General view and ‘General’ tab

  • 1. Choice of settings profile (enabled if 2 or more profiles are available).
  • 2. Settings sections
    • 2.1. Main settings for choosing the interface language and parameters of connection to the Smart Home system.
    • 2.2. Notification settings.
    • 2.3. Interface mode control.
    • 2.4. Advanced settings.
  • 3. Choice of application language.
  • 4. Choice of the type of connection to the Larnitech server.
    • 4.1. Local mode.
    • 4.2. Remote mode.
    • 4.3. Automatic determination of the connection mode (local/remote).
    • 4.4. Cloud connection (requires entering of the username and password)
  • 5. E-mail used for cloud connection.
  • 6. Password used for cloud connection.
  • 7. Access key used to get authorized in the Smart Home system (it has to match the key entered in the LT Setup panel).
  • 8. Creating a new settings profile based on the current profile (available in the engineering mode).
  • 9. Deleting the current settings profile (available in the engineering mode).
  • 10. Exiting the settings without saving the parameters.
  • 11. Exiting the settings and applying the set parameters.

‘Messages’ tab

  1. 12. Ticks (marks) in this column allow receiving information notifications.
  2. 13. Ticks in this column allow receiving notifications from the intercom.
  3. 14. Ticks in this column allow receiving important notifications.
  4. 15. Ticks in this column allow receiving critical notifications.
  5. 16. Ticks in this row allow receiving the local network notifications if the application is active.
  6. 17. Ticks in this row allow receiving the local network notifications if the application is in sleep mode.
  7. 18. Ticks in this row allow receiving notifications in the remote connection mode if the application is active.
  8. 19. Ticks in this row allow receiving notifications in the remote connection mode if the application is in sleep mode.
  9. 20. Do not show the messages about missed intercom calls.

‘Skins’ tab

  1. 21. Names of available skins.
  2. 22. The tick shows whether the current skin is connected.
  3. 23. Icons for changing the order of connecting the skins.

‘Advanced’ tab

  1. 24. Not used, only for developers.
  2. 25. Not used, only for developers.
  3. 26. Turns on the engineering mode (grants access to extended functions and system elements).
  4. 27. Turning on UPnP support to control the media devices.
  5. 28. Automatic downloading of the current playlist to the media point (otherwise when the media point is connected, the user will be presented with a choice: whether to use a local playlist or the media point playlist).
  6. 29. UPnP renderer activation (allows accepting the commands to play the media files in the application).
  7. 30. Turns on the control elements touch sounds.
  8. 31. Turns on the control elements vibration.
  9. 32. Turns on full screen mode (notifications panel and navigation panel are hidden).
  10. 33. Turning off sleep mode.
    1. 33.1. The application can go into sleep mode.
    2. 33.2 The application cannot go into sleep mode.
    3. 33.3 The application cannot go into sleep mode while a charging device is connected.
  11. 34. Automatic dark screen (in this mode the application does not go into sleep mode; it stays active while the screen goes dark).
  12. 35. Local connection type.
  13. 36. Optimization of internet traffic for low-speed internet connection.
    1. 36.1. Optimization of traffic is always off.
    2. 36.2. Optimization of traffic is on while the remote connection is in progress.
    3. 36.3. Optimization of traffic is always on.

‘Audio’ tab

  1. 37. Supported hardware algorithms for echo cancellation on the current device.
  2. 38. Software algorithms for echo cancellation
  3. 39. Acoustic delay in milliseconds for the echo cancellation system.
  4. 40. Turning on dump recording for analysis of echo cancellation delay.
  5. 41. Determines the recommended echo cancellation delay after the recorded dumps are analyzed.
  6. 42. Not used.
  7. 43. Switching between the speakers of the current device while the call is in progress.
    1. 43.1 The loudspeaker is on.
    2. 43.2 The loudspeaker is off.
  8. 44. Speaker volume during the call.
  9. 45. Microphone sensitivity during the call.
  10. 46. Information about the application and the current device.