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I purchased a Mediadroid-X, but it won't upload scenes.  It worked once, but now will not upload. I'm new at this and am just using it to play a video.  So I created a scene (I did click to make it an assignable scene), added one video to it, and it won't upload into the player.

When the controller loads it says the following:
App version: 5.0.4 (5.0.97)
Air Version:
Quality: High
Server Status: Polling every 60 sec (in yellow)
Watchdog  Running (in green)
Server URL: xxxx:// (xxxx because won't let me post with external links)
Business Name: xxxxxxxx
Station Name: xxxxx (it's correct and shows up on my Signage studio app for windows)
Campaign: None (in red)
Output: None (in red)

Also - from Signage studio it will say under "Last Status" Loading then goes to Not assigned.  There is a green dot under connection.

Not sure what to do.  Have turned it off and on, but that didn't seem to help.  Can't get anything to play from it now.  Thanks for your help.

mediaPLAYERS, Hardware and accessories / Watchdog and autostart
« on: October 23, 2019, 08:10:49 AM »
I bought an Android player through Amazon.  Here is the description:

COMPLETE AND SIMPLE DIGITAL SIGNAGE SOLUTION: Our XMPS1 Signage Player is a simple digital signage solution that connects to displays and powered by our cloud-based signage server. Our Design Studio lets you design, upload, edit, and manage content remotely anywhere, at any time.

Problem is that it will not boot with SignagePlayer running.  I noticed that the Watchdog app is not installed, but I can't find it on the Google Play Store.  Any suggestions?

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