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May 2019 Smartwatch Updates: What’s happening with LEM9, DT28, WhatsApp and More

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Updates regarding:
WhatsApp Malware Warning
LEMFO LEM9 Firmware Status for Bracelet Mode
DTNo.1 DT28 Firmware Status for ECG Simulated Heart Charts
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Comment (6)

    1. Haha, thanks! There was just so much stacked up I needed a way to get this out, especially after the WhatsApp thing today and all our Android watches potentially being vulnerable to a silent malware attack. Nasty stuff. Personally I wouldn’t have a SIM in and WhatsApp on a smartwatch. There’s lots of other ways of communicating, including Google’s own methods. No need to be totally exposed by both Facebook and now WhatsApp.

    1. I would stay sitting on the fence for awhile longer. I don’t have trust or confidence that the always on modes will return, even though we have been told they will. Each time I hope for better and end up loosing another always on mode. If they take away the always on heart rate screen and make it viewable only by pushing a button, that will be the last straw for me. As it is now, that’s all I wear it for when I’m working in the yard or exercising because I like that large digit heart rate reading.

  1. Hey Ticks, it looks like you did an update on the Lem 9 like I did and ran into the same issues I got regarding that bracelet mode home screen only lighting up for 2-3 seconds and then going off. Is it just me or the newer firmware updates are actually backtracking a bit? I was a bit frustrated the bracelet mode/always on time display are not making improvements with these updates. First the Lem 9 lost Always on Time and now the newest one got rid of Always on time in bracelet mode. I stopped using my Lem9 and actually in the process of requesting a refund thinking it was faulty parts.

    I got the Lokmat Lok02 after seeing your review on it and it’s by far way better than the Lem 9 and the best smartwatch I ever got. Looks like I’ll be using the Lok02 and maybe gift the Lem9 at some point.

    Thanks for the vid!

    1. If you can’t send the LEM9 back for a refund (which at this point, sad to say, is what I would recommend due to lack of progress with the firmware), then hold onto it for awhile and we have been told the good features will return. It is totally beyond me why they would push out incremental test firmware to the public, but they obviously have. Within a month this should all settle down and we’ll finally know what this dual processor smartwatch will actually do.

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