@7daq0 Of course this is not needed to listen to music, but the implementation allows settings things up...:
- reading battery level
- setting audio mode
- setting in-ear auto detection
- setting for ANC-light mode

@7daq0 The support is already quite good, primarily based on the feature set of the original Bip, see it documented here: codeberg.org/Freeyourgadget/Ga

Latest improvements can be seen when you search for the commit messages:


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: blog.freeyourgadget.org/releas

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: blog.freeyourgadget.org/releas

@manuel I am not sure if such a conversion should be part of the app itself because the export format will largely vary between different parties. But feel free to explore this and provide a pull request in our repository: codeberg.org/Freeyourgadget/Ga

Data Import/Export is supported but you must prepare the data in the format that Gadgetbridge is expecting, see details in our wiki: codeberg.org/Freeyourgadget/Ga

@saba yes, this is required at this point. Most commonly you have to manually install the update already anyways.

0.58.2 is now on F-Droid. There is a bunch of improvements, including battery levels for 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 and , see a dedicated blog post: blog.freeyourgadget.org/add_gp


Reverse engineering a protocol and re-implementing takes a lot of time and effort and right now we are pretty "understaffed".

I try to maintain the App as good as possible but adding support for new devices is something I currently do not have enough time for (even though it can be fun)

0.57.1 is finally out on F-Droid, featuring significant updates for Fossil Hybrid HR and better support for Mi Band 6. Bonus bugfixes as usual!


This largely depends on how the communication is done and whether it is secured by some keys and so on. Please read our wiki ( codeberg.org/Freeyourgadget/Ga ), mainly the Support for a new device ( codeberg.org/Freeyourgadget/Ga ) and the New device tutorial (codeberg.org/Freeyourgadget/Ga ). It can be quite a bit of initial work to add support for a new device, but maybe it uses some protocol some other devices already do... this is hard to say.

We just tagged 0.56.2 with a lot of improvements, most notably for Fossil Hybrid HR, Huami devices and ! 🎉

Now waiting for F-Droid :blobnervous:

Full Changelog from 0.56.1 to 0.56.2 here:


@anonimno I do not think this is a LOS/Gb issue, but use the bugtracker [1] to report please if you still have this issue.



Sharing is still available, we have changed slightly those settings a while ago:

- enable/disable the 3rd party app data sharing - this has been removed from some devices where you actually cannot switch this off.

- Visible while connected (to make the device visible when connected to Gb)

See more details here: codeberg.org/Freeyourgadget/Ga

The long wait for F-Droid is over, 0.56.1 is finally available!

Among other minor changes, this release focuses on the Amazfi Neo, which got a lot of bug fixes and missing features implemented.

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