Originally Posted by trent999
No. The iPhone requires BTLE for such capabilities, but Android 4.2.2 as shipped on the TrueSmart does not support BTLE.
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Then I have the following points:
- would Android 4.3 for TrueSmart come soon and with BLE support?
- is it possible to easily add a BT stack that supports BLE to the existing Android 4.2.2? Samsung for example has a BT stack that supports BLE on Android previous to 4.3; and some apps support BLE even if the android base system does not (for example some running tools to connect to heart rate bands, or to BT tags)
- I find the support of BLE is key feature. As other users, I am now using my smart watch for tracking my runs, but With respect to my previous running watch I can't use the Heart Rate Band anymore. Again some apps (runkeeper and so) may even if the support is not i cluded by default in the OS, but who wants to start buying sensors just to try?
- And, once there will be BLE support in our Smartwatch, would there be a solution for connecting to an iPhone?