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Wear for Locus Map / Re: Wear for Locus Map beta testing
« on: May 04, 2018, 13:29:07 »
My problem (see 4 above) did not go away. After a phone reboot the Wear-for-Locus app/service now has an active "force stop" button in the app details, but that did not help either.

How can I debug this? Why does the Wear OS Locus app always say there is no connection?

(Wanted to use for a mountain hike, even as I guess an absolute altitude field is still missing?)

Update: I set back the watch to factory defaults and re-connected/installed everything. All other things looked identical before and after that, but finally Locus on the watch can be started again.

Had a short look into the code from github before, it was the "middle" connection error message, the one associated to the API not delivering any "node" with status "nearby" (just from what can be read there, do not know anything about it). As I said, any other locations told me "connected" (like the watch settings or the Wear OS app on the phone).
Somehow Wear OS seems not really stable..

Update2:
In the mountains, the map on the watch is very useful.
You can have a look at the track at any time, without getting/opening/unlocking the phone - also saving energy there probably (Bluetooth costs less than screen I guess).

Having the possibility to see the time on the map would be nice. So you do not always have to switch to the watch face for that (and then back). On the other hand, it is probably a good idea to not have the map open all the time - a Wear watch just does not have the endurance for a 8 hour activity.
And of course everything could be a bit smoother / faster / responsive - if it could.. Seems the hardware that is faster and needs less energy lies a few years in the future..

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Wear for Locus Map / Re: Wear for Locus Map beta testing
« on: March 26, 2018, 23:32:49 »
@skwal
oh, sorry about the red cross, that should not be there when auto-centered. Should be fixed in about 2 weeks when new Locus Map version comes out..

No Problem. But you did not say that is now possible to move the red cross over the map on the watch....  :)
made a 5hour test ride today, map always turns in the right direction


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Hello Milan

Thanks for the very fast help. With the update locus map works again on my smartwatch.
Locus Map is a great software and the support is exceptionally good and very fast
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Wear for Locus Map / Re: Wear for Locus Map beta testing
« on: March 22, 2018, 10:10:37 »
Hello Milan

Thanks for the very fast help. With the update locus map works again on my smartwatch.
Locus Map is a great software and the support is exceptionally good and very fast
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Wear for Locus Map / Re: Wear for Locus Map beta testing
« on: March 22, 2018, 07:56:27 »
Hallo
ja, es gibt keine Nachricht  auf der Smartwatch wenn ich locus map pro starte .
Bei der Initialisierung von Lucus map werden im Initiallisierungsfenster alle
Andere Apps, z.B. outdooractive funktionieren auf der Smartwatch sehr gut.
Kann ich die beiden Vorgängerversionen (lucus map pro und wear für locus map)  herunter laden um zu testen ob es wirklich am Update liegt ?
Hier habe ich ein Video abgelegt:  http://wollisgeocaching.de/20180322074901.avi

Hello
yes, there is no message on the smartwatch when I start locus map pro.
When Lucus map is initialized, all of them are initialized in the initialization window
Other apps, e.g. outdooractive work very well on the watch.
Can I download the two previous versions (lucus map pro and wear for locus map) to test whether it is really on the update?
Here I have a video filed: http://wollisgeocaching.de/20180322074901.avi
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Wear for Locus Map / Re: Wear for Locus Map beta testing
« on: March 21, 2018, 14:35:00 »
Casio WSD-F20 report

1. Zoom +/- with button works fine. Thank you.
2. Stable application is okey.
3. How does auto-rotate function work?
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Wear for Locus Map / Re: Wear for Locus Map beta testing
« on: February 21, 2018, 18:12:48 »
I had a first ski day recently. For this activity (skiing) the map is not too very helpful. It simply is very small - but at least it was mostly too close (zoom) for me. Or is the default zoom according to what was last selected on the phone? Then I think it should not be the "same pixels" as on the phone, but about the same area covered (with less resolution) - so you have the same overview. But other people may think different, so it should be configurable.
Zooming out was quite tedious, often not recognized, or activating the wipe-down (maybe locate them left and right?) (I have a Fossil Q Explorist). And of course is not too fast - maybe the reason why the usual pinch-to-zoom is not supported?

More than the map I would have liked the dashboard - but as said would be interested in some more/other values like absolute altitude, max speed or (when wearing belt) HF rate.

So looking forward to tap more of the full potential soon  :)
Thanks for reading.
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Wear for Locus Map / Re: Wear for Locus Map beta testing
« on: January 12, 2018, 22:31:34 »
Hello,
this definitely looks like a problem in Locus Map itself, not an add-on. I'll check it, thanks.

yes, the overlay in the app is also not correct
on some positions it shows the correct overlay, on other positons lines which are to thick to see anything and on other positions it shows nothing.

tested the wear app 18 hours this week. not only one problem.
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Wear for Locus Map / Re: Wear for Locus Map beta testing
« on: January 12, 2018, 15:08:57 »
Hello,
this definitely looks like a problem in Locus Map itself, not an add-on. I'll check it, thanks.
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Wear for Locus Map / Re: Wear for Locus Map beta testing
« on: January 11, 2018, 13:58:23 »
made a short test...

Made a short test too, with my fresh Sony SmartWatch3, so I just begin to discover this "Wear for Locus Map beta application", and Android Wear itself !   :)



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Wear for Locus Map / Re: Wear for Locus Map beta testing
« on: January 08, 2018, 22:42:41 »

i´m usung the sony sw3
working great. and you can get it really cheap when you buy used
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Wear for Locus Map / Re: Wear for Locus Map beta testing
« on: January 07, 2018, 13:33:18 »
Does somebody knows if the Xiaomi Amazfit "Pace 2" and "Pace 2S" watches are (will be?) 100% OK for this purpose...?





just check for android wear. so No


Testet the newest versions many times: no crash at start and no other problems. just working.

My only whish: rotating map on the watch.
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Wear for Locus Map / Re: Wear for Locus Map beta testing
« on: January 04, 2018, 11:50:45 »
>> I suggest that you choose a watch what best fits your requirements (functionality/looks like etc...) and then you can ask it here may someone has experience with that watch with Locus.

As an ex-Casio watches addict, but living now (and happy) with a (not-Android-wear) Garmin fenix 2, one I should consider attentively among some others is this under...



Anyway, see under a very satisfying LocusWrist solution ;)

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Wear for Locus Map / Re: Wear for Locus Map beta testing
« on: January 04, 2018, 10:29:37 »
@sbouju

I think there is no "the best suitable models for Locus". The addon can run on newer and on older devices too. I have Samsung Gear Live (it was released in 2014) and the addon works fine for me.
There is no special requirements for the watch because this addon is only a visual extension of the phone applicaton. It doesn't use any special hardware of the watch (eg. hearth rate/gps etc...) it shows only what the phone collected.
I suggest that you choose a watch what best fits your requirements (functionality/looks like etc...) and then you can ask it here may someone has experience with that watch with Locus.
The only thing what I would consider if bought a watch the hardware buttons. In my experience the touch screen is unusable when it raining. The actual addon doesn't support buttons but maybe it will in the future.
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Wear for Locus Map / Re: Wear for Locus Map beta testing
« on: December 24, 2017, 15:59:09 »
Hi Milan,

thank you for this addon! Saturday I did a 3 hour workout with this addon and it worked fine. It was stable and fast. I used 1.5 hours with "display always on" mode and 1.5 hours with "display always on" disabled. In the first case the application consumed abut 10% battery and in the second case about 35%.
I have Nexus 5x with Android 8 and Samsung Gear Live with Android Wear 1.5.
One can use "always on" mode in workouts <3 hours and for longer workouts the "always on" mode should be disabled.
 
Some suggestions:
#Wet clothes can cause unexpected touches on the screen this is why better if you put recording controls to different page or combine the controls with unimportant statistical data in this case the user will not leave the screen here and it will not cause any unexpected touch a trouble with recording.
#Device and wear battery level indicators and/or alerts,
#configurable statistical data (what I want to see in the stat panel is depends on the workout),
#configurable ambient mode (invert mode on/off)
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