Divemate iOS en divinglog

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Divemate iOS en divinglog

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Ik gebruik nu Divemate (met USB) op mijn iPad. Ik zou graag divinglog willen gaan gebruiken en volgens Divemate wordt dit ondersteunt. Ik kan alleen nergens vinden hoe ik mijn duiken vanuit Divemate kan overzetten. En voordat ik €15,- uitgeef voor iets wat ik niet kan gebruiken...
ik gebruik een suunto D4i, deze heeft geen Bluetooth.

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Re: Divemate iOS en divinglog

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I now use Divemate (with USB) on my iPad. I would like to start using divinglog and according to Divemate this is supported. I can only find how I can transfer my dives from Divemate. And before I spend € 15 for something I can't use ...
I use a suunto D4i, it has no Bluetooth.
Hi, I've used Google Translate, I hope your question is translated correctly. It looks like your question is about downloading your Suunto D4i in the iOS Dive Log app, right? I will point Greg from More Mobile Software to this thread. You can import your DiveMate dives into the Windows desktop version of Diving Log and then sync to the Dive Log iOS app. Let us know if we should do this as a one time conversion if you don't have the Windows desktop version.

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Re: Divemate iOS en divinglog

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Dive Log on iPad requires an additional accessory to directly download the Suunto D4i via Bluetooth. DiveNav Inc. makes a Bluetooth accessory called the DCbuddy (https://www.divenavstore.com/product/796) that will work with Dive Log on iPad (requires an in-app purchase to enable the DCbuddy support) to directly download the Suunto D4i.

Dive Log on iPad can not import dives directly from DiveMate USB on iPad, but it can import from UDDF (which I believe DiveMate can export). So if you want to continue to import your D4i using DiveMate you should be able to export the dives in UDDF and import them into Dive Log. As Sven mentioned, it is also possible to import a DiveMate USB logbook file using Diving Log 6.0 and export the result to Dive Log on iPad via Wi-Fi or via a cloud service.

Please let us know if you need more details. There are a number of ways to interoperate with DiveMate USB so if the options discussed so far do not meet your needs we can look at other possibilities.

Cheers,

Greg

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Re: Divemate iOS en divinglog

Post by oversampling »

Unfortunately it seems that Divenav Inc. has closed its business so DCbuddy is not an option anymore.

Oddly enough Divemate company suddenly decided not to support IOS anymore. They pulled their IOS app off the Apple store and stopped selling/supporting Divemate USB leaving their IOS customers rather angry.

Direct download to Divelog app in IOS seems impossible if your diving computer does not support bluetooth... :cry:

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Re: Divemate iOS en divinglog

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Hi,

Unfortunately, with a few exceptions, there is currently no way to directly download a dive computer that does not support Bluetooth LE to Dive Log on iOS. Apple places significant restrictions on access to USB devices via either the Lightening or USB-C connectors on iOS devices so (one exception is devices that can present as "mass" storage devices like the Garmin Descent Mk1 computer which can be imported with an appropriate adaptor) there is no way to directly connect these devices to an iOS device.

The best that we can offer for many USB or serial only dive computers is to download the device using a desktop app (Diving Log 6.0 on Windows or DiveLogDT on the Mac) and then synchronize the data to Dive Log on iOS. There is a feature in both Diving Log 6.0 and DiveLogDT that allows you to "merge" the dive computer data with dives that you previously entered manually on your iOS device once you have access to your desktop computer again. Using this feature you can travel with just your dive computer and your iPhone and enter dives on the iPhone capturing information like environmental information, GPS locations, signatures, dive site maps, etc and then later update the dive with the dive data captured by your dive computer.

I wish that I had a better answer for you, but that is what is available today.

Cheers,

Greg

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