Release 0.4.0 brings BLE notifications, nice icons, brightness and sysinfo apps and bugfixes!
Here is the changelog : https://github.com/JF002/Pinetime/releases/tag/0.4.0
Any contribution to improve the UI is more than welcome. Next step : OTA!
@Unairedspecifics @PINE64 oh sorry for this late answer! I personally use a Jlink debugger (the one that is embedded on the NRF52-DK board. It's not that cheap, but it worth it! It's also possible to use a raspberrypi as SWD debugger. STLINKv2 also work but you'll need another debugger to unlock the memory of the pinetime dev kit.
@braillynn @PINE64 Yes, of course! My project and many others are open-source, you can read the code if you want, build any project from source or even create your own. For now, it's targeting developpers, but I hope that one day, anyone will be able to flash the OS of his choice and use the watch on a daily basis!
Here is the list of projects in development : https://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/PineTime#Development_efforts
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