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Themes integrating the Samsung S Health Pedometer?

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4th August 2014, 05:47 AM   |  #1  
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Does anybody know of any Themer designs that integrate the S Health pedometer count? I imagine I could do one myself, but I figured I should check and see if anybody has beaten me to it. Thanks!
4th August 2014, 11:33 AM   |  #2  
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Does anybody know of any Themer designs that integrate the S Health pedometer count? I imagine I could do one myself, but I figured I should check and see if anybody has beaten me to it. Thanks!

We don't know if anyone has done this yet, however if you do manage to get to work, let us know!
16th September 2014, 04:53 AM   |  #3  
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We don't know if anyone has done this yet, however if you do manage to get to work, let us know!

I would love to see a widget that can display my steps for the day right on my home screen. this would have to pull the data from the stock lg health app. Above my pay grade though
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I took a cursory glance into how S Health stores it's data.

There are 3 SQLite3 databases at '/data/data/com.sec.android.app.shealth/databases', but the ones that have what we want look to be encrypted. The one that's not encrypted looks to be empty.

Other than that, I have no idea how we'd interact with S Health.
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