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iPhone Notifications on Gear via Growl ?

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18th March 2014, 01:53 PM   |  #21  
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Originally Posted by fOmey

Dude read the instructions on the site you posted..

If you use bluetooth a IP is not needed...




The IP, must be a public IP.. not a local IP which bluetooth tethering would use.

Do you know a service that offers a free public IP adress for free ?
And how the Gear would get notifications from the internet ? they would have to be pushed to the gear ...
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18th March 2014, 02:21 PM   |  #22  
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Its possible to do, although you would need a iphone jailbreak developer to code up a app..

For example look at M2D, it sends notifications from a android phone to the gear without gear manager.. it is possible.. I just dont know if there is already a existing app out there to do it.


Yeah the problem is to find a developer that has a Gear and an iPhone
19th March 2014, 02:32 AM   |  #23  
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So for the moment I am trying to use internet to send notifications to the gear. What I want to do is Each time the iPhone will get a notification then it will push to pushingbox the notification, than pushingbox will transmit to NotifyMyandroid which is installed I the gear. The delay is pretty correct (2-3 seconds I think).
The main problem here is to get an app that will send data to pushingbox. I tried something but did not want to work for the moment.
If someone has some knowledge or anything any help is welcome !
Stay tuned
22nd March 2014, 12:27 AM   |  #24  
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I come with bad news, What we have to do to get all the notifications is to develop a mobile substrate tweak that would catch all the notifications and push them. I wanted to do it with pushingbox that could then push them via notifymyandroid to the Gear but i don't have any knowledge in objective-c and all the developers i tried to contact did not want to help me because they stopped working on IOS.
There was also a tweak named Notify Pro that could send notifications to different service but it has been discontinued after IOS 5 or 6 and the developer also did not want to come back in the scene.
So i am alone here and cannot do anything. I'm sorry but i Think that it won't be possible ...
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