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  • Sam, (or anyone else who can help)  I've just bought a Decathlon BLE HRM Geonaute and it connects to Decathlon's own app on my Xperia Z5.  So what magical incantation helped you get half way there with your pedals?  By the way are you premium/free Strava?

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  • Update: Removed all other BLE compatible apps: Turned the phone off and on (yes for real) and it connected :-) Happy Bunny!

     

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  • So just to add a hopefully helpful comment on this discussion. I recently got a new Polar H7 heart rate sensor, with BLE. It has "Bluetooth Smart" on the logo. This was to replace an older version (just says "Bluetooth" on logo) that I was having problems connecting and battery drain problems. Turns out this older H7 was not a BLE device. See previous post.

    At first I was having issues connecting the new H7 device with Strava and other tracking apps including the Polar apps. Then I came across a page on the Runkeeper website with directions on connecting a BLE device.

    The key ingredient was to NOT turn on the phone's Bluetooth from the phones settings menu (or a shortcut icon), but to turn it on (connect) from inside the app. Once I did this the H7 connected up every time with no issues.

    Others results may vary...but this has made me a happy camper...

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  • Like Oscar, Pierre and Sean commented before.

    I have the CooSpo speed and cadence sensor (bluetooth LE) and I discovered that It has ANT+ too pairing it with my Garmin VIRB XE. The Strava app is not able to find it but with runtastic the sensor works fine.

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  • I send a request about the CooSpo speed and cadence sensor (BLE) because the Strava app wasn't able to find it but others apps yes; and they answered days later with a recommendation to get in the Strava for Android beta program to get the 5.7.0 version and with that it worked fine; I recommend trying that or waiting for it to get released.

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  • Big props to Andrew Beldecos, his above tip for Bluetooth pairing with a Polar H7 worked for me. Thank you Andrew, x1000!

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  • I have been able to use the CooSpo Cadence sensor with the Wahoo Fitness app, and then have been sharing the workout to Strava, which is a bit of a kluge, but works well for me. 

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  • Aldrete Oscar - version 5.6.0 is now public, so anyone with the CooSpo sensor should be able to connect to Strava without issue. 

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  • As we get more accurate tools to measure power for running, they will become more popular and you will need to add a place for Power on the Analysis of that run activity. You have said previously that while 2017 planning you will look at making Stryd compatible with Strava and adding power to run activities. Any updates or new information?

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