Extracting Data from Microsoft Band

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The Microsoft Band is not the best smart wearable device on the market. But it does have a lot of potential. Exporting your data from your Microsoft Band does not have to be a hassle. The good news is Jeff Huang has shared a way to do just that. Here is a summary of how to do it:

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To summarize how the Band works, some data is cached on the phone app while the rest is stored on Microsoft servers in the “cloud”. By intercepting the phone app’s requests to the server, you can download the raw data being sent or retrieve your entire historical data like heart-rate, gps, step count, etc. down to the minute level.

You can find out more about this on Jeff Huang‘s website.

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