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  • #5585 Reply

    Scott Sawyer

    It would be wicked awesome if I could pair my Mooshimeter with the watch on my wrist. No graphing needed, just the 2 channel value with out the need for my phone.
    Please, please, please someone write this app!

  • #8859 Reply

    Mitchell

    I would get a mooshimeter right now if it had this feature. I like the idea of it, but with Android wear, or even Pebble support, that would take it to the next level. I don’t know what bluetooth devices android wear can use, but even if a phone has to act as a middle man between the mooshimeter and a watch, it would still be amazing.

  • #9012 Reply

    Paul Hedderly

    All it would need would be some intents published and broadcast – so that for example Tasker could push readings to a pebble or wear using AutoPebble/Wear or similar.

    Any chance of a simple intent exposure in the app? I say simple, but have no idea how to do it :|

  • #14303 Reply

    Duane

    James has published a version of the mooshimeter android app which has very basic ability to send the meter reading values via broadcast intent messages. As always in first versions, there are some limitations and issues and this will probably not be the final version. So, for those of you who just can’t wait and with the understanding this may change, here is a link to the app https://github.com/mooshim/Mooshimeter-AndroidApp . Click the green download button, unzip, and then in the app folder you should find app-release.apk. Side load the app to your android phone and install.

    The Broadcast Intent values can be processed by any other app on the phone which has intent receiver capability. There is a global setting in the android app to turn this on. The global setting page is the same page used to set temperature readings to C or F. It is prior to connecting to the meter.

    You can test this out in Tasker using a Profile with Action: com.mooshim.mooshimeter.SAMPLE_INTENT Set up a Alert popup Text: Received %value %units Timeout (seconds) 2 . Taker can run in the background. The %value and %units come from both channels, but I ran into an issue on my phone where only CH1 was displayed most of the time and only occasionally was CH2 displayed. Also, the app cannot run in background. James is evaluating solutions to these issues. —Duane

  • #14309 Reply

    phedders
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    Pebble

    Quite excited about this. Many thanks Duane and James.
    I can confirm that I only seem to get channel 1 most of the time. Are you planning to send channel/value/unit multiple times or value1/unit2/value2 (plus maths/unit when appropriate :)

    Yes I need to change the AutoPebble font – and I will – but this is a great addition!

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