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One last suggestion. I not sure how many people are actually seeing this topic/posts here. You may want to start another thread/topic to get more eyeballs on it. Congrats on wanting to get away from android .


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Many newer devices needs bluetooth low energi (ble) to work and that is not possible on the n900. At least as far as I know.

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Originally Posted by xman View Post

it's never a guarantee, but you might want to provide links to source code or an api or something that would help and one thinking about making a program for this device. There used to be a software call open watch, which could be another start.
The version of Java for gadgetbridge is off from what is on the N900, the best bet is is to use it as a playbook for someone interested in writing a new maemo app.

As for bluetooth 4 LE on the N900 not sure if the hardware could handle that, but we know that nobody is writing a new driver for an old kernel without the ten year old NDA only specs being leaked.

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