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    teleriddler
    @teleriddler
    I am trying your method with no algorithm at the moment and am experiencing good results. I will report back in a few days if I decide to go back to calibration or not.
    4RK4N
    @4RK4N
    graph looks all wonky now. values do zig-zag and filtered values tries to draw a line between them resulting in 40% of the values to be above and 40% to be below the filtered line. only 20% are on the line. i think thats it for Datricsae for me.
    teleriddler
    @teleriddler
    Did you remove previous calibrations and start fresh? This might be affecting things
    4RK4N
    @4RK4N
    i hab no calibration until today morning. then i did one and entered it in xdrip with no calibration plugin. shifted the graph slightly but didnt mess it up. looks calibrated. then i switched on ditricsae (who came up with that unspeakable name anyway?) and graph looked messed up. should i delete my single calibration and start over with ditricsae enabled from the start ?
    anybody has any documentation on Datricsae that explain why its acting like this? or is it just black magic i can figure out myself in https://github.com/jamorham/xDrip-plus/blob/master/app/src/main/java/com/eveningoutpost/dexdrip/calibrations/Datricsae.java ?
    4RK4N
    @4RK4N
    found some info on the patched app https://www.diabettech.com/wearenotwaiting/patching-librelink-for-libre2-clearing-the-fud/
    scroll down to the first heading "Okay then, what does it do?" where it says "To be very clear here, the output is not the raw data from the sensor, rather it is the output of the Abbott algorithm that “doesn’t require” calibration." which means data wennt through tthe libreOOP algo already and is "calibrated"
    gonna ask the current maintainer of librelink patch https://github.com/TinoKossmann/LibreLink-xDrip-Patch if he can confirm this
    SabineDo
    @SabineDo
    @sraka1 if you have an "old Tx" (with firmware1.6.5.25 you can set transmitterdays = 0. It is a voice command send with BT. Tx starting with 8G/8H/8J cannot be reseted, because this BT command doesn't work. Until now there is no way to reset and also there is now chance to use the Tx in non-native mode. If you change the battery, you cannot start a new sensor after about 100 Tx days. If you are trying to activate a new Tx, the Tx should have contact to a sensor.
    teleriddler
    @teleriddler
    @4RK4N FYI, Abbott issued DCMA takedown notices for the LibreLink patches on Github. It is forked all over but they are not happy about it. Abbott has integrated the temparature and pressure readings into their algo so things like "compression lows" when you lean against something or when you come out of a hot shower/bath affect the values less. @tzachi-dar can comment more on what OOPAlgorithm does and how it does it in regards to Libre2. I am just regurgitated what I have been told.
    Also the librelink patched app does not currently work with LibreLink 2.4, you need the 2.3 version to patch successfully. Would love to see the 2.4 version working as Abbott says they improved the accuracy in version 2.4
    4RK4N
    @4RK4N
    yeah i would like to see version 2.4 as well
    4RK4N
    @4RK4N
    but i doubt they updated accuracy in 2.4. if so the values from the reader device and the app would be different. unless they instruct every user to use abbott pc tools to update fw on the reader device
    teleriddler
    @teleriddler
    @4RK4N the app for mobile is updated in software, the reader is updated via the reader software and has to be done via OTG cable. https://www.freestyle.abbott/uk/en/reader-update/index.html
    tzachi-dar
    @tzachi-dar
    @4RK4N @teleriddler The way the oop works and also the patched app is by sending the abbott algorithm the same input and therefore it gives us the exact same output. The only difference between the oop and the patched app is that the patched app uses an average of the last few minutes to make BG more stable. But results should be very close to what one would get with the reader.
    teleriddler
    @teleriddler
    kicker22004
    @kicker22004
    Can someone please explain to me why we can't use a 8G unit that has been reset to zero days?
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    Elektrocat
    @Elektrocat
    They cant be reset - if you try, its unusable. PN me if you want to know more.
    Penta
    @Pentagit
    @kicker22004 how did you manage do get that 8G working 135 days in the first place
    Elektrocat
    @Elektrocat
    Was not working anymore - he could not start a sensor with.
    kicker22004
    @kicker22004
    Actually I haven't tried to start a sensor because I am not T1
    So on the firefly the day counter doesn't matter really
    SabineDo
    @SabineDo
    @kicker22004 if you haven't tried to start a sensor why are you writing that you can't use it?
    How do you know that?
    jamespaulley
    @jamespaulley
    Restarted an 8G sensor. Started up fine. Did first calibration, went fine. Just under 2 hours later tried 2nd calibration. G6 was reading 8.0 mmol/l, calibrated with 6.5 mmol/l. Got Calibration Rejected: Unknown Code: 2 in log and Confused Calibration 1 on home screen. Is it knackered? Anything I can do? These 8Gs are a nightmare. Thank you.
    jamespaulley
    @jamespaulley
    I think the error might be because I forgot to use the syringe icon and instead used Initial Calibration again. Question is, can I fix it or do I have to do another 2 hour warm up!?
    kicker22004
    @kicker22004
    @SabineDo I'm just trying to learn why the new firefly units can't be used after the transmitter dates are cleared. I'm here for information is all. I've read that after a set day count it won't communicate information anymore, but does this still apply after the days are cleared?
    SabineDo
    @SabineDo
    @kicker22004 How have you done the reset? Until now I never saw someone, who was able to set the tx days =0
    kicker22004
    @kicker22004
    @SabineDo I have found a way. I have now reset 3 units... But before I go into details I want to be sure it works.. this way we don't have a bunch of ruined units
    SchulzAndre
    @SchulzAndre
    @jamespaulley confused calibration messages you have to Start again with 2h warmup.
    jamespaulley
    @jamespaulley
    @SchulzAndre thanks. What a nightmare. Is there a best-practice guide somewhere for dealing with these 8Gxxx transmitters? What a mess.
    SchulzAndre
    @SchulzAndre
    @jamespaulley I am not aware of that.
    kicker22004
    @kicker22004
    So I am here just to ask... What now? Should I put it on a sensor and place it in some sugar water or something to see if we get readings??
    SabineDo
    @SabineDo
    @kicker22004 yes, that would be great. And than look in event logs after starting...
    @jamespaulley do you have a dexcom reciever?
    kicker22004
    @kicker22004
    @SabineDo Ok I will do.. I don't know much about xdrip or even T1 to be honest.. but hardware I can work with... Does the transmitter status matter??
    jamespaulley
    @jamespaulley
    @SabineDo I do not have a receiver
    @SchulzAndre should I calibrate initially with syringe icon instead of '''initial calibration''' menu item
    SabineDo
    @SabineDo
    @kicker22004 I saw tx with status UNKNOWN and they worked....
    SabineDo
    @SabineDo
    @jamespaulley If I were you I would try to calibrate again with the syringe. Sometimes the reciever would say: wait 30 minutes and calibrate again. Or has xdrip stopped the sensor session?
    kicker22004
    @kicker22004
    @SabineDo ok sounds good. I'll post a photo of the log later after work and warm up. I only have old sensors for base fitment... Can I attempt to start one of those?
    SabineDo
    @SabineDo
    @kicker22004 you can try to start it with code 0000 and see which error will occur
    jamespaulley
    @jamespaulley
    @SabineDo I waited about 30 minutes or more and no data came in to xDrip. It still just said confused calibration. I restarted again and this time did my first calibration via the syringe icon. It worked. Then I did a second and now a third via the syringe and it's still working well.
    Steve Sixty-Four
    @steve8x8
    re reader update: while the German page doesn't work anymore (huh?), the UK and Ireland ones offer 2.4.8 - which had been available since June 2019, so I'm in doubt it will provide any new algorithm comparable to LibreLink 2.4.0.
    kicker22004
    @kicker22004
    Does anyone know how to view the timestamp of a g6 tx. Or if there is a method to writing one?
    Antony
    @acron0
    What is the syringe icon for calibration?
    or where?
    AngelsDebri
    @AngelsDebri
    Hi. My GF just upgraded to a note 10/Android 10 and we can't seem to get xdrip to work no matter what settings we try. Anyone have a suggestion?
    JamOrHam
    @jamorham
    @AngelsDebri which xDrip version are you using? Try the latest nightly if not already using it