Every time you connect to StellarMate, it sends a token that the App uses to login to the device. Sometimes, the App uses an old token whereas a new one was generated by the system. The solution is simple, just tap stellarmate again to force a re-login.
It's not wrong. INDI uses a different convention to represent longitude. Longitude is 0 to +360 increasing eastwards. For example, if you longitude is 80 West, then in INDI it is represented as (360-80) = +280
Usually this message is displayed when there is a communication error between your phone/tablet and StellarMate. Try to check the following steps:
Live Stacking image can be saved to the Tablet/Phone storage or photo gallery by clicking on the save button in the LiveStacking options as illustrated below:
Please note that the Live Stacking images are already saved to StellarMate internal storage and can be accessed via the View tab or via browsing SM shared network drive. All Livestacked images are automatically tagged with #livestacking tag so you can easily search for via the tag.
Please check the following suggestions:
While a view to the celestial pole is desirable, it's not strictly necessary. The App would work almost anywhere in the sky, prefereably closer to the meridian.
Yes. It is possible to do this by following these steps:
The Serial Number and Licence Key for the Stellarmate App are listed in the Licence Management page.
If you purchased StellarMate OS or StellarMate Controller before June 1st, 2019, then in order to use the StellarMate App you must download StellarMate OS v1.4.0+ and burn it to the StellarMate SD card.