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Topic # 239499 20-Jul-2018 20:25
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I know some medical research scientists who are using activity levels recorded on Jawbone devices to correlate against recovery times from surgical procedures.  The only hangup is that Jawbone as a company has shut down, and our devices can no longer sync.  Rumour has it that you can get step counts off the devices via BLE, without the need for a remote server.  This probably involves reverse-engineering the manufacturer's android app.  Has anyone out there done this before?  Can you help me extract some data from now-unsupported devices? 

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  Reply # 2059676 20-Jul-2018 21:44
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Much cheaper (and just released) and plenty of android apps that don't ned any xiaomi apps to ever be installed.

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