Totally understand the road ahead. Happy to help through this process. I do have the #watch tag in my notes (as well as the watch icon on the graph screen). Great to know that server in the status bar does mean it’s running so that is not as likely. That is also why I turned the server off yesterday during the day (assuming I’d save battery life on my phone).
I’ll get that log file over to you shortly. Hopefully it will bring some insight.
Makes sense that it’d be the JS app between the watch and phone acting up. I do notice with other app notifications that there are weird delays or times that it never happens. Can’t wait to read you post and see what you’ve learned about it. Hopefully FitBit will be investing deeper into their OS and it’s framework.
Again happy to help. I had a Pebble and Bip, so I’m familiar with the watch tracking. @djjstew The cool thing about the watch tracking is that you can put your phone on the other side of the room to make you get out of bed (true story). Also, my wife’s movements are not as much of an issue in my tracking because it’s on my body, not the mattress.
Oh, also, I’ve kinda said this, but to clearly say it, I have a Pixel 1 running stock [Verizon] Android 9 and a FitBit Versa Special Edition.
Also, just saw there was a beta build for 20190315 and I’m installing that today to try tonight.