Sensorware on Win 10 !?


#1

Any news for Windows user ?
Still got V3 firmware on my sensors, because I don’t have an Apple device and my Android devices are not compatible/ too old for sensorware for Android.


Windows 10 Sensorware
#2

You should be able to download the new version of the app for Android now, we’ve removed some restrictions.


#3

For example, an iPhone 4s, which you could use for updates only, costs about 35€ with shipping on eBay:
https://www.ebay.de/i/182783836375

There are also compatible android smartphones for an even narrower thaler.


#4

Still doesn’t work on my Android devices.
I don’t need and I don’t want any Apple device and I don’t need any high performance Android phone.
Freedrum was announced for WIN10 too and I can play, that’s fine.
I just need an application to update the sensors.
Don’t get me wrong - this is no offense.
But WHY should I buy any additional hardware, when the Freedrum sensors were announced for WIN10 ?
So I simply asked if there will be some Sensorware for Windows in the future. :slight_smile:
If not - I may need to buy an old IPhone 4.
But why should I, when a WIN application is in work ? :wink:
Thanks for your replies anyway.


#5

I’m with you. I just thought in case you want the update now, I’ll show you an alternative way :stuck_out_tongue:


#6

@HeidisGrandpa Maybe you have someone in your family or a buddy, who might have a compatible device and makes it available for you to update the sensors - that would be a possibility.


#7

Yep, thank you for your suggestions.
I’m aware of all of this.
I really just want to know if the devs are working on an application for Windows or not.
I don’t need help to find alternative ways to update my sensors.
Again : your try to help is appreciated anyway. :slight_smile:

I’m sorry that I didn’t make that clear.


#8

Yeah, Win10 is coming! Meanwhile, one possibility is to use MIDI commands directly, you could even manually edit a .mid file with all commands required to config for example a foot sensor, connect freedrum to you DAW and just play that file, using freedrum as an output device. Yeah, sounds a bit complicated, but it’s a pretty neat approach if you ask me :slight_smile:


#9

Indeed. :smiley:
I’ll wait for the application.
Thanks, August. :slight_smile:


#10

Any news ?
Still waiting patiently. :wink:


#11

#12

We have been tinkering with Windows version. We can not promise anything but it looks to be moving in the right direction. :slight_smile: