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About this app

Broadlink RM controller are cheap controllers able to learn & retransmit IR and RF signal, making it possible to control several home appliances with ease.
However, it has never been possible to program and customized the experience outside of their proprietary Broadlink eControl apps.
Not any more! With this Tasker plugin, you can configure these RM Controller to work exactly the way you want it, when you want it.
Friendly APIs are provided for custom integration with whatever home automation system you are using.


☑ Compatibility
Compatible with Broadlink RM2, RM Home, RM Pro, RM3 Mini (BlackBean), SP2, SPMini, Contros, A1.
S1 & other sensors might by supported in future versions.


☑ Widget
This let you add a widget/button on your home screen to directly control Broadlink RM at a few simple clicks.


☑ Amazon Echo Integration
This app acts as a bridge between your Amazon Echo & Broadlink devices and let you control supported Broadlink devices with your voice. Simply enable this feature & tell Alexa to "discover devices".


☑ HTTP Bridge
This app acts as a HTTP Bridge and let you control your Broadlink devices via simple HTTP urls (a.k.a curl commands). API syntax are extremely user-friendly and well-documented right inside the app. It is now much easier to integrate RM device into your home automation setup.


☑ Android Wear
Trigger your devices & macros directly from your watch.


☑ 3G Bridge
You can control your Broadlink RM devices even from outside of your home WiFi network, as a Tasker plugin or a homescreen widget. You'll simply need to enable a Bridge device within your home WiFi network. Refer to screenshot and in-app FAQ for more details.


☑ Import existing data from Broadlink app
You don't have to painstakingly re-learn all the IR or RF you have done with Broadlink eControl app. This plugin takes data directly from Broadlink eControl app without you having to manual copy & paste anything. Once you're done with that, you can even uninstall Broadlink eControl app entirely.


☑ Free trial
You have 7 days to try out the unlocked version for free! Please download it separately from here: http://bit.ly/rm_trial


WARNING:
This app can be used both as a plugin in Tasker or a standalone app.
We do not officially support any other automation app except Tasker. We will not answer your support request related to apps like MacroDroid, Locale, etc.
Updated on
Apr 25, 2018

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Ratings and reviews

3.9
602 reviews
A Google user
September 19, 2019
I've had this working fine for almost three years, with only very occasional glitches. Of course it made everything look to Alexa like a simple on/off light switch, which is a bit limiting, but was usable with some workarounds. Now it doesn't work at all with Alexa - which may be due to an Amazon update - but it makes it useless to me.
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A Google user
June 2, 2019
I was using this app to link all of my Broadlink remote devices (TV, Amp, Sky Box and Household lighting) to various Amazon echo's that are scattered around the house and using Alexa for voice control. Unfortunately I ran into a few issues when adding a new generation amazon echo device. When scanning for new devices nothing new was getting detected. If this happens to you unplug all of your new generation Echo' devices and plug in an old one. Once that's done ask Alexa to discover devices again and all of your new devices should be detected and added. Amazon appear to have done something iffy with the new devices that blocks the ability for devices added via this plugin to be detected.
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