I have an WG796E WiFi and I have looked into the settaggi array
When moving to a zone to start working
After moved to zone and started working
The 16th bit is 1 when it's going home but it looks like it uses it for moving to a zone also?
- Maybe the right way to "read" the 16th bit is "Following line" or something?
I'll guess it uses it in combination with some of the other bit or bits when it's moving to a zone, next thing to find out.
Might be interesting, but I'll guess you already know this.
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28 sep 2017 15:49 #107
Does anyone know the command to reset a Landroid via HTTP?
If it fails to park, i.e. to reach the charging station, mine is dropping to 'idle' status.
To send command (settaggi) 11 (or any other 1-30) does not make it move.
Now I'm looking for the command to reset it to make it retry parking or mowing without that I have to physically reset it.
3 dec 2017 18:52 #108
I have the American model 794e but it doesn't have wifi. It's currently thought that it uses the same firmware add the European version with wifi. The difference is thought to be dip switch settings, the wifi module, and the firmware. I would love to have someone to post a picture of the dip switch settings, and wifi module hopefully showing numbers and brand name to identify the wifi module in hopes that it can be added on at home.
12 aug 2019 14:10 #109
I recently bought a used Landroid WG796E.1.
One of the first things I did was to update the firmware to the latest version: 5.21.
I am unable to access the .cgi endpoint as well as /js/app.js.
I am however able to ping the ip-address.
Has there been some changes in the firmware to prevent access?
13 aug 2019 07:56 #110
I'm gonna think about downgrading the firmware to allow some custom local stuff. But on the other hand, the new app is pretty useful...
19 aug 2019 08:20 #111
If I understand this correctly: When I update my WG796E.1 to the latest firmware:
1. I lose local access and the current phone app stops working.
2. I need to use a new cloud based app, but which has more features.
Is it this app? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=it.positec.landroid&hl=en
Is it worth it?
27 aug 2019 16:01 #112
1. Yes, the latest firmware uses an encrypted connection to "the cloud".
2. Yes, I'm on iphone so I use this app: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/worx-landroid/id1350731032
27 aug 2019 16:03 #113
I have found this project: https://github.com/virtualzone/landroid-bridge
It connects to your Worx cloud account and pulls info. It can display it on a local webserver or publish it on a local MQTT-server. This makes it possible to collect data (InfluxDB perhaps) and to show info on your home automation system, like Home Assistant.
I've just tested it quickly, I'll do some more tests on my server and to see if it's usable.