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i am currently working on a PC-application written in Python using several Sensortags with BLE.
Is there a way to adapt the firmware in a way so that the configuration of the movement-sensor is predefined and does not need to be set by the application?
How would I do that?
Can you please help me?
Of course. You can simply look into the embedded code and hardcode the settings. Especially how the incoming settings in the movement sensor service is invoking those settings. Depending how much knowledge you have about embedded development it might be very trivial or a small challenge,
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In reply to J Lindh:
I am currently interested as well in knowing how to do it. Can you maybe explain exactly where to do it, since there are a lot of files which are linked to each other?
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