This sample shows how to use DHT11 + Arduino UNO + Raspberry Pi 3 + Thingworx Platform to connect Android Things with Thingworx.
On Arduino IDE, click on the "Upload" button.
On Android Studio, click on the "Run" button.
If you have everything set up correctly:
After running the sample, you can check that your data in ThingWorx Platform by running the service QueryPropertyHistory
Note: If the build.gradle isn't be update, the app will run offline and will not send sensor data to the ThingWorx Platform.
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