Mi Band 3 supported by Sleep as Android

Thanks to another breath-taking effort of Zdenek Horak, the mastermind behind the Tools & Mi Band app, we can announce that Mi Band 3 is fully supported by Sleep as Android.

All features are working exactly the same as on Mi Band 2 – you get sleep tracking, heart rate measurement and alarm vibration on your wrist.



8 thoughts on “Mi Band 3 supported by Sleep as Android

  1. Not true!! First the watch stores its data as *.fit files. They are downloaded by Garmin Express like the other Garmin watches. The exercise is available to other apps like Strava and Speedo. My guess is that the same is true for the sleep data. Look for it. It may not be in the form you want it for “Sleep…”, but it most likely is there!!

    1. That’s a different thing. If you want to have your data from Vivofit 3 in Sleep as Android for statistical analysis, you can already do that using fitnesssyncer.com to get your data from Garmin cloud to Google Fit or S Health and from that we import them automatically.
      But what I was talking about was that you cannot get the data from the watch in realtime, so the smart wakeup and other realtime features like awake detection won’t be available.

  2. Hi I have the vivosmart 3 and was hoping for just bluetooth heart rate monitoring. Is there any chance that may be supported in the future? I know ghostracer sees it as a bluetooth hrm sensor so was hoping this could be added to your app? I prefer using sonar but with hrm…

    1. Hi Michael, if ghostracer can see it as bluetooth hrm sensor, then so should we — could you please try it? Just enable Settings > Wearables > Bluetooth smart and then start sleep tracking. The app will do a search for nearby BT HRM devices. Please send me a debug log (menu > report a bug) after about 5 minutes.

  3. I am going to invest in a miband just for SaA. Is there any advantage to getting a 3, or are all functions equally available on a 2 including heart rate.?

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