• This is great news, thanks Gordon for the work in Gadgetbridge!
    I already played with the ble-gateway on a esp32 for a smarthome-control-app but always had problems with coverage in my house. Over the phone should be much more reliable.

    So I tried via Intents and an Android-App called "Broadcast to MQTT" but I only get one out of 10 messages arriving in this app. My watch is in 10-20 cm distance to my phone.

    Can anyone guess what could be the problem?

    Or is BLE in general as unreliable as I'm experiencing, so I would have to build a repeat-function on the bangle and then merge duplicates together on nodered? Or is there a possibility for a Callback (seems like global.GB = (event) => .. is currently not called with intents) to verify that gadgetbridge has recieved the message.

    Below my test-code for my bangle2 :

    var Layout = require("Layout");
    var layout = new Layout( {
      type:"v", c: [
        {type:"txt", font:"6x8:2", label:"A Test", id:"label" }
    }, {btns:[
      {label:"One", cb: l=>httpCall("One"),  cbl: l=>httpCall("One long press")}
    ], lazy:true});
    var counter=0;
    function httpCall(){     Bluetooth.println(JSON.stringify({t:"int­ent",action:"com.sonyericsson.alarm.ALAR­M_ALERT",extra:{key1:"asdfas",}}));
    function setLabel(x) {
      layout.label.label = x;
    global.GB = (event) => {
       if(event.t == "intent"){
            E.showMessage(event.resp +"from MQTT");
         E.showAlert("Event was: "+event.t);

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