MQTT: Next device alarm

Use this Ariela MQTT sensor to trigger scenes / automations in Home Assistant based on the next scheduled alarm from your phone. In order to enable this functionality, go to Ariela -> Settings -> MQTT -> Sensors and enable Alarm sensor. Note that this functionality will need to have the Read more…

MQTT: Text to speech

Here you can find informations on how to use Home Assistant to start TTS instances on your Android device using Ariela. SETUP In order to enable TTS functionality, you will have to enable MQTT support in Ariela from Settings -> MQTT. Once you enable this functionality, open MQTT sensors and Read more…

Front / Back Camera streaming

Build in, Ariela support sending video data captured from front or back camera of your Android device. In order to enable this capability, go to Ariela -> Settings -> MQTT > Sensors and enable front , back camera. Note: Back / Front camera access requires CAMERA permission. If you do Read more…

Bluetooth

Ariela has build in Bluetooth device sensor, informations which can be send to Home Assistant to automate things when the Phone get’s connected to another Bluetooth device, it’s state changes etc or even detect device room presence based on the RSSI of other Bluetooth devices . In order to enable Read more…

Debug mode

Because Ariela must support so many versions of Android, so many versions of Home Assistant and configurations, there are cases when the application will not work as intended so issues like crashes, entities not shown etc could happen. In order to discover what the problem is, a debug mode was Read more…

MQTT Phone Call State

Ariela has a build in Phone Call State MQTT sensor. This means that once is enabled, this sensor will send to Home Assistant any change detected in the phone call state. For example, Home Assistant will be able to know when your device is in a phone call and you Read more…