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The Xiaomi mi band 2 supports alarms that can be snoozed for 10 minutes. When an alarm goes off (lets say 12.00 PM), a tap on the band snoozes it for 10 minutes. A long press on the band stops and dismisses the alarm.


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It looks like a pretty standard Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) device so assuming the manufacturer hasn't done something strange (e.g. like fitbit) then you should be able to use any language that has BLE GATT support to connect to the device and then subscribe to the characteristics for each of the different data fields. For NodeJS there is the noble which is ...


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It probably won't come as a surprise to you, but it doesn't seem like there are any pre-existing solutions which can link your devices together. However, since you said you were interested in custom-built solutions, you might be able to get close to what you want. I did a bit of research into your devices to see if they had open APIs you could take ...


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I've found that this can be achieved using Sedentary Alert in VeryFitPro app for iOS, by selecting the start and finish time with the interval, and a smart watch will only vibrate in the morning when not active.


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First of all, Welcome to IoT Stack Exchange! Now answering your question... I really think you should make your own. All you would need is an NRF51/2, a cheap vibration motor (those are usually rated 3V/70mA), a transistor and some good ol' coding. I researched a little bit about bracelets with vibration that can also be controlled with 3rd party apps ...


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So, actually what I understood, you want something like snooze alarm and also the harder to stop the alarm, the better. I mean like you said about that "I Can't Wake Up" apps. The one thing that cross my mind is Pebble SmartWatch. Maybe you can take a look at the product and read review here. But the thing is, you can utilize the Gentle Wake app which can ...


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Use VirtualBox, you can install android and it supports bluetooth. VirtualBox is a powerful x86 and AMD64/Intel64 virtualization product for enterprise as well as home use. There's a pretty good guide here: https://www.howtogeek.com/164570/how-to-install-android-in-virtualbox/ Depending on whether your bluetooth module is integrated or plugged in, ...


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On the hope that they have used the existing GATT standards for current time services then you might want to have a look at this spec document If they have just made up their own service then your only choice is to try and reverse engineer it. Tools like the ubertooth board may help, but you would need a phone to run the app so you can try and snoop on it. ...


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Set your smartwatch alarm to snooze every 5 minutes.


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