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I have SensorTag cc2650 from Texas Instruments with their android app installed in my Phone. I am getting an exception while connecting IBM Watson IoT. It worked fine with quick-start service but gives me exception when I connect it to my registered service with Platform.

Working fine with quick-start:

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credentials that I have added in mobile App are:

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The exception that I receives:

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On IBM Watson IoT platform I have created device here is that:

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And this is screen-shot of IBM IoT Platform Dashboard:

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What is the issue? I read this recipe. There was procedure with screenshots for iOS but for android it was written that author will update android screen shots soon. but he hasn't updated yet.

I also set TLS optional security as mentioned in this post put issue still persists.

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I was able to solve it. Issue was resolved by following these steps:

  1. I create a new device with type ti-sensortag2 from IBM watson IoT dashboard. instead of with typeiotsample-ti-cc2650
  2. passed d:5j6cf4:ti-sensortag2:546c0e5301e1 in device id.
  3. Last thing that I rectified was to mention my organization id in broker id which I passed in app . So this came out to be my new broker id tcp://5j6cf4.messaging.internetofthings.ibmcloud.com

The new credentials for Cloud Setup in SensorTag app are shown in this screen-shot:

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after that I clicked push to cloud toggle button and it started sending data to my iot service:

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and I was able to receive data in recent events like this:

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