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Joe Rossignol

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A developer MohammadAG has managed to sync notifications between iPhone and Android Wear. The phone itself is jailbroken, but apparently no jailbreaking is required. This is more of an interesting proof-of-concept at the very least, given that Apple and Google haven't officially offered cross-platform support. The method involves the ANCS protocol (iOS 7+) used by the Pebble Watch. MohammadAG hasn't released the app yet for public use.


ANCS (Apple Notification Center Service):

With iOS 7.0, any iOS product makes Battery Service, Time Service and Apple Notification Center Service (ANCS) available to an accessory. The Time Service supportsthe current time and local time information characteristics. The service does not provide an "Adjust Reason" when the current time changes. ANCS uses 7905F431-B5CE-4E99-A40F-4B1E122D00D0 as its UUID.

Via: http://techcrunch.com/2015/02/23/he...-an-android-wear-watch-no-jailbreak-required/
 
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