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App with some basic AutoAPI commands using HMKit with Bluetooth.
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README.md

Explore AutoAPIs

This is a sample app that shows a possible use case for HMKit. We connect to a vehicle/emulator via Bluetooth and send some commands like lock doors and turn on lights.

Requirements

  • Android 5.0 Lollipop or higher.

Dependencies

  • hmkit-android

Dependencies are managed via gradle repositories.

Install

After initialisation, the sandboxui module is loaded. All of the app logic is in that package.

Instrumented tests

The bluetooth and telematics commands are covered by instrumented tests. For them to work one needs to add his keys to androidTest/res/values/credentials.xml:

<resources>
<string name="accessToken">the vehicle access token</string>
<string name="deviceCert">the device cert</string>
<string name="privateKey">the private key</string>
<string name="issuerPublicKey">the issuer public key</string>
</resources>

Questions or Comments ?

If you have questions or if you would like to send us feedback, join our Slack Channel or email us at support@high-mobility.com.

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