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Sun, 16 Jul 2023, 08:41
spinal
Anyone got any name ideas for this?

I'm leaning on 'SMRTWTCH', as its a nearly smart nearly watch. Chat gpt suggests putting an X at the end because its futuristic

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Sun, 16 Jul 2023, 08:50
Jayenkai
I've gotten used to calling it SpinalWatch, if I'm honest.

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Sun, 16 Jul 2023, 12:16
Kuron
SPNLWTCH? Is my suggestion

ChatGPT suggests:

SpinalSense
SmartSpine
VertiTech
NeuralWatch
IntelliTime
MindBand
NeuroPulse
SynapWatch
CogniWrist
BrainWave

Sun, 16 Jul 2023, 12:28
Kuron
Going with my suggestion, I asked ChatGPT for a tad of help. I bolded the ones I like best:


If the watch was named SPNLWTCH, and the S stood for Smart and the P stood for programmable, what could the N and the L stand for?

If we consider the naming convention where "S" stands for "Smart" and "P" stands for "Programmable" in the name "SPNLWTCH," we can explore some possibilities for the remaining letters:

SPNLWTCH (Smart Programmable Navigational Lightweight Watch)
SPNLWTCH (Smart Programmable Notification Link Watch)
SPNLWTCH (Smart Programmable Navigator's Link Watch)
SPNLWTCH (Smart Programmable Networked Lifestyle Watch)
SPNLWTCH (Smart Programmable Nexus Link Watch)
**SPNLWTCH (Smart Programmable Next-Level Wearable Tech)**
SPNLWTCH (Smart Programmable Nano-Level Wrist Companion)
SPNLWTCH (Smart Programmable Neurological Link Watch)
SPNLWTCH (Smart Programmable Lifelogging Wearable)
SPNLWTCH (Smart Programmable Nexus-Linked Timepiece)


** denotes definitions for WTCH, as well. I do think that may be my fave as it opens it up to everything it could be capable of.
Sun, 16 Jul 2023, 13:30
spinal


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Sun, 16 Jul 2023, 13:58
Kuron

Sun, 16 Jul 2023, 14:15
spinal
Although the Smart, Next-Level and Wearable is a bit of a stretch at the moment

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Sun, 16 Jul 2023, 14:57
Jayenkai
The "TCH = Tech" bit makes the rest read as "Spanulwah Tech"

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Mon, 17 Jul 2023, 14:04
spinal
OK, using a non-code android app creator seems to be out of the question, I can't find any that support reading the notifications from your phone, so lets start with the basics....

Chat GPT 4 (one question per day)....

I need to create an app for androis that will connect to an arduino ble device and send it a text string. I have the arduino set up already with the followinf customer service and uuid.

BLEService customService("19B10000-E8F2-537E-4F6C-D104768A1214"); // Custom BLE service
// BLE String Characteristic - custom UUID, read and write permissions
BLEStringCharacteristic stringCharacteristic("19B10001-E8F2-537E-4F6C-D104768A1214", BLERead | BLEWrite, 128); // max 128 characters

I also gave it the local name of BLE.setLocalName("SMRTWTCH"); // Set device name

I have been told that using java in android studio is the only way to creat an android app that uses BLE. can you give me a step-by-step instruction set to create the android app that can connect to this arduino ble device and send the string "T2023:7:17:20:56:30". Please be as detailed as possible as I have never used java before, nor have I used android studio..



> Reveal 🔎


Here goes nothing...

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Mon, 17 Jul 2023, 14:06
Kuron
Good luck!
Mon, 17 Jul 2023, 14:15
spinal
aaaannnddddd....

Doesn't even compile a brand new project without any changes. Literally brand new empty project has 6 issues preventing it from compiling, how can people be expected to use an environment like this, when a blank project that does nothing wont even compile? This is going to take a while.

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Mon, 17 Jul 2023, 14:21
Kuron
Grrr!!!
Sun, 23 Jul 2023, 14:00
spinal
Well, today instead of coding something useful, I drew a 'not connected' icon.



I actually quite like it.

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Sun, 23 Jul 2023, 14:05
Kuron
Looks good to me!
Sun, 23 Jul 2023, 14:57
Jayenkai
Hurray for icons!
Do you think this is all going to fit onto a watch-sized thing?

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Sun, 23 Jul 2023, 15:08
spinal
Maybe with a smaller battery, the board I'm using is smaller than the screen, and looking at the breakout board for the screen, that only needs 2 capasitors and 3 resistors, so mounting that on a different board should be no issue (other than the tiny connector).

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Sun, 23 Jul 2023, 15:11
Kuron
Well, there are big smart watches. :c)
Mon, 24 Jul 2023, 15:58
spinal
Wasted some more time today...



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Mon, 24 Jul 2023, 16:19
Kuron
Damn, that looks great!
Mon, 24 Jul 2023, 16:48
Jayenkai
How is that a waste? That's awesome!
Wed, 26 Jul 2023, 05:09
spinal
hmmm, still struggling on the android app side. I can't even get a new empty oroject to compile inandroid studio. Not one of the 'no code' solutions allow reading of phone notifications. GadgetBridge might be possible if only I can figure out how to comuunicate with it. Another problem (probably) is that the ArduinoBLE library apparently doesn't support pairing a device with a passcode, you know, how all BT deivces work...

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Wed, 26 Jul 2023, 05:22
Kuron
WTF is the BLE library good for? *scratches head*
Wed, 26 Jul 2023, 05:29
Jayenkai
Bluetooth Low Energy

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Wed, 26 Jul 2023, 05:30
Kuron
I was meaning what is it good for if it doesn't support a BT standard like the passcode?
Wed, 26 Jul 2023, 05:31
Kuron
Anyway, I have faith in Spinal. He will get it figured out.

Wed, 26 Jul 2023, 05:32
spinal
BLE supports it, but isn't a requirement. Whoever wrote the Arduino library didn't add it simply because it's optional. That might not ba a problem though, but I can't figure out how the communications is happening with gadgetbridge.

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