divendres, 12 d’octubre de 2018

Export data from Xiaomi mi band 2 easy (Updated!)

I did some posts about how to get your data from your mi band or your xiaomi gadged. And I have now GOOD NEWS for EU citizens!

We have the right to ask for our data (¿¿Remember GDPR??), so you don't need to do techie things or any hacks to get your data, it's as easy as ask for it to xioami: privacy@huami.com.

Or without email:

You can export your data by signing into mifit.huami.com/t/account_mifit and selecting "Export data".

:-D

It will download your data in CSV format!

This works for huami articles like (Mi band) you may have to read about privacy for other xiaomi products.

dijous, 3 de maig de 2018

Flickering screen ubuntu 18.04 lenovo yoga 910

After a lot of Googling I found a workaround for Intel (i915)

open terminal
gksudo gedit /etc/default/grub
edit line GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash”
add i915.enable_psr=0 in the quotes e,g.
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash i915.enable_psr=0”
save
sudo update-grub
reboot

Extracted from https://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-2339302.html 

divendres, 10 de novembre de 2017

Export data from Amazfit Bip



I have changed my Mi band2 to an Amazfit Bip. I was so happy with my Mi Band 2 but I made the big mistake to forget it with my dirty clothes and it ends up in the washing machine reaching the cruel dead.

Well, now I have an Amazfit bip and everything is happiness :-)

But... I want to export my data from Amazfit BIP too!

So, given that I use the same APP to connect to my new wearable (Mi Fit), I tried to export my data the same way I used to do and SURPRISE! It works!

Follow the link to know how to do it..




dimarts, 5 de setembre de 2017

Citrix and SSL Error 61 Ubuntu 16.04

1) Install "Receiver for Linux Web client (x86_64)"
2) Assure that the Firefox Plug-in "Citrix Receiver for Linux" is enabled and Allowed
3) Export the certificate from Firefox clicking on the lock and viewing the Certificate
4) Save the exported certificate to the folder:  
"/opt/Citrix/ICAClient/keystore/cacerts" in a *.pem format

dissabte, 1 de juliol de 2017

$npm-install-all /usr/bin/env: ‘node\r’: No such file or directory

If you are using linux and you have this error:

 /usr/bin/env: ‘node\r’: No such file or directory  
when trying to use: npm-install-all..

Here you have the solution:
1) Check where do you have it installed

 $locate npm-install-all  
2)In my case is in: "/usr/lib/node_modules/npm-install-all"
-Let's go there:

 $cd /usr/lib/node_modules/npm-install-all/  
3) Convert the index.js file from windows format to unix using dos2unix (sudo apt-get install dos2unix)
 $ sudo dos2unix index.js  
dos2unix: converting file index.js to Unix format ...

Solved!

Now it's working!

dilluns, 26 de juny de 2017