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Gear Fit HowTo for Bluetooth Auto-reconnect with non-Samsung Smartphones using Tasker

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By MrIngenieur, Member on 1st June 2014, 09:10 PM
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As i did not find a answer here in the Forums i figured out a way that works perfectly for my nexus 5.
Maybe this useful for other Users too...

I don't know the exact English wording in Tasker, as my Version of tasker is German, but i think you should manage to follow the steps..

i managed to get auto reconnect working on the nexus 5 using Tasker:

1. new Profile: Status --> BT Connected --> Search Name of paired Gear Fit --> Search Address of Gear Fit --> nothing on "inverted"
2. new entry-Task: Name it "BT reconnect"
3. select Network Bluetooth --> select turn off and then go back
4. select "+" at the bottom menu to add another step to your "BT reconnect" task
5. select Network Bluetooth --> select turn ON again and then go back
6. Go back to the profile-page and long-tap on the green arrow
7. Change the Activation from ENTRY to EXIT, so you should have a red arrow instead of the green one before

if you set all this up correctly, then every time the Gear Fit goes out of bluetooth range, Tasker turns your Bluetooth on the nexus automatically OFF an back on again.
On my Nexus the Bluetooth OFF/ON procedure is enough to get the two devices automatically reconnected as soon as the gear fit is back within bluetooth range of the nexus 5. Tested several times today in normal allday-situations and worked perfectly.
Maybe this helps also the HTC One's...
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Htc one X with CM11 working.... Thx

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Works on my Moto G... Thanks
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I don't think I understood anything of what you just said, where did you find this menu's?

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Originally Posted by MrIngenieur

As i did not find a answer here in the Forums i figured out a way that works perfectly for my nexus 5.
Maybe this useful for other Users too...

I don't know the exact English wording in Tasker, as my Version of tasker is German, but i think you should manage to follow the steps..

i managed to get auto reconnect working on the nexus 5 using Tasker:

1. new Profile: Status --> BT Connected --> Search Name of paired Gear Fit --> Search Address of Gear Fit --> nothing on "inverted"
2. new entry-Task: Name it "BT reconnect"
3. select Network Bluetooth --> select turn off and then go back
4. select "+" at the bottom menu to add another step to your "BT reconnect" task
5. select Network Bluetooth --> select turn ON again and then go back
6. Go back to the profile-page and long-tap on the green arrow
7. Change the Activation from ENTRY to EXIT, so you should have a red arrow instead of the green one before

if you set all this up correctly, then every time the Gear Fit goes out of bluetooth range, Tasker turns your Bluetooth on the nexus automatically OFF an back on again.
On my Nexus the Bluetooth OFF/ON procedure is enough to get the two devices automatically reconnected as soon as the gear fit is back within bluetooth range of the nexus 5. Tested several times today in normal allday-situations and worked perfectly.
Maybe this helps also the HTC One's...

30th June 2014, 02:11 PM |#5  
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Can we have more cleaning explanations ? Cause like @martybg I understood nothing...

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Can we have more cleaning explanations ? Cause like @martybg I understood nothing...

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Here you can find my Export from Tasker... just import and have fun
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5th July 2014, 02:59 PM |#7  
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Thanks! I picked up a Gear Fit yesterday from BestBuy (on sale for $150) and I no longer have to manually reconnect if I go out of range.
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Here you can find my Export from Tasker... just import and have fun

Tasker cannot see _Tasker.txt when I try to do a profile import. Also, your steps do not mirror what is in my Tasker app. I would like to do this but am stuck , sorry.

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I don't know how to import the file. Does it need to be renamed ?

2nd solution, follow your how to, ok until the end.
I just have a message that tehre is no active profile, and the reconnection is not working.

Any help.

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