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  1. Hi @GSC4Home, As we were evaluating the 3.0 development timeline there were certain features that had to be cut to ensure that critical functionality and overall quality was baked into our initial release. Unfortunately, "Dedicated Mode" was one of those features. Nobody likes when features are cut, including ourselves, but we felt that with the option to enable "Guided Access" (Enable Guided Access) on an iPad that our time would be better spent adding critical features that iOS doesn't provide by default. With that said, we're always sensitive to customer requests and if this is a highly-desired feature relative to other requests it may make a return.
  2. That’s good to know, glad you got it working. As an FYI for those of you using the Intercom Anywhere app you can double-tap the call timer on iOS (or long-press on Android) to see advanced call stats including packet loss percentage and call quality stats.
  3. Either way, here's an updated driver. It should work identically to the ST9 driver. Try sending the commands I posted above and if you get the correct output then everything should work. receiver_HT-NT3_Network_DriverWorks__Sony.c4z
  4. @Cartnj: Try typing the following commands. gSystemVolumeDisplay = "STEP" local tParams = {LEVEL="80", OUTPUT=1000} PRX_CMD.SET_VOLUME_LEVEL(1000, tParams) If you have the right driver, it should result in the following output ProcessVolumeLevel(level in=80, level out=40) PRX_CMD.SET_VOLUME_LEVEL(), volumeLevel_Step = 40
  5. I’ll check it out a little later tonight @Cartnj
  6. @timelinex, I wrote the Intercom Anywhere app for iOS and work closely with the engineer that wrote it for Android and I'm sure he'd be interested in this problem. Would you mind clearing the logs within the Intercom Anywhere app, reproducing the problem, then gathering the logs and sending them to me in a PM? We may not be able to fix it, but we might be able to point you in the right direction.
  7. @dinom and @Cartnj the updated drivers are attached. For whatever reason the documentation has been lost when I converted them from C4I to C4Z files (Sorry, I haven't written drivers for a few years). I'll pass the updated Lua code along to the driver team and hopefully they can put out an official fix. receiver_HT-ST9_Network_DriverWorks__Sony.c4zreceiver_HT-NT3_Network_DriverWorks__Sony.c4z
  8. OK great, this will be easy to fix. I'll create a new driver with the changes to get it working and I'll attach it to this post when I get done. Look for it in the next day or two. Thanks @dinom and @Cartnj
  9. @Cartnj Did that result in the UI showing 80 and the sound bar showing 40?
  10. Sorry, had a bad variable name in that one before last
  11. Ok @Cartnj, last one. gSystemVolumeDisplay = "STEP" local output = 0 local volumeLevel_Step = 80 local minDeviceLevel = 0 local maxDeviceLevel = 50 local volumeLevel_Conv = ConvertVolumeToDevice(volumeLevel_Step, minDeviceLevel, maxDeviceLevel) tVolumeSetCommandMap_Step[output].value = volumeLevel_Conv command = tVolumeSetCommandMap_Step[output] QueueCommand(command)
  12. @Cartnj: will you try changing the value of volumeLevel_Step to something under 50 and try again?
  13. After seeing the output from those Lua snippets I believe you are correct. This same driver template is probably used for their receivers as well which most likely do display in DB
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