Sync your fitbit one/force/flex/zip from Ubuntu with galileo

Thanks to Benoit Allard, there is now a way to sync the newer fitbit devices from within Ubuntu!  I’ve packaged it up and put it in my PPA, so now it’s easier than ever to sync your Fitbit.  To install (make sure the USB dongle is plugged in):

 

The sync should now happen in the background, and will sync automatically every 15 minutes.

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| April 28th, 2014 | Posted in Uncategorized |

8 Responses to “Sync your fitbit one/force/flex/zip from Ubuntu with galileo”

  1. Garrett Nay Says:

    Thank you for this! I had no idea that people were still working on Fitbit sync for Linux.

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  3. Adrian Says:

    Finally I found this solution. I am new in linux and this solution make me can breath now. :)

  4. felipe Says:

    Will I be able to make it work with Galileo and only Galileo?
    I don’t have a windows/linux box available or a compatible phone.

    I have Galileo running (thanks), but it reports:
    Skipped because recently synchronised
    Or if I run it with the –force:
    Synchronisation failed: no tracker

  5. felipe Says:

    Hi again,
    Benoît Allard has confirmed I need to sync first using the win/mac client, or wait for Galileo v0.5 as it should be able to also take care of the pairing.

  6. Alan Jackson Says:

    Works beautifully!

    Thanks,
    Alan Jackson

  7. bodo Says:

    sudo apt-get install galileo
    Reading package lists… Done
    Building dependency tree
    Reading state information… Done
    E: Unable to locate package galileo

    any idea what the problem is?? Sure would like to get this working.

  8. cwayne Says:

    bodo what version of Ubuntu are you running?

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