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OpenSeizureDetector Android App - Change Log

V2.5.5 - 23feb2018 - Improved logging to help diagnose network problems
that result in 'net fault' warnings from network data source

V2.5.4 - 03dec2017 - Added option to use either tone generator or MP3 alarm sound, as a user reported problem with tone generator on high end samsung phone.

V2.5.3 - 10sep2017 - Added Pebble App V2.6 which provides better alarm reliability 
- no changes to Android App other than first run dialog.

V2.5.2 - 09 May 2017
Added support for Pebble App V2.5 which includes a multi-ROI mode to improve sensitivity.

V2.5.1 - 07 May 2017
- Improved alarm annunciation for short duration seizures - setting
Latch Alarms will result in alarms sounding for at least Latch Alarm
Timer Duration seconds before resetting.

V2.3.2 - 26 Dec 2016
- Added first run dialog with message to StartUpActivity.

V2.3.1 - 19 Dec 2016
- Changed auto-start feature to start the SDServer background service rather than the StartUpActvity so it will work
when the phone screen is locked.

V2.3.0 - 14 Dec 2016
- Added auto start on phone boot feature (selectable from general settings)
- Added Location to SMS alarm notifications

V2.0.8 - 24 Aug 2016
- Added checks for correct version of pebble watch app for compatibility with this
Android App.

V2.0.7 - 18 Aug 2016
- Added AnalysisPeriod setting to Pebble Datasource to change
the period between data analyses (rather than the default 5 seconds
in previous versions).

V2.0.6 - 25 July 2016
- Added main activity menu option to view log files (via web browser).
- Added options to switch off spectrum display on watch to save battery.
- Changed main screen graph to bar chart and highlights frequency
region of interest.
- Fixed problem with log files not showing on web interface.
- Added system log file to help with de-bugging start-up/shutdown issues.
- Improved handling of watch app settings to make sure
they are loaded correctly without having to re-start app (but I'd still recommend re-starting the watch app manually to be sure :) )
- Reduced ammount of bluetooth comms to the watch to save battery.
- Added support for future watch app features (such as raw mode and digital
filter mode).
- Added watch app to Android phone app package so watch app can be
installed directly from phone rather than using pebble store - to make sure that watch app and Android app are always compatible.

V2.0.3 - 23 April 2016
	Further modification to beep code to avoid occasional crashes
	if system tries to beep during a re-start.
        Log faults to alarm log on SD Card.
V2.0.2 - 13 April 2016
	Modified 'beep' code to try to avoid crashes on some systems.

V2.0.1 - 02 April 2016
	Fixed issue with fault alarms not sounding if watch disconnects from phone.

V2.0 - 30 March 2016
Behind the Scenes
- Merged the server and client apps so only one app is needed to remove code duplication.
- Major rewrite of background service back-end to handle different data sources - either pebble or network so it can act as either server or client.

User Interface
- Added start-up screen that shows the bits of the system starting and confirms they work before showing the main screen.
- start-up screen has buttons to change the settings.
- If pebble datasource is selected, start-up screen has an option to
open the pebble app to manage pebble connection issues, and to install the watch-app directly.
- The main screen has been tidied up a bit, and now includes bar graphs to show how close to alarming the current movement is..
- Settings screen broken down into different logical screens to make it easier to find a setting to change.
- Changing a setting now re-starts the whole app to make sure the new setting is being used.
- Added an 'about' page with links to web site and copyright and acknowledgement notices.
- Added ability to latch alarms so they have to be actively accepted to silence the alarm, rather than it re-setting when the movement stops.
- Fixed problem with the system being difficult to shut down if as multiple instances of main screen could be active at once.