My flower power is not measuring my soil moisture at all.
Any of you face this problem and know how to resolve this?
The other sensors are working fine (fertilizer/temperature/sunlight)
Thanks in advance!
Your case requires to be investigated by Technical Support, please contact http://parrot.com/hotline . Please share the maximum details available, serial number of the Flower Power, version of the app, version of the firmware, model of smartphone used to monitor your garde, version of the OS installed in the smartphone. Thank you.
After update 3.1.10 all plants and photos are mixed up, some plants are missing so I had to update all database. Do not switch to other plant. Ceased to respond to movement. Missing all but one of my plants. Photos of other plants are showing up under the one plant that is there.
....This app used to allow monitoring multiple plants with one device. As of today this is no longer possible. The company wants you to spend to the tune of $50 per device in order to monitor different plants as the app wont allow to program multiple plants to one device..................
I'm working on some project with Flower Power API and have found the documentation contains bugs...
Is it official docs? If no, where I can find the one?
If so, what about this method:
It's definitely wrong description...
Also, I've found a node.js module for this API: https://github.com/Parrot-Developers/node-flower-power-cloud/network
Not sure if it's official Parrot's module.
Among other methods, the module uses this one:
Which is not documented on the page and doesn't seems it's working "as is".
I'm just want to find a method which can tell me the latest "advices" for specific plant. (Need to moisturize or not yet and so on).
Thanks in advance!
The URL in the middle/grey column of the documentation page seems to be invalid (gives a 404 error).
Fortunately the URL in the right/black column (Python code) works (at least as of today 2016-06-03):