🎥 Video: Adding a Remote to a AVA OS Project

It’s quick easy to add a remote to an existing AVA OS project. Here’s how.


 

Transcript

Main Brain Required

For a remote to join a project, the project must be running on an AVA Nano Brain.

A remote cannot join a “Remote Only” Project, where the Project is running in Internal Brain Mode.

Remember that one of the several jobs of an AVA Nano Brain is to keep multiple remotes in sync.

 

Intro

I’m demonstrating with a Cinema Remote, but the process is similar for a Home Remote once you have enabled AVA OS on it.

From the initial screen, tap Begin.

The video skips a step here for joining Wi-Fi. Not interesting.

 

Google Account

At the Google Account screen, don’t create a new Google Account.

If you followed the guidance from the “First Setup” video, then you have already created a Google Account for this home.

Log in using that account…then update the AVA apps when prompted.

Choose whether to accept the license agreement, and allow AVA OS start up.

 

Join the Project

On the next screen, select Connect to Existing Project and then tap Next.

The remote scans the network for AVA projects.

Select the project. There’s normally just one in a home, but I have two for this demo so you can see what it might look like in your lab or showroom.

After you tap Connect, the remote links up with the Nano Brain and loads the project’s settings.

 

Remember: Installer Settings

But Hold it! You’re not done!

If you have any Flows for launching Android apps, make sure that you install those apps on the remote and configure them for how they need to work for your customer.

Also, remember that the Installer Settings on this remote are available on the remote.

If you normally keep the installer settings locked, don’t forget to do that.

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