I had an issue over the weekend, where I was unable to download a recently completed dive via BLE using Subsurface mobile 2.1.4 (22.214.171.124) for Android. No errors were reported, and the G2 did indicate that a device was connected during the download attempt, but Subsurface kept reporting that no new dives were found. Restarting the phone didn't make any difference.
Unlike the desktop version, I didn't see any option to force download of all dives or create a libdivecomputer logfile (although the documentation indicates the latter should be present in Settings). So I'm not sure if the app wasn't seeing the new dive, or for some reason wasn't considering it to be a valid item and consequently skipping it. The only difference I can think of from previous dives, which were downloaded successfully, is that this one was had the G2 set to Sidemount mode. This morning I tried again, via USB from a Windows 10 VM this time, and the dive was recognized and processed without issue. So if it is related to Sidemount mode (and that's *pure* speculation), the issue appears to be specific to the mobile app. The phone in question is a Google Pixel XL running Android 9, which has been used a number of times to successfully download dives from my G2. The G2 is running the current 1.4 firmware. Any suggestions on how I should go about diagnosing this issue? I'll be happy to provide libdivecomputer dump/log files, if someone can let me know how to generate them from the Android mobile app. Thanx! -- "In the beginning the Universe was created. This has made a lot of people very angry and been widely regarded as a bad move." -Douglas Adams
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