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  1. Wheellog to GPX

    This ZIP contains the wheellog.jar file and the source code (wheellog.java).
    Wheellog.jar extracts the GPS Data from the wheellog logfiles to an .gpx file.
    Usage: java -jar wheellog.jar [Options] [Input-Filename(s) (with wildcards)]
    Options:
    -y .... Overwrite Output File
    The output filename will be the first input filename with the extension changed to .gpx
    GPS Data from each input file will be put in an own track of the GPX file named as the input file.
    The wheellog file has to have a header column ( imho older versions did not write this columnheaders). The columns "longitude" and "latidute" are used to create the gpx file. Date is assumed to be the first column, time the second.
    Here an example of daily gpx files created and shown in google earth. For one of these days i changed the color to different shades of red:
    (google maps does not support gpx files with more the 5MB!)

    if one has  the data files in different subdirectories (by day) starting with 201?_ one can use a batch file like:
     
    TODO:
    wheelog multiplies the gps entries, since the wheel data has a higher sampling frequency. Found out that gpx size can be reduced to ~1/5 by eleminating the unnecessary entries. (Until i changed this gpstrackeditor.com is a nice tool for this...)

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  2. Gnuplot Current over Speed Script for wheellog data

    Gnuplot Current over Speed Script for wheellog data.
    (see http://forum.electricunicycle.org/topic/7855-anatomy-of-an-overlean/ for more details about this kind of graphs)
    Usage (Windows): 
     
    [path-to-gnuplot-executable]\gnuplot.exe -c "[path-to-script-file]\wheellog I-v.dem" [path-to-wheellog-data-file]\[data-file-name].csv
    Customization of the script file:
    Wheellog data is saved in a csv file with different columns. As far as i know this columns change either one activated GPS logging or not. Also for different wheel brands and types could be different columns.
    This columns have to be entered in the corresponding lines in wheellog.dem:
    ###########################
    #
    # Datafile columns
    #
    c_current = 8
    c_voltage = 7
    c_speed = 6
     
    Wheel specific constants are by now entered for the KS16C (obtained by wheellog data of an overlean in the above linked topic) - for other wheels they have to be changed acordingly.

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  3. Gnuplot 5.0 script for wheellog data

    Gnuplot 5.0 script for wheellog data.
    Usage (Windows):
    [path-to-gnuplot-executable]\gnuplot.exe -c [path-to-script-file]\wheellog.dem [path-to-wheellog-data-file]\[data-file-name].csv
    Customization of the script file:
    Wheellog data is saved in a csv file with different columns. As far as i know this columns change either one activated GPS logging or not. Also for different wheel brands and types could be different columns.
    This columns have to be entered in the corresponding lines in wheellog.dem
    This is either the p1axis1 or p1axis2 variable (p1axis1 shows this column on the left axis, p1axis2 on the right axis.)
    The corresponding title can be set with p1a[1|2]title. (Attention - space is a seperator and can by this not used within a title!)
    The next variables are p1a[1|2]factor, if some fixed factor division is needed/wanted.
    Color can be choosen with df_colors[1|2]. The last variables df_with[1|2] set the line width.
    This sample script works for KS16[B|C|S] with GPS logging activated. For other wheels and depending on GPS logging the column numbers in p1axis[1|2] have to be adopted according to the used csv file format.

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  4. Gotway Android non-social app

    This is the older non-social Gotway Android app that will work with all versions of the ACM, MSuper V3, Monster, and MCM, as of 12Jul2017.
    I personally use this version to control my ACM V2 and V2s+, MSuper V3 and V3s+, Mten3, and Monster. I have also connected to an MCM and configured it.

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  5. WheelLog

    This Android app is arguably the best app for monitoring all Gotway and KingSong wheels

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  6. Rockwheel-2017-4-12

    Rockwheel GT16 app

    32 downloads

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  7. Wheelemetrics-160126

    Wheelemetrics Android apk, built 26.1.2016

    136 downloads

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  8. Ninedroid 2.1.2

    Ninedroid 2.1.2

    21 downloads

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  9. Ninedroid 2.1.5

    Ninedroid 2.1.5

    7 downloads

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  10. Ninedroid

    Ninedroid 2.1.9

    71 downloads

       (3 reviews)

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  11. Ninedroid 2.1.8

    Ninedroid 2.1.8.

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  12. King Song Android App (APK) 2015-10-07

    This is for units manufactured after September 2015.  Apparently you can't get your ISN via the app with this Android APK (you can with iOS version).  I've discovered that your "ISN" (in order to get your "auth code" from King Song) is your Bluetooth MAC address (6 groups of two hexadecimal digits) but "reversed".  For example "12 34 56 78 90 AB" becomes "AB 90 78 56 34 12".
    EDIT: Note that your ISN is not your auth code.  It's what you need to give King Song in order to get your auth code.
    EDIT2: It has come to my attention that with the newer firmware (I had an older version) you *can* get the ISN via the app.

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  13. King Song app (2015-09-30) documentation

    King Song app (2015-09-30) documentation

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  14. Gotway 4.0 Dual Language English-Chinese app for Android

    Gotway 4.0 Dual Language English-Chinese app for Android
    Source: Jane Mo at Gotway

    Important Notes: Make sure to unzip the zip file first. You can't run the apk directly from the notifications panel. You have to run some sort of file manager app and it will work. You also have to enable your Android to accept third party apk via settings.  Please read the following link:
    http://www.ubergizmo.com/how-to/how-to-install-apk-files-sideloading-on-android/

    You must use English (or Chinese) interface on your Android phone when running this app or it will crash. 

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