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    Solano
    @solanovisitor
    Hi @gui-dos ! Thank you so much!
    Solano
    @solanovisitor
    Responded you via direct message :)
    CoolDad83
    @cooldad83

    Hi All, I wonder if someone here can point me in the right direction. I'm trying to setup the oopWeb (https://github.com/dabear/LibreOOPWeb) . I already have xdripswift working with a miaomiao2, but I'm currently using the glucose.space website. But I'm not all the comfortable with all the data going somewhere that I don't really know who is running it, or what they're doing with the data.

    What are people doing for calibration of libre1 data on iPhones?

    Sorry if this is a question that's been asked a lot, I find that Gitter isn't the best for historical searches...

    Thanks All!

    dabear
    @dabear
    Libreoopweb is my child. Glucose.space is based around the same idea but they are not compatible. I shut down libreoopweb as well because the algorithm from the manfucsturerer now is known. So maintaining oopweb and it's code is just a burden. Also note that oopwebs readme explicitly stated that unless you really really now what you are doing, please don't use it
    CoolDad83
    @cooldad83
    Thanks for responding @dabear. From my searching people keep mentioning that the algorithm is known but as far as I can tell its not shared for legal reasons. Maybe Im mistaken about that?
    tzachi-dar
    @tzachi-dar
    @gui-dos what is glucose.space? Can it be used to allow xDrip to work for Canadian/US Libre 2?
    CoolDad83
    @cooldad83
    @gui-dos are you involved in glucose.space dev?
    tzachi-dar
    @tzachi-dar
    Thanks @gui-dos, this is more work than I can do right now, but maybe somewhere in the future.
    CoolDad83
    @cooldad83
    (sorry for the cross post with xdrip-plus) Does anyone here know what glucose.space is doing? I understand that originally it was used to decode the libre1 data before the algorithm was known, but why would it still be useful as a service? Does it provide more accurate data?
    tzachi-dar
    @tzachi-dar
    @cooldad83 I guess that right now it is mained for us/kanada libre2.
    CoolDad83
    @cooldad83
    Ok, I'll have to figure out why when I turn off oopweb in xdrip I keep getting calibration messages. I thought that re-calibrating the libre1's factory calibration was optional. I just don't like the idea of a blackbox collecting health data and reliance on a service that could go down at any time.
    tzachi-dar
    @tzachi-dar
    @cooldad83 are you sure that xDrip supports oopweb? how is that turned on?
    CoolDad83
    @cooldad83
    Oh yes. There’s toggles in settings and the code is present in the xdripswift rep by johan. He took code from bubble’s rep
    now, does it only support glucose
    Glucose.space, or does it still support the OG oopweb. Unknown, but @dabear said oopweb isnt compatible anymore
    dabear
    @dabear
    glucose.space has lots of endpoints not supported by oopweb. it also covers the features in oopweb, but with different encoding of incoming data. Oopweb was built for one purpose only, and will no longer be supported
    Sebastián Pineda Ospina
    @spinedaospina
    @cooldad83 mentioned before that libre algorithm is know, someone know if it is implemented in xDrip? Is parseData function in NFCReaderX.java? I would really appreciate an answer, I am new I am trying to understand a bit of aaaall this
    tzachi-dar
    @tzachi-dar
    @cooldad83 ok, you are talking about xdrip for ios.
    @spinedaospina parseData is used to create raw values. This values needs calibration. It was decided not to open source the code that translates raw values to BG.
    boertjeg
    @boertjeg
    Hi all, really appreciate the efforts made to make libre2 standalone connect to xdrip. I'm looking for a place to start with troubleshooting why I can't seem to get 'connection status: connected' and thus a stable data feed through Bluetooth. I've followed the guide from minimallooper and scanning the sensor seems fine. Librelink app permission for Bluetooth/location is disabled.
    Anyone know a place to start?
    tzachi-dar
    @tzachi-dar
    @boertjeg are you working with oop2? Does xDrip have bluetooth/location enabled? Can you export the db with your data and send to tzachi.dar@gmail.com
    Patrick Sonnerat
    @psonnera
    @tzachi-dar tried new oop2 with libreallhouse version mentioned above in standalone collector on a Huawei Watch 2 LTE but failed to collect data in standalone. Will retry in the next few days. What would help you going forward with this (if you have will and time)? Watch logcat? There is nothing relevant in xDrip+ log unless you give me extra debug strings to add. Note: just pure curiosity, not using it.
    tzachi-dar
    @tzachi-dar
    @psonnera this is a wear os watch. This is still not supported, although the new version makes the support closer.
    Patrick Sonnerat
    @psonnera
    Ah, ok, didn't get it. Thanks!
    Pete
    @PeteAPS
    Does anyone know where it may be possible to get firmware update v2.4.8 for Freestyle Libre 1 Reader pls? I lost my old FSL1 Reader recently (for use with FL2 sensor and OOP2). Luckily I have an old spare FSL1 Reader, but is v2.2.13. No joy on Freestyle website, but haven't tried to contact directly yet as no doubt will try to give me another FSL2 reader! Am using LL app meantime, but prefer to stick with the reader approach if I can.
    Jack Knott
    @jk1993
    nightscout-ricsi
    @nightscout-ricsi
    I am using minimaloopers system with xDirp version of 13th Oct 2021. I have made the calibrations, but still no connection. If I use the Bluethooth scan menu, the sensor is iont the list with blue color. In System status panel, I see that Connection status: Disconnected. How to get sensor connected? Where can I find the log file on the phone? (I can read it with xDrip, but cannot export.)
    tzachi-dar
    @tzachi-dar
    @nightscout-ricsi do you have oop2 installed?
    As for the log file, it should be in /sdcard/xdrip/
    JimZam
    @JimZam
    @nightscout-ricsi You have to be sure Librelink is not running in the background. In your phone settings disable Autostart or even remove it as last resource, it makes the connection impossible.
    nightscout-ricsi
    @nightscout-ricsi
    Thanks!
    I have a strange string in the log: "No luck finding a BG timestamp match xDrip"
    nightscout-ricsi
    @nightscout-ricsi
    Yes, I have oop2 installed. Before I had a system with patched LL2 and xdrip, but LL2 had dropped BT connection (red exclamation mark). So, I have changed to minimalloopoers system. That worked many times in the past after BT drop. Yes, I have forced LL2 to stop in Android, and it has no alarms on (red exclamation mark has disappeared, as it does want to make a BT connection).
    nightscout-ricsi
    @nightscout-ricsi
    unfortunately, I did find the /sdcard/xdrip/ folder, nor on the real SD card nor on the phone internal storage, that has log files in. There is one "xdrip" folder on the internal storage, there are the DB export files (in a zip archive).
    Azucarrr
    @Azucarrr
    @tzachi-dar Firstly, thank you very much for developing the OOP2 solution for Libre 2. I specially appreciate the recently added raw minute values. I only have a question about them. Is it possible to display these minute values in a XDrip Follower? I haven't been able to do so even though (I think) the settings are correct. For me as a mother of a small diabetic child it would be great to be able to have the values as follower, if possible. Thank you!
    PhilTU
    @PhilTU

    @nightscout-ricsi you never use Bluetooth facilities to connect to a Libre 2 sensor, only NFC scan does the handshake to set up the connection. If no connection then do an NFC scan.

    Also check you haven't checked the "use out of process algorithm" options in settings/other/less frequently used.

    nightscout-ricsi
    @nightscout-ricsi
    @PhilTU I have never heard about this (not to use scanning to connect a L2). Thanks! That was a last resort to connect to the sensor. But quite interesting, that after scanning it listed the sensor with with charaters, after tapping on it , it became blue after the next scanning. Altough nothing has changed in function.
    tzachi-dar
    @tzachi-dar
    @Azucarrr this should work in the latest build (released 2 days ago). Please update both phones.
    @nightscout-ricsi the zip files also contain the logs. Open the zip file, you will find an sql-lite there. open it with sqllitebrowser, than run: select datetime(timestamp / 1000, 'unixepoch', 'localtime'), shortError,message FROM usererrors order by timestamp
    Please send me the logs (or the entire db file).
    Juan
    @JMavs_gitlab
    Hello, I read this article (https://www.minimallooper.com/post/how-to-setup-freestyle-libre-2-and-oop2-to-use-a-native-bluetooth-connection-in-xdrip#viewer-65j2s) and I have a question, is it compatible with LibreLink app, but the Spanish version (inside European Union)? Thanks
    If not I would use the German version
    tzachi-dar
    @tzachi-dar
    @JMavs_gitlab will you be using oop2? if yes, than this is supported.
    Juan
    @JMavs_gitlab
    yes, I have been using the 2.3.0 modified until now, my medical center gave me a warning about "you are not uploading data..."
    so I want to swap to the oop2 with the genuine app
    thanks for the answer!
    JimZam
    @JimZam
    @JMavs_gitlab You can patch the app to upload values to LibreView. Is a bit more complitated, in case you want I can help you, send me a private. By the way, I'm Spanlish too :-)
    Of course xDrip+OOP2 works great and allows you calibrations above the limits of the patched app
    Azucarrr
    @Azucarrr
    @tzachi-dar Great! Thanks! Another question. Are these raw minute values the same as the ones received when using the patched Librelink App? This is the first time I use oop2 and my calibrated curve seems to react faster, that is, follow the minute values faster than when using the patched LL app as source. I used the xDrip original classic calibration algorithm in both cases.
    tzachi-dar
    @tzachi-dar
    @Azucarrr This are not the same points, as they are the raw values not the raw values converted to bg and extrapolated that librepatch was using. But I think that the main difference is that for libre-patched there is a moving average of ˜20 minutes that is used.
    You can turn on smoothing in oop2 as well, by the key "Smooth Libre data" but it only looks at 5 minutes data.