Great app, nice hardware!
Cannot stay connected long enough to get any data. Using Nexus 6 Phone with Android 7. Would not upgrade firmware to the latest. But worked with Nexus tablet. Also, upgraded to latest firmware using the tablet. Still cannot stay connected long enough when using Nexus 6 Phone. I ran nRF Connect. It can stay connected. When I run Thingy App I see GATT Connection timeout error 0x08 in nRF Connect. How do I change this timeout value to stay connected? Can connect via Web app. Increased connection parameters. Now the Thingy app takes longer to disconnect. Even though seems to stay connected for long but unable to read or write any data to the peripheral. Upgraded app to 1.2.0. With the exception of sound feature other options are working on Nexus 6 Phone.
This ran well for me in my Nexus 7 tablet and inexpensive MotoE, after the suggested firmware upgrade to version 1.1, which took f-o-r-e-v-e-r, at less than 1k/second transfer speed, but it did finally complete. Be patient, well worth the wait! Data collection is accurate, and there's an entire spectrum of data displayed. Seems to be open source both hardware and software. There are clear instructions on the web how to build application with the arm-gcc tool-chain. Very good learning experience overall, and therefore very strongly recommended.
Firmware update hangs or crashes. Menu items often don't respond, i.e., can only see the environment screen. Some environment values not shown, while others are missing in web interface.
Nice device and app. Needs a way to select a preference for units.
Nice app - the Thingy seems to be more robust and reliable than the SensorTag in my experience. A couple of things that are lacking in the Android app: - Fahrenheit option for temperature (only available on iOS right now) - Battery level indicator for the Thingy (this can be seen with nRF Connect app in a more manual method of checking the battery level). - Longer delay options for sensor readings (for cloud integration). - A humidity_update event option for IFTTT. I mention the longer delay for the sensor readings because I would like to feed data to IFTTT, but i don't need "real time" resolution. I am planning to look into a raspberry pi option for cloud integration.
Minor bug fixes and improvement related to delayed IFTTT notifications
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