How to install Torque’s new API on your Raspberry Pi (TechRadar) This tutorial will show you how to install the Torque SDK on your Pi and then set up a bot.
There are plenty of tutorials for this sort of thing online, but it’s especially helpful if you’re using your Pi as a remote desktop, and want to automate some of the things you’ve done before.
If you have an older Pi, it may be worth checking out this guide.
If not, you can still install the SDK on a newer version of your Pi, though you’ll need to re-boot your Pi.
The tutorial will also show you the steps to set up Torque, but before you do that, make sure you’re logged into the Raspberry Pi with the same username and password you used to install it.
You’ll need those credentials for later steps.
Launch the Torquebox app.
Find the “bot” tab.
From the Bot section, choose “Install from disk” and hit “OK”.
Now you should be able to see a folder named “Torque_sdk_setup” in the root directory of your RaspberryPi.
Double-click it to get the latest version of the SDK, which you can find in the Torq app’s “Downloads” section.
If everything’s working correctly, the app should automatically download and install the latest Torque release.
If anything goes wrong, just double-click the app again and it should install everything again.
Next, install the RaspberryPi’s API key from a web page.
Open the API keys in the RaspberryPig app and click “Manage API keys”.
On the “API keys” tab, click “Add”.
Give your API key a name and click the “Add” button.
Your API key should be listed as a key type.
Enter a name for it, and click OK. 11.
Click “OK” to close the “Managing API keys” window.
Open your RaspberryPigeons app and find “Tuner”.
You’ll see a list of the channels on your phone or tablet that it’s broadcasting.
Click the “Tune” button to turn it on. 13.
Now, you’ll be able, once again, to listen to Torque.
Just press the “Play” button in the top right corner to start playing music.
You can also use the app’s volume slider to control the volume level.
To start listening to music, just hold down the “play” button on the screen.
If it starts to play, you’ve just tuned in to Torquevo’s channel.
If Torque isn’t showing up, try opening the TorQ app again.
The app will automatically reconnect if you try to start it again.
Now the best part: Once you’re tuned in, you just need to say “Play”, and Torquq will automatically play whatever you want.
You may want to say the same thing every time you tune in.
If the song isn’t working, just wait a few minutes, or you can download a new song.
If that’s all you have, then you’re ready to install a few more things to the app, such as the API key.
The Torque app will download all the needed files for you.
You should also check out this tutorial on how to configure Torque for your RaspberryPad.
You need to install this in order to make use of the new API key, so do that first.
The final step is to set Torque up for use as a web server.
Open up the Torques app, and navigate to “tuner” on your browser.
In the menu, click on “Configure”.
Select “Enable Torque as a webserver”.
Click on “OK”, and then click “Apply”.
The server should now be running.
You’re now ready to use Torque on your website.
If things don’t work out, just open up the app and start watching the videos again.
Now if you want to listen, just say “OK, listen”.
You don’t need to have an API key in order for the Torquestv app to work.
If there’s an API code in your app, it’ll download it and display it on your home page.
You could also download a code from a website that you’ve visited and paste it into the “tune in” box.
If this is the case, then the app will start streaming music to your browser whenever you visit the site.
If all is well, you should see Torquetv playing music whenever you start Torque again.
If your app doesn’t show up in the home page after 10 minutes, try installing the Torqueras API key again.
You will be asked for the password for the account you