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About uekarashi

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  • Birthday 09/16/1988

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    Singapore
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    InMotion V3Pro / KS18L / IPS S5

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  1. Huh, I wonder. I do basically use it for my commute. I haven't run into new issues so far, so hopefully it was just my phone being more useless than usual that day
  2. Perhaps. I tried it again yesterday - PIP disabled, tour tracking on, CSV off - and that was fine! I can't imagine CSV logging is the choke point, so hopefully this was just a heisenbug that never shows up again
  3. Just give it an increasing series of thumps, it'll be fine
  4. I only bother mentioning it because @Seba's Wheellog didn't cause the same phone to struggle, and EUC.world does. I'm happy for you.
  5. That would be pretty cool. I'll run my own build and until that's out then. Ta! Additionally, the new map display while riding is pretty excellent, but running the app seems to bog my phone down completely to the point of unusability. I have PIP disabled in case that was what was chewing up resources, but simply running CSV+tour tracking made me unable to launch my camera, swap to IM to check in with @hyperair, and so on. Has this been observed? I'm running on a Xiaomi Mi A1, stock Google One.
  6. Nice. I see there's potentially room left in PreferencesFragment - should I go ahead and figure out how to reimplement PR #3 from WheelLog?
  7. It's not the only top-heavy wheel on the market; the InMotion V5f and V8 are also top-heavy due to battery placement.
  8. It's actually most of the work. After which it's a couple of screws, and a couple of connectors.
  9. @hyperair has literally done this on a V8. It was not a big deal, at all. We stopped for about 15 minutes and it took all of one Philips screwdriver in terms of tools.
  10. This would be really perfect; I really only want my cool long trip to just be a single-coloured line so it shows up as my 'latest' trip for the forum signature. No stats/graphs at all is great.
  11. Every wheel takes learning - I ride my 18L in an urban environment daily (half my commute, 15km or so) and it only gets better with time :)
  12. That looks like a fun happy summer ride, love it <3
  13. Well, that was lovely! I don't care much if it's placebo from reading all these forum posts, but: - acceleration and braking does seem sharper than before (it flies off the mark, and I can stop in the same or smaller stopping distance from what feels like higher speeds) - it stays level through long sweeping turns and just barely dips coming out of a tight radius turn I didn't take note of my battery, but I'll do so today and see if consumption is any improved - I tend to get something usually like 1.5% drop / km normally. Who knew it was possible to love the 18L more, but now that I've fixed (I think) the case rub issues, and it's handling like this, it's pure joy to ride.
  14. Oh, not at all. I just didn't want anyone misled that I had any kind of skills at all, when I was just hacking on it for selfish reasons. Nor more wheels than I actually have who do you think I am, @Marty Backe?
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