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Originally Posted by coderus View Post
AsteroidOS happened?
Somehow, I actually liked the SailfishOS UI, it looks better/cleaner from the demo that they showed to us.
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Our best bet for a sailfish connected smartwatch is indeed AsteroidOS.

Kido and others made attempts to build an sfos client called Starfish.
It was in planning to release with 1.0 last Q2 but got skipped due to a nasty bluetooth LE bug (or sfos shortcoming?) regarding authentication.
Jolla is aware of the problem but last news from them are from pre summer.

So literally we (all) are waiting for jolla to give any new feedback to this bug or solve it, to have someone else do a Sailfish Sibling Watch for them (they could again build upon) including client. But even that ... is ... slow... currently and gives a hint on how high watches are on Jolla-priority-list.
My bet, someone else finds a solution before Jolla does
 

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Originally Posted by mosen View Post
Our best bet for a sailfish connected smartwatch is indeed AsteroidOS.

but got skipped due to a nasty bluetooth LE bug
My bet, someone else finds a solution before Jolla does
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Originally Posted by HtheB View Post
Somehow, I actually liked the SailfishOS UI, it looks better/cleaner from the demo that they showed to us.
I agree, it looked awesome.
 

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Some people have installed it on their smartwatches and it looks quite neat. Good job.
 

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AsteroidOS looks really promising. Is there any support for SFOS (yet)? Does it work well? Sadly it's about time I start to look for a replacement for my Pebble.
 

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Originally Posted by pexi View Post
Some people have installed it on their smartwatches and it looks quite neat. Good job.
How!???
It's not even released!?

Edit: Are you talking about Sailfish Watch OS or AstroidOS?
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