@Kanduras Great, it works!! Thank you very much You made my life much easier Now the set Atom/clickable really rocks!
@Kanduras thank you very much
Before changing the clickable plugin code following your instructions, I wanted to be sure the ssh connection was working but I didn't succeed yet. I also tried to generate again the ssh key and push it to the phone, but no joy up to now.
In the PC terminal, if I type the command
ssh phablet@<ip-address> (ip-address found typing
hostname -i in the terminal), I get an error message stating that the connection is refused on Port 22.
Any recommendation about how to fix that? I know ssh is very sensible with authorizing a connection and I believe I'm just slightly off the road....
@lduboeuf thank you for your pointer, it is very appreciated to understand how to set up the ssh between phone and PC. However, what I'm more interested into is how to "force" the Atom clickable plugin to compile via ssh wireless instead than do it in the "normal" way, i.e. by adb tools with usb cable, which is the standard behavior. According to what @AppLee said above, if I didn't misunderstand, he was able to change something in the Atom clickable code, enabling the ssh communication.
@AppLee would you kindly explain how did you manage to compile via ssh with the clickable plugin? I followed your instructions and got to look at its code but didn't find out how to enable ssh...it would be very nice for me also not relying anymore on the usb cable
@kristatos thank you for your nice advice: I already planned to implement labels but it is not at the top of my list, speaking for priorities.
In regards to your suggestion about the total data usage, maybe there is a misunderstanding, since the very last column already shows the total usage, you don't have to make a sum of each column, you just have to look at the last one to know how many MBytes you received up to the last day; however, I'm planning to add somewhere a cell with the total MBytes usage written in numbers, to be more clear.
just wanted to start a thread about my first app development job, to inform you I have made the heavy lift (hopefully!) for having most of the fundamental features in place to bring such a functionality to the Ubuntu Touch OS.
The link to my Gitlab repository page is: dataMonitor app, where it is saved the most up to date .click version 0.1.2 (in the folder /build/app).
The very latest commit is important because it is regarding fixing the bug about received bytes from the SIM connection not detected (wi-fi received data monitoring was working since the beginning).
I'd need some help to find out if it is working for you as it is working for me, but please bear in mind the app is UNCONFINED and runs a daemon on the background, so, you never know, better to install it, if you are willing to help, on a test device and not on a daily driver.
I also would like to use this thread to invite the UT community to share ideas and feature requests to improve this app and having it in a better shape to be eventually ready to be published in the OpenStore or integrated in the OS.
I was similarly involved and committed to help with the Linphone app developed by @CiberSheep and Brian and it was a great experience, very exciting and rewarding even if I didn't contribute very much at its development.
I started to work on this app because I felt a modern OS as UT cannot lack in this regard. Also, I read several times on this Forum and on Telegram about people asking for it or complaining for this lack; unfortunately, sometimes the reply to those people was that sure, the data usage monitoring app was missing in the UT OS but they could easily ask their SIM Provider to provide information as a workaround, which I felt a bit unhelpful and insufficient: I don't know your case but in my Country I cannot trust Providers, they are quite nifty so in my humble opinion it is very important to have the ability to monitor the received data on our own, to check on our Providers.
Thank you in advance.
P.S. here below some screenshots of the app running on my phone.
@prog-amateur It happens also to me sometimes on my Meizu Pro5. What phone version do you own by the way? The chinese version? To be sure on the model, if you turn around your phone, on the back side you should find written the model (mine is TD-LTE). Which channel are you on? Stable? Try also to move to a different channel - Stable, Release Candidate, Developer - to see if something changes (go to Settings->Updates->updates settings->Channels).
oh sorry @cunotj I just now realized you posted your question in the Off topic section, so it does make sense, my bad....Don't take it personally, every community member tries to reply to questions and help as best as he can, it is not a matter of lack of interest to your suggested topic, really....I wasn't of any help to you but advocatux and dobey gave to you an answer, so better than nothing See you soon again on this UT Planet
@cunotj hi, I read your post several times but I'm still not sure what you are really asking with it and how this is supposed to be related to either the UBports community or to the Ubuntu Touch OS...are you asking a general question? If so, I'm not able to answer to it, sorry....I used to be very into electronics some years ago and PCBs as well, but not anymore unfortunately.