In order to trigger/wake me, but not disturb my wife, I would like the Lucid dreaming cue vibrate the Mi Band 2 instead of the phone.
But I can not get that to work.
For normal (smart) alarms, one can do this by setting ‘Vibrate’ to ‘Disabled’ and ‘Vibrate (Wearables)’ to ‘From start’ or ‘After … minutes’.
But for the Lucid dreaming cue, I do not see such settings, only ‘Vibrate’ on or off (on the Settings -> Lucid dreaming page).
When setting ‘Vibrate’ to on (ticked) and then tapping ‘Preview’, both the Mi Band 2 and the phone vibrate (first the Mi Band 2, then the phone).
When setting ‘Vibrate’ to off (unticked) and then tapping ‘Preview’, only the Mi Band 2 vibrates, so this seems the setting I’m looking for.
But, when the actual Lucid Cue triggers, the Mi Band 2 does not vibrate, i.e. nothing happens.
Of course I cannot be a 100% sure that nothing happens, because I’m asleep, but even with ‘Loop audio 10x’, i.e. 10 vibrations, I do not notice anything, while such vibrations (as an alarm) do wake me up.
I even tried with ‘Vibrate’ set to on (ticked), but then only the phone vibrates, not the Mi Band 2.
So can this (let Lucid dreaming cue vibrate Mi Band 2, NOT the phone) be done?
If so, how?
If not, is this a bug, a design limitation, other?
Thanks in advance for any and all responses.
The Lucid dreaming cues DO occur, i.e. there are markers in the sleep-graphs, both in the app and in SleepCloud.
The Lucid dreaming ‘Ringtone’ is ofcourse set to ‘Silent’, because I do not want a sound to disturb my wife.