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Tx

Member since Mar 2020 • Last active Oct 2021
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  • in Bangle.js
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    Yes, I did. Finally moving to Kubuntu 21.10 did it. Thank you for the help!

  • in Bangle.js
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    Otk, there seem to be two seperate problems. One with Kubuntu. The other problem is obviously the Bangle.
    What I tried now: I charged my second Bangle and connected it without any problem to the IDE and App Loader. The first Bangle still does not want to communicate properly.

  • in Bangle.js
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    Thank you for the hint. I tried this but there was no change.

  • in Bangle.js
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    Yes and reinstalled BT. The Bangle can be accessed from my phone, but it looses erratically connection. It the one I discussed here already: http://forum.espruino.com/conversations/­368381/#comment16201131
    I tried also firmware v2.09 an v2.10.
    I'm at the moment not shure whether it's Bangle or PC which causes problems. The Chrom(ium) problems are strange.

  • in Bangle.js
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    Hi Gordon,
    thank you. I previously made some experiments with Node.js/Noble/Bangle which did not work (stuck on discovery while WebBLE did work). But this had not affected WebBLE.
    Today it is not working anymore. The strange thing was that I had to enable experimental "Use the new permissions backend for Web Bluetooth" in Chromium which is -as far as I remember new- before I even got offered WebBLE in the IDE.

    I restarted, un/reinstalled BT and Bluez and it is working with other devices.
    In Chrome I don't even get a yellow connection button though experimental features are enabled. In Brave the IDE does not offer WebBLE. I got no more idea now.

  • in Bangle.js
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    Hi,
    I'm facing a strange problem with WebBLE with Chromium running on Kubuntu. The device is visible and can be selected but the IDE does fail to connect to the Bangle v1. The browser log states:
    either:

    " No Services matching UUID 6e400001-b5a3-f393-e0a9-e50e24dcca9e found in Device.".
    

    or

    >>> Connecting to Bangle.js 3f8a
    index.js:92938 BT>  Device Name:       Bangle.js 3f8a
    index.js:92938 BT>  Device ID:         oyJbQyUewHuu3x2K3MAQUg==
    index.js:92938 >>> Connected to BLE
    index.js:92938 BT> Connected
    index.js:92938 BT> Disconnected (gattserverdisconnected)
    index.js:92948 [notify_error] Connection Failed.
    (anonymous) @ index.js:92948
    error @ index.js:94178
    (anonymous) @ index.js:99634
    (anonymous) @ index.js:95425
    closeSerial @ index.js:96412
    btDevice.addEventListener.once @ index.js:96351
    index.js:92938 >>> Connection Failed.
    index.js:92938 BT> ERROR: NetworkError: GATT Server is disconnected. Cannot retrieve services. (Re)connect first with `device.gatt.connect`.
    

    The app loader logs "NetworkError: Connection failed for unknown reason.
    ui.js:86 [error] Device connection failed,".

    Has anyone an idea on this?

  • in Bangle.js
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    Neat. My app will be ported to v2 tonight ...

  • in Bangle.js
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    You'd be surprised that even the computer you're using has an opaque, second "brain" that >nobody except the manufacturer has any idea of what it's doing (maybe even tracking you?) >https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_Mana­gement_Engine

    I know what IME is and this problems also applies to NICs. But how should the Bangle watch screen firmware communicate with the internet? Even BT firmware can't do it.

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    In my opinion you can't get more safe with a connected watch than with this. Of course a mechanical watch is the safest one :-)

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