It managed to get into DFU mode.
After uploading latest firmware, I could connect to App loader and "Install default apps" worked just fine.
Now I can enjoy Bandgle.js again!
I pulled my Bangle.js from back of my drawer after a long resting.
App loader showed invalid json error so I tried "remove all apps" and "Install default apps" from About.
I also tried reset from settings.
After playing around with above impatiently, the watch now displays "Updating boot0..." and does nothing... for several hours by now.
I cannot connect to it from App loader... Have I managed to brick it?!
Any suggestions how to get back to normal?
Need to access SWD?
Thanks for trying out, MaBe!
Well, I originally had it in larger font size but it took too much width so I reduced to the current size.
Widgets work in fixed width and the Pedometer widget currently takes 48 pixels (= six letters in two times 4x6 font size) which I still hope to reduce further...
Yes, I'm aware of the swiss railway clock and it's been an inspiration for its simplicity and readability. I hope mine is still different enough.
By the way, I also made a couple of simple widgets:
Pedometer widget and Digital clock widget.
I just wrote yet another clock app, Bold Clock. I wanted it to be simple, readable and practical analog clock.
So it's drawn with thick lines and turn on LCD when "faceUp" event occurs.
You can install it from my github page (look for "Bold Clock")
or try it on emulator
There are still console log messages left for debugging. I'll iterate and may send PR if it deemed usable.
I have been looking for a programmable watch with heart rate monitor for long time. And I'm super happy to get hold of a beta unit.
I used to play around with Ruputer watch from Seiko which run DOS twenty years ago. Bangle.js reminds me of the exciting times ;-)
Very interesting to hear about your experience with TI. I hope they have learn lessons and are better now with CC3200/3100. At least they offer free IDE option now.
ESP8266 is indeed very interesting for its price. Although no hardware encryption, its MCU could be good enough to post tweets. There are quite a few discussion threads with mixed outcomes about SSL. I found these most informative:
Have to keep an eye on the progress.
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