@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:

codeberg.org/Freeyourgadget/Ga

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

@lars

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!

@randy

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:

codeberg.org/Freeyourgadget/Ga

@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.

codeberg.org/Freeyourgadget/Ga

@anonimno

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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