This releases focuses on our migration away from AWS Messaging Services. By default, after you install the update for your Android device, your mobile app will start using “NVMQ” in favor of “AWS MQTT” for App to Node messaging.

This update requires that your nodes be at API Version 95 and RedNode Code Revision 1245 or better.

Also in the release is support for “Private Nodes” – an automated way of configuring your nodes that are on the same network so they connect to each other without complicated configuration in “rpt.conf”. You can find the option on the “Your Nodes” screen’s context menu.

We released the Android version first because the issues between Android and AWS MQTT were primarily what drove the migration – thus Android was the priority.

Apple iOS users – hang in there – we’ll get caught up hopefully next week.

73 … Gerry.