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I have a fitness tracker band from mi (Xaomi). It has an Android app associated with it on my phone called mi Fit. Now, I want to know how to fetch all or some of the tracked data i.e sleep quality, steps taken, calories burned, distance covered etc. into a file that could be read by Windows or Android programs to create a graph out of it. If not, then is there any way to just combine and fetch the data?

  • Take a look at GadgetBridge (available on F-Droid. That's an open source app supporting many gadgets, a.o. Pebbles and Mi-Bands. It allows you to export the collected data. Of course that means you must have collected your data with that app. – Izzy May 31 '18 at 6:09
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    This is a valid answer to this valid question. Please move it into answers section. Do you want me to do so? – iamsumitd Jun 1 '18 at 12:12
  • I didn't do so as it doesn't fully fit your question: GadgetBridge cannot "fetch tracked data from Mifit Android app" – it can only export data it collected itself. Now that your comment signalizes you consider that an answer, I've made it one with some more details. I'm using GB for several years now with my Pebble (which never saw the "official" app) and am quite happy with it. The devs are very active and helpful. – Izzy Jun 1 '18 at 12:52
  • Thanks for your effort. Can GB load data uploaded on Mi web servers when I sign in with my mi account? – iamsumitd Jun 1 '18 at 12:57
  • No. And it never will. GB doesn't have internet access. For privacy reasons it was incidentally written this way. As I wrote, it can only export data it has collected itself, not data from other sources. – Izzy Jun 1 '18 at 13:12
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If it is acceptable for you to use a separate app to collect this data, take a look at GadgetBridge (available on F-Droid). That's an open source app supporting many gadgets, a.o. Pebbles and Mi-Bands. It allows you to export the collected data (see e.g. here). Since v0.24 you can even set it up to do so automatically/periodically.

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