I set everything up yesterday and everything worked well.
I came back to it this morning but found the Android app very slow to start.
Initially it went to a completely white screen. Android told me the app wasn’t responding and asked did I want to close it or wait. I closed it and started again.
This time after a long minute or two the white screen went to a black screen with the Android status bar at the top. Again after a wait Android reported the app not responding. I opted to wait and soon it started.
It seems to me that the app wants to search and find a device before it brings up the opening window. Would it be better to start the app to a start window then press a button to search for connected devices?
I had shut-down the Pi last night and powered it up before trying to connect to it. It had fully booted before I tried to connect.
Once the app had opened, it showed my device I set up yesterday (that I had given a name) but said it couldn’t connect. It had found another device at the same IP address but said I needed to set it up (reload cayenne again) which I did. Why would it not recognise the device that was setup yesterday?
I went out and while I was away from my LAN I thought I would try to look at my Pi. It all worked well.
When I was back home I tried looking at it again and I got the white screen then black screen and eventually the app started.
Are these symptoms other people are experiencing with the Android App?
Is there something I should be doing differently?