This is an Android app to upload data from a MiniMed 600 Series insulin pump to a Nightscout website via a Contour Next Link 2.4 blood glucose meter
Development - getting started
Install Android Studio
Install Fabric Plugin, enable Crashlytics, this should create
app/fabric.propertieswith your fabric apiSecret and also add a fabric key to
<meta-data android:name="io.fabric.ApiKey" android:value="YOUR-FABRIC-KEY" />
(Please take care not to commit this change. If you're considering sharing your changes, or are using a non-private Github repository, you should remove this change in
app/src/AndroidManifest.xmland copy the value as
apiKeyproperty to file
app/fabric.propertiesinstead. See https://docs.fabric.io/android/fabric/settings/working-in-teams.html#android-projects for more information.)
Create a BugFender account, create
app/bugfender.propertiesand populate with
Set up a virtual device in the AVD manager or connect an Android phone with USB debugging enabled.
Use one of the run configurations, eg
- Based on https://github.com/arbox0/MedtronicUploader (though the internals are completely changed for the 600 Series pumps)
- Uses the android-service-example by Philipp C. Heckel
- Project initiated by @pazaan
Disclaimer And Warning
All information, thought, and code described here is intended for informational and educational purposes only. Nightscout currently makes no attempt at HIPAA privacy compliance. Use Nightscout at your own risk, and do not use the information or code to make medical decisions.
Use of code from github.com is without warranty or formal support of any kind. Please review this repository's LICENSE for details.
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