I can confirm that there is no 16bit overflow happening on the @gadgetbridge step counter 😎.
Proven with Xiaomi Mi Band 3. I wonder what happens at 100k on the band as it seems that there is only space for 5 digits.
#Gadgetbridge version 0.66 has been released and it has been in #fdroid for a few days by now. The main addition (besides two new supported ⌚ devices) is a nice integration between Fossil Hybrid HR and #OpenTracks - a popular FLOSS sport tracking application for Android.
Of course, this release contains also other improvements and changes, you can check out the full Gadgetbridge release blog post for more details here: https://blog.freeyourgadget.org/release-0_66_0.html
Each release is a celebration 🎈🎈🎈 of all the work and effort, here is another one for #Gadgetbridge 0.65.0 with Initial support for Amazfit Pop/Pro watch and for Sony WH-1000XM4 headphones
In order to keep alarms between Gadgetbridge and Amazfit Bip U in sync, reading alarm details (time...) from the watch has been implemented. This should also work on few other Huami devices, but we could only test it on the Bip U so far.
You can read the blog post for more details: https://blog.freeyourgadget.org/release-0_65_0.html
Some people wonder why is it useful to have support in #Gadgetbridge for things like wireless head/ear phones. See pictures of some of the screens provided to adjust parameters of these devices in Gadgetbridge. This allows us to not have to install yet another vendor specific app. Screenshots are for Galaxy Buds (the device card) and Sony WH 1000XM4 (device settings). There are also additional features like battery charts over time. See more details in our wiki: https://codeberg.org/Freeyourgadget/Gadgetbridge/wiki
It comes with support for Bose QC35 and Sony WF-SP800N 🎧 , for VESC NRF/HM10 speed controllers and with improvements for many devices like #InfiniTime , #BangleJS and other. See our blog post with more details https://blog.freeyourgadget.org/release-0_64_0.html
Thanks to the great work of our contributors, here is another version of #Gadgetbridge . Although being "just a dot" release 0.63.1, it is full of great additions and invisible but much appreciated fixes.
New 🔔 icon opens early version of Reminders, where you can set repeated alarms with a text label, like "Go for a walk!" on supported devices.
#InfiniTime got initial support for step counting (currently very limited by the device firmware).
#fdroid Page and Changelog: https://f-droid.org/packages/nodomain.freeyourgadget.gadgetbridge/
Did you know that #Gadgetbridge supports other devices besides smart bracelets? For example the Roidmi Bluetooth FM Transmitter/phone charger (versions 1 and 3 are supported) can be configured with Gadgetbridge to set the desired frequency on which it will transmit music player audio to you car radio.
#Gadgetbridge 0.63.0 is now out on #F-droid . It comes with several new features, fixes and also provides support for new Bluetooth devices, like Sony WH-100XM3 and Galaxy Buds Live earphones, and also for GBD-200 and BD-100 Casio watches.
On popular request, current activity data like steps or sleep is now displayed on the device card, for a quick glance.
See the blog post for more details https://blog.freeyourgadget.org/release-0_63_0.html
#Gadgetbridge 0.62.0 has been released
Time for an update 📣 ...this release is fixing a steps 👣 synchronizing issue that has appeared after the switch from DST back to normal time. Casio STB-1000 and Galaxy Buds 2019 are now newly supported devices . See a blog post with more details here: https://blog.freeyourgadget.org/release-0_62_0.html
#Gadgetbridge 0.61.0 is now available on F-Droid ✊
If you own Nothing Ear(1), you are in luck as this release is providing support for this true wireless earbuds. Also, if you long-wished for the Gadgetbridge notification filter to act as a white list, your wish has come true 🚀 and you can now set it this way. Blog post with more description of the 0.61.0 release is here: https://blog.freeyourgadget.org/release-0_61_0.html
Gadgetbridge 0.60.0 is out on F-Droid 🎉
This release finalizes work on supporting new Mi Band firmware/protocol, adds initial support for FitPro bracelets (another cheap brand of fitness bands), plus includes other bug fixes and improvements. See a blog post describing the changes: https://blog.freeyourgadget.org/release-0_60_0.html
#Gadgetbridge 0.58.2 is now on F-Droid. There is a bunch of improvements, including battery levels for #pinetime or a black background for Dark theme for better battery performance on some phones.This release also improves interoperability with sports tracking apps, for example #fitotrack and #opentracks , see a dedicated blog post: https://blog.freeyourgadget.org/add_gps_track_to_any_sports_activity.html
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