Share My Creation Create a real device recognized by Alexa (Echo)

Alberto Iglesias

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But first, let me keep doing well this library and continuing updating sending to me some coffee.

If you understand that my work is worth $10 .....



Contact me if you need to create any libraries for: B4A, B4i or B4R
Email: alberto@vnsoft.es



Instructions:

**Step 1:**

Install the FauxmoESP library through Sketch del Arduino: search for fauxmoesp by Xose Pérez, my library uses the resources of this.




**Step 2:**

Copy the library for your library folder, my folder is this, I use Aditional Libraries, as soon as I copy it, refresh in the list next to it should already appear







**Step 3:**

You are read to use the example: Sample.zip (inside the .zip file)



HAPPY CODING BUT NOT FORGET TO BUY ME A COFFEE!!!
 

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Carlengue

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Hello Alberto, where can i download the rAlexa library. And what is Captive Portal that use rCaptive library?. Thanks
 

Laurent95

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Hi Alberto,
Congrats.
Very interesting !!!

EDIT: Deleted some quotes not needed

**Step 3:**
You are ready to use the example: Sample.zip (inside the .zip file)
Unfortunately no, the Captive library is missing, where can she be hidden ???
Ok Alberto, can you post here the missing files.
Thank you.


EDIT : Done, i found this for rCaptive : Your thread

Have a nice day all.
 
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Alberto Iglesias

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you can download from this post:


but to use alexa, you dont need this, is just use you normal way to connect to wifi, the captive is easy way to not put hardcoded the wifi credentials
 

Laurent95

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you can download from this post:


but to use alexa, you dont need this, is just use you normal way to connect to wifi, the captive is easy way to not put hardcoded the wifi credentials
Thanks, corrected my post during you posted the reply :p
And yes i was supposed that rCaptive is not really needed if we use the usual way to connect to Wifi.
 
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