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Ben321:
I can download it here http://www.file-upload.net/download-11032220/FlirOneSDK.apk.html
And it works with my FLIR One (as well as having a simulator for if you don't already have a FLIR One). Now at the bottom, there's a picture of a camera, which I assume allows you to capture images. Problem is, I don't know where it saves them, and there's no settings menu in the app to pic a destination for the images.

Also, there's a streaming option for connecting to a server, but I'm not sure where to download the server software.

Any help with using this app will be greatly appreciated.

Ben321:
I managed to finally find the answer to one of my 2 questions. The pictures are stored in the Pictures folder which is located on the root of the SD card. But there's still a problem with it. It appears the version of the sample app I downloaded has a bug. It can only correctly capture in "Thermal Image" and "Blended MSXImage" modes. Using any other mode will cause it to automatically default to one of the previously mentioned 2 modes at the instant of taking the picture, then revert back to currently selected mode for viewing. This means I can't capture in "Thermal Linear Flux14Bit Image" mode which is the TRUE RAW 160x120 image (not the cropped 120x90 image upscaled to 640x480). It also means I can't capture in the "Thermal Radiometric Kelvin Image" mode which appears to be a mode that has AGC disabled so the brightness of the image doesn't fluctuate based on the brightest and darkest points in the image.
Would be nice if somebody edited the source code and fixed this bug in the sample app, and then reposted the compiled APK for me to download.

And I still can't figure out where to download a server program to receive the image stream when using the sample app in streaming mode. Streaming mode requires a TCP connection to a server that will receive the image stream.

tomas123:
Why do you open here a new post? Are you eager for informations?
This thread was correct for your question about my uploaded SDK sample:

--- Quote from: Ben321 on March 31, 2016, 11:58:07 am ---
--- Quote from: tomas123 on November 10, 2015, 12:44:04 pm ---Inside the android sdk app (see post above) there is an simulator which works without a real FlirOne.
http://www.file-upload.net/download-11032220/FlirOneSDK.apk.html

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When I press the snapshot button, where do the files get saved to?

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Ben321:

--- Quote from: tomas123 on March 31, 2016, 11:54:57 pm ---Why do you open here a new post? Are you eager for informations?
This thread was correct for your question about my uploaded SDK sample:

--- Quote from: Ben321 on March 31, 2016, 11:58:07 am ---
--- Quote from: tomas123 on November 10, 2015, 12:44:04 pm ---Inside the android sdk app (see post above) there is an simulator which works without a real FlirOne.
http://www.file-upload.net/download-11032220/FlirOneSDK.apk.html

--- End quote ---

When I press the snapshot button, where do the files get saved to?

--- End quote ---

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I just checked the other thread. You still haven't answered it in the other thread. I just hope you can fix the bugs I mentioned. If you actually compiled the first version of it yourself (the one you posted the link to), then you have access to the source code, and should be able to compile a fixed version of the app.

tomas123:
you can download the free SDK after an email registration and self compile the source code
http://developer.flir.com/getting-started/

I posted some source code modifications in this thread:
https://www.eevblog.com/forum/thermal-imaging/question-about-flir-one-for-android/msg803915/#msg803915

https://www.eevblog.com/forum/thermal-imaging/question-about-flir-one-for-android/msg820345/#msg820345


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