orangered><small> [X] </small>"..error.."</font>")\par
               end\par
           end,\par
    option = \{method = "GET"\}\par
  \})\lang9\par
}
 

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Good morning to all,
I am trying to bring this solution for HC3 using Quick Apps via this code:

function QuickApp:ChiamareTTS()
       self:debug("ChiamareTTS ")
    local address = "http://100.79.219.99:8080/tts=testing&vol=15"
 
    self.http:request(address, {
        options={
           headers = { 
               Accept = "application/json"
            },
            checkCertificate = true,
            method = 'GET'
        },
        success = function(response)
            self:debug("response status:", response.status) 
            self:debug("headers:", response.headers["Content-Type"]) 
            local data = json.decode(response.data)  
            self:debug("ChiamareTTS data " .. data)
            self:updateView("label""text", data) 
        end,
        error = function(error)
            self:debug('error: ' .. json.encode(error))
        end
    }) 
    self:debug("ChiamareTTS fine")
 
end
 
function QuickApp:setLabelWithTime()
    self:debug("setLabelWithTime")
    self:updateView("label""text""testoTTS")
end
 
function QuickApp:onInit()
    self:debug("onInit")
    self.http = net.HTTPClient({timeout=3000})
end
 
function QuickApp:uibutton1OnReleased(event)
    self:debug("uibutton1OnReleased")
    self:ChiamareTTS()
 
end
 
Ma ottengo sempre questa risposta:
[24.09.2020] [07:18:49] [TRACE] [QUICKAPP137]: UIEvent: {"eventType":"onReleased","values":[],"deviceId":137,"elementName":"button1"}[24.09.2020] [07:18:49] [DEBUG] [QUICKAPP137]: uibutton1OnReleased[24.09.2020] [07:18:49] [DEBUG] [QUICKAPP137]: ChiamareTTS[24.09.2020] [07:18:49] [DEBUG] [QUICKAPP137]: ChiamareTTS fine[24.09.2020] [07:18:52] [DEBUG] [QUICKAPP137]: error: "Operation canceled"
Do you have any suggestions?
it could be a port problem as shown in this post (I'm not very clear about the exposure): 
 
 
 
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