Monthly archives: October, 2019

ClearNode 1.11 for iOS – Dark Mode Support

This release implements support for iOS 13’s new Dark Mode. To align the interface with the Dark Mode requirements, we had to make a handful of changes that also affect regular or Light Mode. The main changes you’ll notice is the menu icons in the top bar of the app. Hopefully the changes will be self-evident.

73 … Gerry.

API 13 and RedNode 1.6.2 released

This is mainly a Support & Maintenance release to enable us better help new customers with their initial configuration. None-the-less, we recommend all users upgrade to these versions

To upgrade – navigate to the Node Details screen, in the Versions section tap the heading “RedNode Version” and accept the update.

73 … Gerry.

ClearNode 1.10 for Apple iOS released

Major enhancement to NodeHistory aka Add Connection screen – you can now search both the AllStar and Echolink active node lists using keywords – great way to find new world destinations for your ClearNode. Tap the search icon in the top right corner of the screen, enter your keyword, select AllStar or Echolink and search !

73 … Gerry.

ClearNode 1.9.4 for Android released

We had a collection of complaints from Android users with particular LG and HTC devices. Seems these manufacturers skin their versions of Android with some bizarre keyboard behaviors. After acquiring a test example, we think we’ve worked our way around the issues.

This update is recommended for ALL Android users – and, as ever, let us know if you encounter problems.

73 … Gerry.

ClearNode 1.9.3 for Android released

This brings the Android companion application up to the same level as Apple iOS and the RedNode API on the node devices. Audio analysis and USB Audio configurations are now supported.

This DOES NOT include the fix for the missing fields on some Android devices running Android Oreo. Hang in there – that will hopefully be later this week.

73 … Gerry.

ALERT: Android – Node Setup Bug

The current release of the Android ClearNode App (Ver 1.8.2) is failing when it executes the new node setup functionality on RedNode software versions RNH 1.5.2 and below.

Easy fix – before you exercise the setup routine in the Android mobile app – update your RedNode version to 1.5.2. In the mobile app, in the Node Detail screen, in the Versions section, tap on “RedNode Version” and confirm the update. Your node will update and reboot. Confirm that you are now on version 1.5.2 – then you should be good to go.

73 … Gerry.

New iOS & RedNode releases

RedNode API version 10 is released along with the supporting changes to the iOS ClearNode mobile app – now version 1.9. We’re working on the corresponding Android release – it will be announced here shortly.

The most significant changes are in support of USB Audio Analysis and Tuning. Check out the “Audio Tuning” page for more information.

73 … Gerry.