I had the same issue and got it working as explained here Pipup
I install pipup on my Philips Android tv and on Homey
Also restart tv but after testing I see nothing to pop up
What do I wrong ?
U will have to give the tv some rights in the settings of the tv itself. Dunno which one atm but something with the app permissions. Like also stated here.
it works! It was hiding in an weird menu
Great app, worked immediately on a Philips 55OLED803 (Android 8). Thanks!
Thanks, that did work for me on my Nvidia Shield.
Could you please introduce support for the Norwegian special letters Æ, Ø and Å?
And line breaks?
Where you find it? I have a same problem. Philips LCD Android TV
Dear @Adrian_Rockall Thank you very much for the instructions, it worked! This was very helpful, but not the easyest way
Not working for me. Using NVIDIA shield running 8.2.2. Installed Pipup on client and rebooted shield. Nothing happens when initiating flow
Edit: Ok working after doing some more research and running the ADB command - i got it working! Is it possible to make this a little more user-friendly and embed the required permissions as part of the PipUP Android App?
WOW, this is a cool app
What cameras / doorbells are working with video link?
Im total new to homey, but could read that some cameras could not send video to Pipup
As far as I know homey supports only snapshots. There are several apps for different camera’s to make snapshots. I.e. camera’s connected to Synology Surveillance are capable of this. These can be send to PipUp
That is correct. BUT: With PiPup u send the video to ur tv, straight from the streaming url from ur cam. So has nothing to do with Homey handling video streams or not. Ur cam must have a live ( MJPEG) video stream to send it to ur tv. Maybe find ur cam here.
Well, that will be very personal. I have great experience with Foscam meself.
I have looked a little on Netatmo / Ring / Arlo camera, but I do not know if they send (MJPEG) video stream
Eufy is working fine
Do I need the base station or will it just connect directly via Homey?
Yes you need a base station for working the doorbell