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Based on my experince with satrecievers and old tech watches and pda the speed will be adequate for the inner space of the watch 115 kbps so basicily will the same time as a odin upload this offcourse for firmware instalation as for daily sync i thing it is enought also but this mean that the bluetooth is cut out at all ?
 
 
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Based on my experince with satrecievers and old tech watches and pda the speed will be adequate for the inner space of the watch 115 kbps so basicily will the same time as a odin upload this offcourse for firmware instalation as for daily sync i thing it is enought also but this mean that the bluetooth is cut out at all ?

If you manage to initialize Bluetooth and get it to work properly feel free to share your experience. This is firmware programming after all and I'm not that good in that area.

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