Ok. This isn’t strictly the right place for this, but this is what you do:
Open the wiwo app.
If you haven’t done this already, click the + in the top right corner to add your allone. Click allone and then follow the instructions on screen to add your allone to the app.
Now go back to the device list screen, and swipe to the left along the white bar with “Allone” in it. This will make “add, advanced and delete” pop up. This isn’t an obvious thing to do and is easy to miss.
Choose add, name your device something like “fujitsu”, and click on device type and and choose air conditioner.
Click save in the top right. Now on the main screen, if you tap on the allone, it should bring up fujitsu underneath. Tap this and it will open the control screen.
If you tap the “on” button, it will pop up with a message saying “The Key didn’t learn ir code”.
Now hold down the "on"button for a few seconds. A new message will pop up saying the allone has entered the learning state.
Aim your fujitsu remote at the allone, and press the “on” button on it. Your allone will flash and the code for the on button should be learned. Test it by turning your fujitsu off and pressing the on button in the wiwo app.
Do the same with all the other buttons that you want to be able to use on the app.
This will get the conditioner working with the wiwo app. That will be ok, but at some point, you may think, hmmm, wouldn’t it be good if I could get the conditioner to turn on by itself when the temperature gets to a certain point? And if the orvibo can control my conditioner, what else can it control??
At which point, it’s time to start looking into openhab…