It is very difficult to understand what devices exactly are supported. I have an RM Pro + with serial number beginning with RM3322. Is this device supported? The fun2code setup site keeps telling me: "Learn Code: Error learning code: mac:34:ea:34:xx:xx:xx not Rmpro+" I used 10026 as device type.
This is pretty amazing (and techie) but it provides a very simple way to learn IR codes and recall the buttons using automation (if you can program in HTML and use wget or curl you'll love this app). The Broadlink eControl app is neat but I can't easily share it on all phones in the house and at 85MB installed size it's not the best fit (and it's worse on my spare iOS phones used for home control). That's where this RM Bridge shines. Docs are a little rough but much easier than most IR code tools (JP1 is one old example with a giant learning curve). Go to the websites they list, start programming up the short URL codes and write up a webpage now anyone in the house can click on my shared list of remotes. Only problem so far is my Android phone I use as a server seems to stop the HTTP server every day, I'll be trying it on an Android TV box or VM and might need to try a crontab entry to cycle it every day.
Just doesn't work with broadlink rm pro despite every setup tutorial saying I need it. For god sake broadlink get your act together. Your on to a winner if you could get off your butt and get it fixed
Seems cool. Just wish it supported more Broadlink devices... would obviate the RM Tasker plugin + Tasker apps (which supports almost all broadlink devices) or having to run HASS.io.
I wish it supported https for a little added security, but am downgrading from 5 to 1 star because it just stopped working months ago and I sent emails to get some ideas or support and never got a reply.
It's not working. I cannot access the address.
- Keyboard support: CTRL+S to open settings