Interesting… Does WiFi have to be connected to a network?
No. On many phones location and LEBluetooth work together. And I keep wifi connected regardless.
Gotcha. So it sounds like it’s an unsolveable bug. Thanks anyhow!
@jredel I just saw something in your screenshots. There is no device listed that is running your collection service. It should either show your phone or your watch.
Just a longshot, but when the SSW3 connects to a bluetooth device, it asks for permission to bond. Did you give that permission? If not, go to settings>Bluetooth>devices on your watch and try connecting to the watch one time. After permission is given it won’t ask again.
Interestingly, the dexcom device isn’t listed (though it is connected to my phone). Even weirder, yesterday I was away from phone for about 20 min and saw that permission request pop up on my watch. I got the checkmark and the watch connected, until I got back to my phone. Then the permission dialog never showed up again and the watch never connected again (even after being away from phone 30 min)
@jredel You may have to go into Bluetooth settings on the watch and connect again. I don’t know why it won’t reconnect automatically, but it sounds like a bug in your device.
I am currently using G6 with xDrip and also using G6 Receiver. Both are showing same value. (Sometimes different arrows).
Per above, seems this is in native mode. What/how to change to not be native, so I can see difference?.
I had a hacked G6 app on phone, but just removed it. Not using a smartwatch (yet).
@MM2 Just go into G5/G6 debug settings and uncheck “Native algorithm”. Leave “use OB1 collector” checked. Or if you really want to go all the way back, uncheck it (not recommended)
Thanks ! I was thinking native = xdrip.
Left OB1 checked. 4 readings so far, still identical (phone and recvr) slightly decreasing. (92, 89, 86, 85).
Sensor on day 9, did a restart about 5 hours ago.
Will have to eat some carbs to get some movement.