Firstly, thanks for the work to keep WallPanel going!
I’ve got a Home Assistant setup for which I’m using WallPanel as an alarm/status panel. I’ve been using it on a 5th gen Kindle Fire (old kids’ tablet no longer in use). I’ve been finding that after a while (12-36 hours) it seems to exit out and I have to hit the power button to wake the tablet back up/get back into WallPanel.
I’d assumed that was due to the dusty FireOS and relatively low memory available of such a vintage tablet, or perhaps the random Amazon notifications I’d still get through it. I actually picked up another Fire of the same vintage (to fit my wall mount), rooted, and installed a Fire Nexus rom build for something a little leaner. I got WallPanel going on it, and…I still have a similar problem with it dropping out.
I’m configuring it to monitor my hadashboard, sign on to MQTT for audio alerts (Door chime, voice notifications, etc), and have the clock screensaver active. I do have the camera enabled - motion detection to turn off the screensaver works great when it’s still running.
Is there any log information I can get at to tell why it’s crashing or exiting out? If not, any ideas how to debug such a thing? I guess getting set up for a local build & just running it with ADB attached to see if it reproduces – just thought I’d check if there was a better route before going there.