As noted at at slickdeals and on this sub, some Target stores are weirdly marking new Pebble Times down to $99 on clearance. I used the product number (057-03-0127) in this store inventory checker and found one an hour away. I called to confirm, and they held it for me at guest services. A car ride later, I had my fancy new Pebble Time!
I tried it and have already disabled it.
I see what they are trying to do. It's a more granular version of a type of mood log/diary used in cognitive behavioral and dialectical behavioral therapies. Whereas this app tracks moods every hour, CBT and DBT logs track moods every day... Or they're supposed to. When people actually do them. CBT and DBT logs also track whether, how often, and how effectively people use their skills. Which wouldn't make sense in a basic mood tracking app.
It feels like a bare-bones version of the Optimism app.
But the Buzzing every hour got real old real fast. It still buzzed when I set my watch on quiet time. I'm a therapist, and if the mood quiz pops up in the middle of a session, that could be super distracting for me and my client. I imagine I'm not the only pebble in a profession where that could be problematic.
Also, as a therapist, I have a love-hate relationship with these types of apps.
On the one hand, they can provide some useful data.
On the other hand, there are inherent risks to boiling down emotional states to simple cause and effect.
It took a bit longer to include the features that everyone asked for, but it's finally here, including:
Photo of it running on an actual watch: https://dribbble.com/shots/2148812-TimeStyle-Finished-Watchface-for-Pebble-Watch
Source code on Github: https://github.com/freakified/TimeStylePebble
EDIT: Current feature requests:
Rebble contributor here - we have lives, and we're busy with other stuff, we cannot dedicate 100% of our time.
There is a todo list for each major project (android app, firmware, backend services, website...), here is the Android app store trello board with tasks.
Hop in the Discord and you'll see Rebble is alive and kicking, and if some of you want to help DM me.
Respect for wanting to help people out! :) And for valuing your own time too, doing all those steps takes up time. Quick heads up though: the P2 charcoal/red can be had for ~$77 on Amazon with prime shipping and easy replacements, and similar for the black Round at ~$85. So your target demographic might be smaller than expected. If you're already factoring that in, great! And I hope you didn't mind be saying.
I'm using c:geo for caching and Pebble Navigation/Geocaching on the watch side. Fantastic combo when bicycling through a multi that spans over 10-20 kilometers. Pebbleme navigation / geocaching
Thanks to /u/ozdreaming, I've got the answer. Don't know why somebody downvoted you, buddy - 'cause you've got a +1 from me.
For posterity - because this will happen more frequently as Pebble servers go offline - here's what you'll have to do:
Hey there Alex,
I'm the only Rachel that works at Pebble. Maybe she's a 3rd app developer, but not an employee at Pebble. But.... I hope you find her!
Sure I could do it. Give me a bit.
EDIT: Done. Modded Simplicity to do a double pulse vibration every 5 mins. Download it here (SDK 1.0 and 2.0 Variants)
I haven't tested the 1.0 variant since I have 2.0 on my watch, but I'm assuming it works since what I changed is nearly identical to the 2.0 code.
There is actually a (paid) app that does specifically this for Android! It's called Watchface Scheduler for Pebble, and after importing all your watchfaces, it lets you set up different schedules for setting specific, or random faces at certain times a day, on certain days (Or every day).
I have mine set up so every night it changes to NIGHTFACE every night, and then to choose a random watchface at certain times a day.
Dialer for Pebble is your friend.
Here is how you work best buy. Their inventory system is based off their SKU information. Checking on their Website, the SKU for the pebble is 9713809. Just call them up and ask them to check inventory on a SKU for you. That way they have to actually get someone to check using a terminal. Sometimes the inventory is incorrect if the QTY is less that 5 but they can at least tell you how many they "should" have and what others Best Buys have it.
I use Dashboard by Chris Lewis (Android companion app required) for this very purpose. Works well, especially since my kitchen is usually a total mess.
Google Nav Me works well for the android google maps notifications. Automatically activates when you start navigation on the phone.
Pebble App: https://apps.getpebble.com/en_US/application/530a8f36fc62a5e01100001c?query=nav%2520me&section=watchapps Companion App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.batescorp.pebble.nav&hl=en
Really digging this look. The PTR is the classiest. I mourn that we'll never see it iterated upon.
Amazon link for anyone interested: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01MT5Y7ZP/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
As of Xcode 7 (which is currently in beta), anyone is allowed to sideload apps without joining the Apple Developer Program.
Take a look at the "Now everyone can get their app on their Apple device" section on the Xcode 7 website for more information.
Amazon themselves are now selling the black Pebble Time for $70. Again, no idea how to buy more than 3 via their web site, but I'm sure customer service would be happy to take a $7000 order (or maybe less with negotiation?).
It's wonderfully designed as well! It vibrates and lights up when you are 2 miles away from your next turn, and then again at 0.2 miles.
It's perfect for those late night cross-country roadtrips when everyone's sleeping in the car and you don't want your GPS blaring "IN ONE MILE, KEEP GOING STRAIGHT" randomly. It also gives you piece of mind knowing you didn't pass your exit or take a wrong turn. Definitely best money I've ever spent on a Pebble app!
One small downside is that it seems to be a bit more power hungry. It's not voracious or anything, but I usually get 8 days or so out of my PTS and with running NavMe all day I'll get around 2-3 days or so.
Oh, another problem I have with it is~~, when the drive is over, the app will stay open on the watch with "Start Google Navigation" on the screen indefinitely. You have to manually exit the watchapp to get back to your watchface. I suggest that it should timeout after a few minutes of no navigation.~~
Nevermind! Apparently this was just a setting I was unaware of (see this comment response for details).
Here's the link to it in the Play Store, for the lazy:
Follow this comment: https://www.reddit.com/r/pebble/comments/6720xw/none_of_my_apps_seem_to_have_icons_anymore_i_cant/dgn4kuj/
TL;DR: Force close Pebble app, Install Packet Caputre from play store, run the app, start capture and open the Pebble app again.
There's a fantastic app I use on my phone and, until yesterday on my android wear watch, really great and accurate weather app using forecast.io. I'm gonna shoot him an email asking about pebble support - it's exactly the kinda thing you're asking for with timeline stuff.
Techcrunch reported that they are directly talking to mypebbleface.com but that nothing concrete could be announced. As for TechChrunch's hunch, they thought it would be very wise of them to buy mypebblefaces.com or to bring them in to use that asa the beginning of an app ecosystem.
EDIT: Link last paragraph under the "Big Name App Partners" section
EDIT 2: > I asked Migicovsky what’s the next phase for the company, suggesting new hardware product might be on the horizon. Predictably, he wouldn’t speak to future product plans, but instead pointed to the chance the company has now to build a true software ecosystem, and make those apps easy to access for users. When asked whether he was working with third-party portal like MyPebbleFaces to make that happen, he said that they were indeed speaking to them directly, but that there’s nothing more to announce at this time in that regard. With a community built-in, however, bringing MyPebbleFaces in-house to form the foundation of a software marketplace makes a lot of sense.
If you are using Android, you can create a watchface with "Canvas for Pebble" that can show multiple time zone times at the same... time.
Apple Watch has this too, just not in timeline form. They're even called "glances". You swipe up and you get a series of cards that you can swipe through, and you can choose which ones you want.
Sleep as Android support?
I'm using Music Boss, Pebble Notifier, PebbleTasker. and Glance.
Edit: Found it. https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/sleep-as-an-droid/qDSjGCkj4u8/mksvHE8u9ggJ Thank you!
GadgetBridge has been working great for me!
It's not really a server replacement, but it replaces the app and still gets updates.
I've been using it for months with the pebble app uninstalled, and most watchfaces and apps work!
The only downside is, it does not have access to the pebble store, or any mirrors, so you'll have to manually install any pebble packages you want to use (apps/watch faces).
But once you do that, you're all set!
If you have an Android phone, check out Canvas for Pebble. No coding required, and you could easily make a watchface like this.
You can do this if you install Notification Center for Pebble. Its plethora of config options can be daunting, but many swear by it.
Step 1. Get this: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kodek.pebbletasker&hl=en
Step 2: Get this: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.dinglisch.android.taskerm&hl=en
Step 3: Assign pebble tasker as a shortcut.
Step 4: Make a task in tasker that sends a chat message to your girlfriend, test it.
Step 5: Add the task to pebble tasker by launching pebble tasker from your app drawer and choosing the task you made in step 4 in one of the dropdowns.
The process to send the message (from a watchface) is now: Hold down the shortcut button, then once pebble tasker loads, just hit the button that runs the task. Easy enough?
Similarly using the Nav Me app makes using Google Maps navigation so much ~~easier~~ cooler. You can keep your phone's screen off (saving battery life), and get your navigation alerts right on your wrist.
It also makes you feel like James Bond for some reason.
Hey, looks great, but the incorrect Team Mystic logo was used unfortunately. :(
The real one has a point that goes below Articuno. If you're the developer, can you make that change? You can find a couple files here from another Reddit user:
Here's the file dropper link:
And here's a higher resolution png on imgur:
If you’re on Android, the pebble app itself is available here:
On iOS it’s still available in the App Store.
Then the instructions for switching to rebble are here:
I strongly suggest you take a look at the watch in person before getting one. The display is one that people will likely love or hate. People are generally familiar with displays with dark and not-dark pixels. The metawatch frame is different, in that a pixel is either a light, frosted-glass color, or a reflection of whatever light there is.
The only difference between these two photos is the reflected light. In the first, you have reflected light from a light-colored area; for me, this is the common case, where I typically have light reflected from a light-colored ceiling or walls. I find this very hard to read, and I think it's even harder to read than the picture shows. In fact, there are viewing angles where the display appears (to me) to be completely off.
In the second, you have a lack of reflected light (from a dark area), and so the display is much easier to read (and I think the display is easier to read than the picture shows). If I rotate the display such that the watch face is pointing directly at me, I can generally read it, but I shouldn't have to turn my wrist to read the watch. I don't have to do that with the pebble or most other watches.
Also, I find that my metawatch disconnects as often as the pebble (maybe more). However, my pebble seems to reconnect, whereas I've yet to see my metawatch reconnect. I've yet to not get this when starting the metawatch manager: http://imgur.com/412XXu1
This is with an iPhone running 7.0.3.
The vibration is also noticeably weaker than the pebble.
I actually like the out-of-the-box functionality of the mw frame. However, the display makes me go back to the pebble, which is what I use and wear.
WhatFrikkinTimeIsIt.pbw – sweary time and day clock.
Enjoy! If anyone wants custom versions, let me know :)
My VivoActive lasts ~18 days. I use mine on Android, but both Amazon and the people asking if it works with iPhone claims it works on iOS. Always-on colored screen, longer battery life than Pebble, built-in fitness tracker, and GPS capabilities. Might be worth checking out.
You can buy the Pebble Time for 65€ including free shipping to the Netherlands at Amazon Germany: https://www.amazon.de/Pebble-Time-Smart-Watch-schwarz/dp/B0106IS5XY. Might save a few bucks if you also check Amazon UK at time of buying.
It's not yet as cheap as some of the American posts we've seen here, but I think it's a fair price. I'm even thinking about buying one ahead to have one in stock when mine will eventually (in some years) have lost its life.
By default, the only way to preserve Health data is to sync it with Google Fit (or Apple Health under iOS) -- it's not backed up anywhere. If you have a rooted phone, you can use a program like Titanium Backup to save this protected app data, and restore it later. Some manufacturers provide a privileged backup & restore program that provides this capacity even without rooting the phone -- LG happens to be one of them (with LG Mobile Switch), so that seems like your best bet.
I've had good luck with Watchface Scheduler in the past. Before that, I also used Catapult in conjunction with Tasker, but seeing as that's been a long time since it's been updated, I'd go for the former.
> This app is incompatible with your device.
> LGE LG-D852
Come on, it's an LG G3, more than capable..
The arduino has relays connected to the car's internal wiring, simulating on/off switches just like pressing the actual buttons in the car. Bluetooth on the arduino communicates with an Android phone.
Tasks created in Tasker (on the phone) sends signals to the arduino via bluetooth. Pebble (with PebbleTasker) triggers the tasks.
Yep, it does. You can also download some third party apps (Notification Center) that let you customize a vibratory pattern for each notification.
Check out Google Play for other apps. Like Dashboard so you can silence your phone from watch, disable wifi/BT/3g, locate your phone, etc.
Edit: forgot your second question. Notifications remain on your phone, unless you dismiss them by clicking the middle button of the Pebble.
I have that one on my GWR, would like to see it on Pebble too.
Only click this link if you also have an AW device, or you will be sad.
I just bought a relatively low-price Milanese mesh band for my Pebble - it's not magnetic like Apple's, but I love it to death. https://www.watchgecko.com/milanese-mesh.php http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:728203
The problem isn't with this app in particular, since it's using the default voice API that Pebble provides, but rather with Nuance. They are the company that provides Pebble with their voice dictation (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/nuance-brings-voice-recognition-capabilities-to-pebble-smartwatches-2015-10-15) and any issues with voice dictation are with them, not this particular app.
Google "iPod HiFi" or Motorola Rockr for what a Jobs Apple looked like. How about the heating issues with the fanless Macintosh Plus? The disgusting skin flake fish tank that was the plastic Apple keyboard? The first iPod Nano had an issue when it was first released where the screen would break very easily. Five years later, they issued a recall because the batteries would explode.
Apple has made mistakes all the time. Blaming everything on a lack of Steve Jobs is ignorant and supports an unhealthy cult of personality.
>it must be done in store because they have to inspect it.
>Purchase AppleCare+ with your new Apple Watch. Or buy it within 60 days of your Apple Watch purchase.
>* Visit an Apple Retail Store (inspection of Apple Watch and proof of purchase are required).
>Or call (800) 275-2273 (requires you to run a remote diagnostic and provide proof of purchase).
>You can also get AppleCare+ coverage for both your Apple Watch and iPhone. This coverage is available only when you purchase your Apple Watch, and your iPhone must be 6 months old or less.
>* Visit a U.S. Apple Retail Store (inspection of iPhone and proof of purchase are required) or visit the U.S. Apple Online Store (requires you to run a remote diagnostic and provide proof of purchase).
Technically, anything on the Calendar is on your Pebble.
So technically if you can find a way to get the iOS Reminders to show up on the Calendar, it will show up on the Pebble.
So..there happens to be a recipe for just that on ifttt.com https://ifttt.com/recipes/104315-reminder-to-calendar
You can extend it more for other stuff too, I'm planning to sit down once and connect as much as I can to the calendar for the pebble with whatever I find on ifttt.com, I'm also on iOS.
At least there's Gadgetbridge as an open-source alternative to the Pebble Time app on Android.
I do hope they survive this rough time and that those laid off will fall back on their feet quickly :(
I think Pebble kinda dropped the ball by not offering some kind of payment services for third party devs and claiming a %.
Possibly misleading - the article includes a claim that he did not buy a Ferrari, but that the ODM company they used screwed them. There's a considerable amount of evidence to substantiate his claim, but obviously just about anything is able to be faked.
Here's a recipe I made, that you can use to toggle a WeMo Switch with the maker Channel:
You can trigger this with Smartwatch+ or Smartwatch Pro.
I often have to help people at work (doing tech support), and they come to see me for help. Sadly I'm not always at my desk so they didn't always knew if I was available, working with someone else, on lunch, out of the office, in a meeting, etc.
So I decided to use several services and apps together to display a status indicator at my desk that anyone can see at a distance, and that I can control remotely with my Pebble or cellphone.
IFTTT can also change the color indicator whether I am in a meeting (in my calendar), or if I leave or enter a specific location.
EDIT: the images appears to have been taken down without any kind of notice or explanation. This is unnaceptable on Imgur's behalf and I'm requesting an answer.
Those who want to see the images can PM me. I'll try to find another image hosting company if Imgur can't hold their ground.
It's an alternative to the phone app, and gets very regular updates. I've been using it regularly since 2017 (2018? Time flies...) and I've been pretty happy with it. However, caveat emptor, make sure you're OK with the watch not being able to reach the internet - that means while you still get all notifications, internet connected watchfaces and apps won't work correctly at all.
is a replacement of the pebble app without any cloud components so it makes the pebble work without Rebble or RPWS. It is possible that in the future it will also support dictation with your provider of choice. It works not just for pebble but also for other smart wearable. You have totally ownership of your data, if you want to download your steps and sleep information and make a chart with raw data you can.
You won't find it in the Play Store though, you need F-Droid, this way Google can't remove it.
The app certainly need polishing, there are no watchfaces, you need to download them from Rebble or RPWS and install them manually, but at least the app is constantly updated.
A group of developers have made an application called GadgetBridge, it's intended purpose is to replace the official Pebble app once it becomes obsolete. You can even start using it now, it's available for Android. The project looks like it's still active and developers are still implementing features. Currently there is no speech support but its an item they are looking into. Latest info about speech input can be found here: https://github.com/Freeyourgadget/Gadgetbridge/issues/189
You can donate on their website if you'd like to support them and the continued development of this app, I'm sure they would appreciate support of any kind. https://gadgetbridge.org/
The Fitbit Flex is water resistant by itself:
> Flex has been tested up to 1 ATM meaning it is sweat, rain and splash proof. However, the device is not swim proof. We also recommend taking Flex off before showering because, as with any wearable device, it’s best for your skin if the band stays dry and clean.
You're lucky too - it's not rated for swimming.
I doubt that for a few reasons:
IFTTT has a dead-simple application form, showing that they encourage people to apply.
It is IFTTT's goal to connect as many people as possible. They wouldn't ignore a platform just for the heck of it.
They are constantly adding channels of companies smaller and newer than Pebble.
They showed IFTTT support in January 2013 during their release show.
Pebble said a long time ago (~ a year or so) that they were no longer concentrating on IFTTT, and that they were satisfied with the alternatives (having IFTTT send a text, which could be pushed to the Pebble, etc.).
Let's not forget their Kickstarter promise to support IFTTT, which they have dropped completely. It is pretty disappointing that Pebble lied to thousands of users like that.
There's a bunch on Amazon.
Don't know about quality but this was one of the first hits https://www.amazon.com/Xiemin%C2%AE-Quality-Stainless-Watchband-Brushed/dp/B00LTPPN9I/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1477689624&sr=8-6&keywords=pebble+steel+metal+band
Pebble Time Round 20mm Black
Watchface: Slides of Time
(Copied from my post in r/watches):
I've rocked a Pebble since the Kickstarter model. Had an OG, Steel, Pebble 2 HR, Pebble Time and finally this Time Round. I've loved every single one and was devastated when the company sold off. No other smartwatch I've found has been such a good blend of classic watch styling and function with intuitive and extensive smartwatch features. It's just the right amount of simple, with just the right amount of complications.
Long live the Rebbles!
App permissions in Android 9 cause this. The only way I know to get the caller is via the "Dialer for Pebble" android app (don't think you can dismiss call). Its just a free app on google play.
Try opening it from a different program. PBW files don't open for me from Chrome, but a file manager like Total Commander works.
After installing the update from the Play Store, I went back to online mode using
pebble://custom-boot-config-url/default (If you have the app Open Link With... installed, you can just select the above link and select "Open with" to have the Pebble App open it.)
I logged into my account again and everything's working as it should: I can access the app store, switch watchfaces etc. I'll keep an eye on battery usage. Thanks!!!
Do you mean change to a different watchface? If you use an Android phone, you can do this with Watchface Scheduler ($1.10).
I've tried Jarvis on and off for a few months. Since you added the ability to add reminders to the Timeline, it's replaced Note to Self in my "up" Quick Launch slot. Since reminders are my most frequent use-case, I have a few tweaks to suggest. I'd like the Timeline pin shortTitle to be the text of the reminder (instead of "Jarvis Reminder"). I also like the behaviour N2S uses when an item is accepted (two short vibrations, then exit to the watchface) -- it's good to have explicit confirmation that the pin was pushed. I'd prefer Jarvis to auto-exit shortly after any function like this (creating a reminder, alarm, calendar entry).
Also, when manually backing out, it ends up in the apps list, even when activated via Quick Launch. It should go to the active watchface.
Some possible additions:
FYI, I've gotten error code T1 a number of times on navigation/travel time requests. Not sure what the problem likely is.
Finally, thanks for all your work on this project so far! It's been fun to try out, and I'm really impressed at how many Wear functions you've managed to successfully replicate. I'd like to be able to purchase a license via Google Play by way of support! (Not inclined to use Patreon.)
I second Wristponder. No need to configure anything in Tasker. It works perfectly. There is an Android companion app here.
Hey. There is this app. It's not as feature rich as Canvas, but it is darned easy to use, and I think it does what you're looking for.
I REALLY REALLY want Canvas weather/location to be up and running again. This is driving me mad. My Canvas watchface IS what makes my Pebble. I depend on my Canvas watchface.
Pic from before the weather stopped working:
nope - tasker is system-wide. I believe PebbleTasker would help with getting Tasker working using the pebble (like you can ALSO use the pebble to do things on your phone), but I'm not sure if thats the only option since I had gotten my pebble AFTER going to iOS.
And yeah pushbullet does SMS reply and initiation on Android
From /u/Ev1lch3rry's comment, I've found that Autonotification can be used to block the notification. You need to create a blocking rule with "Pebble" in the title. After that, no notification is shown at all.
Groupon still has the refurb round for $125. Extra $10 off for first timers with code WELCOME. Four days left. Bought my PT last night. Can't wait. Does take about 11 business to get it is what the email told me, fyi
> It's a well known and documented fact that Android is easier to develop for than iOS
No. Android's IDE is "sup-optimal" at best. Huge issue with platform fragmentation in comparison to Apple (of course.) Java vs Objective-C (minor issue at worst.) Tech-Crunch The Guardian
The configuration is set up using GitHub pages, which is free!
To be precise, it's hosted off the gh-pages branch of the main GitHub project: https://github.com/freakified/TimeStylePebble/tree/gh-pages
>Does anyone know if Rebble.io is going to be a viable solution going forward?
Not sure about that, but as far as servers go,
I've been using GadgetBridge exclusively for the last few months, (uninstalled pebble app)
And it's been working GREAT! most watch apps, even ones that need a companion android app seem to work just fine, it has a built in 'find my watch' app, and it's frequently updated!
I don't know if it can be used for the initial pebble setup, but it works GREAT for just daily use.
Got root? Titanium Backup will do it No root? Adb backup if you're computer savvy, something like this if you're not: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ruet_cse_1503050.ragib.appbackup.iap&hl=en_US
Android permissions changed after Pebble closed its doors. So the Pebble app doesn't work 100% because it needs to be updated.
Instead, turn off the phone notifications within the Pebble app, then get Dialer for Rebble (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.matejdro.pebbledialer) and follow the directions inside the app. If you don't disable the Phone notifications from the Pebble app, then both will conflict with one another and it still won't work right.
Actually on the Amazon UK store its currently £92.32, so that's including VAT. No release date given yet though
Hello! Are these things still worth picking up? I know they are no longer being supported as Pebble has been bought by Fitbit. But these are some damn good prices. Also keep in mind that amazon is having a similar sale on these watches. In fact I ordered a Pebble Steel for $50. Hopefully it will be worth it!
Used condition time round black (watch was perfect in an unopened package with scuffs on it) on Amazon was 32.00 bucks two weeks ago.Pebble Time Round 20mm Black/Black Look under the buy options for other sellers Used -Very Good for 32.95!
thanks for responding, I tried all that but no joy so I logged a support call and got a pretty quick response and it works fine now. Thought I'd post the response in case it helps someone else.
" the issue is we had to upgrade the app to target latest API levels. On latest Android it is no more possible to start sleep tracking from the watches without an extra app (which does not target latest APi level :)) for Pebble and Garmin.
Could you please install:
So the amazfit pace has been slowly getting better as they've been adding features. With the windows based "apk installer" 3rd party app, you can side load Android apps to the watch.
One new app for Android that installs on the phone and watch, let's you now use custom canned responses to incoming texts.
There's no flick-to-dismiss option with the stock notification manager. However, if you want to tinker, you can try Notification Center. I don't know how well it works on the P2, and Matej isn't supporting it any more, but it does offer this feature (among many, many others).
Just pushed the first version to the Play Store.
I assume there are at least a few bugs.
If all goes well, it should be up in a few hours.
Still many issues. Stay tuned for updates.
You have (some) control over vibration patterns on the watch. Press select (middle button), go to the top app (control panel), and press select. There is a submenu called "Vibrations". You can change vibrations for Notifications, Calls, Alarms, and System messages. The specific patterns you see depends on your model (not all vibration motors can generate all patterns).
Android users can install a third-party app called Notification Center, which provides many more features, including setting vibration patterns on a per-app basis. I tried it once but it was more complicated to set up than I wanted to deal with. I don't know of any comparable app for iOS (jailbroken or not).
If you use Android, then look at Pebble Watchface Scheduler (US$1.10). The developer is keeping it up to date. (I have not tried this app myself.)
You can use the Dialer for Pebble app. It gives you the option of using root or giving it access to your notifications to answer incoming calls.
The first thing that comes to mind is Multi Timer. Create a timer for 59 minutes and be sure to start it at the start of class. You can set it up to 99 minutes if the class is longer. Of course, this has the disadvantage of requiring a manual activation every time.
If you have Tasker, you can create a notification based on calendar events. Just make sure Pebble will send Tasker notifications (if you've restricted which app notifications you want sent to the watch).
Actually, if you don't already have Tasker, I'd highly recommend it.
I've received no mail in June/July to the address I registered with Pebble (checking my mail server logs).
Out of curiosity, are you using Android? Applications with the "find accounts on the device" permission can see the address you've logged into the Pebble app with. That's one way it could possibly have leaked.
You can check for apps with this permission using Permission Friendly Apps. Tap the filter icon (looks kinda like a funnel) and pick "find accounts on the device" from the permission list.
e: fixed permission name, app link
I was looking for a similar thing in a 3rd party app. Found the Music Boss app and never looked back!
EDIT: This is an Android app from the Play store.
Hey - I just re-set up my Pixel 3 and PT :D I did have some issues, but they were solved by just running through all the steps here http://rebble.io/howto/ like 3 times and then everything just clicked into place. You may have done everything right but just need to start over and do it again.
You need to get the app from APK mirror and "sideload" it and then run through the Rebble setup steps https://www.apkmirror.com/apk/pebble-technology-corp/pebble/pebble-4-4-2-1405-62d45d7d7-endframe-release/pebble-4-4-2-1405-62d45d7d7-endframe-android-apk-download/
> The crown is pretty rad, and I wouldn't mind the next pebble to have something like that … It's a slicker way to navigate than the 4 button pebble layout imo.
I agree, but /r/pebble was less than enthusiastic about the idea of a digital crown when it was raised before. Perhaps more real world use will convince more Pebblers.
> (if apple didn't patent the hell out of it).
Pre-existing art prevents Apple from getting a utility patent on the whole idea of a digital crown. In 2001 IBM & Citizen Watch introduced the IBM WatchPad which also uses a digital crown. There were quartz watches (i.e. digital electronics) even earlier. Apple might try to patent some of the crown's UI interactions, but the courts haven't upheld UI patents very well. The specific design that Apple chose might also be covered by a design patent, but again, a digital crown can take on many other shapes.
/u/TeamPebble should not shy away because of Apple's "patent the hell out of it" statements (did they even say that re: the digital crown?). Read the actual patent, if any, engineer around it, and move on.
In the "3D Printed Pebble Charger" Instructable, the author suggests "single-core [breadboarding] jumper wire"; p1neapples on Thingiverse used staples!
I 3D printed one of these which costed basically nothing. I tested it then tucked it in my bag and have never used it since. Thankfully the Pebble has such a long battery life.
It’s polyjet printed (think 3D inkjet printer) as a single part, and the tolerances on the model unfortunately don’t work with FDM printers.
There are a few one-piece or multi-piece models out there which can work ok using TPU (one piece) or PLA etc (multi piece) which are worth a try if you have a printer. Take a look on Thingiverse, or my model on cults3D (https://cults3d.com/en/3d-model/gadget/pebble-2-smartwatch-flexible-replacement-buttons)
There's this for Sailfish:
Which is a port of this for Ubuntu:
Obviously neither are going to work on Android, but they might be a starting point, and I think I read somewhere that the plan is to merge the changes from Rockpool back into Rockwork and make it somewhat platform agnostic... If that's the case it's plausible they might support Android too.
I use Rockpool daily, and have had no significant problems with it - in fact it has some useful features / UI decisions that the official Android app doesn't (or at least didn't last time I used it). Faces / apps that require a companion app don't work on Sailfish though, unsurprisingly, and there are a few other apps that don't work for miscellaneous reasons, but not many.
Do you just want the reminders to population your Reminder list or do you want them to have an alarm notification?
If it is the former, with the Snowy app, you can trigger the Maker Channel to add an appointment to your google calendar. You then use a second recipe that adds an iOS reminder every time a new appointment is added to your google calendar.
Use Snowy app to add appointments to Google Calendar recipe:
If new event added to Google Calendar, add to iOS Reminders recipe:
Yep, that happens. I gave up on the UP watchface and installed the Misfit app. But I like the UP phone app, so I found an IFTTT recipe that syncs my Misfit steps to the UP phone app.
Not sure about the grease stain..you could try a baking soda water mix. If that doesn't work, I saw this strap on Amazon looks pretty similar.
I had the same issue when I first flashed an ultra-beta version (beta6) before it was released. Try this: 1) Uninstall Pebble Time app. 2) Download this. Yes, there are a newer versions, but those have strange bugs. 3) Download and open this file up IN A FILE MANAGER. Then, use Gadgetbridge to install. 4) If all works well, then reinstall pebble app. Good luck!
Nope, button is on a post that passes through the waterproofing gasket and sits against the internal switch. There's a clip inside the watch that should prevent things like this. http://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/Pebble+Teardown/13319#s45418 has some pictures