Recently, Sirma Medical Systems released an API that allows other apps to send data to Diabetes:M. An Android app picked up the challenge and users can now send their sensors information or Nightscout data to Diabetes:M seamlessly.
The app to connect and automatically transfer data to Diabetes:M is the popular Glimp. Through it, you can import all your scan and read data seamlessly. This is particularly useful if you are a Nightscout user since you don’t have to manually import all your CGM entries. The app also reads data from sensors. All you need to do is to open Options -> Remote glucose monitoring -> Diabetes:M. Tap on Connection. Diabetes:M will display Data Access Request screen where you can allow access to the Diabetes:M data.
We hope you find these new opportunities useful in and easy to implement in your daily routine.
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Would you be able to work with Samsung Health to share or push my data to that app?
How can I import the graphs of Glimp APP measurements to Diabetes: M? Thank you.
I’d be happy to have the Glimp app data logging in Diabetes:M. Do I need the paid version for this?
Linking with Glimp is part of our free functionality.
How can i get the reading from Glimp to Diabetes M. Please guide.
Hi! My scanner for my libre just randomly stopped working. And they don’t sell them where I am. How can I get the app to scan my sensor? Just downloaded it but am confused and desperate. Please help!
Hi Laura, Freestyle libre scanning is possible through a third party app called Libre Scan on Android. Please note that it is developed by another company and is not an official addition to Diabetes:M.
Is is available for an IPhone?
Hi. If you go to the Google play store, search for the Glimp app, not th he Glimp S. Once you download the Glimp app it should read your Libre.
Call Freestyle they will replace your Reader for FREE!
They only ask you send the bad one back in the box and free mailing label they provide when you get the new free Freestyle Reader.
Call Freestyle support.
I had my replaced.
Also I had a sensor go bad and they replaced the sensor.
I often compare the Diabetes:M libre scan blood vallue with the vallue I get from the finger puncture with my Contour TS. Often they do not match, and want to use calibration to have them match better the next time.
How do I calibrate the libre scan addon to better match my finger puncture vallues? How does the calibration work?
Thanks for the response!
They are not expected to match. Your finger test is “fresher” than your sensor, which because it samples interstitial fluid is 15 minutes behind. I had this problem when calibrating Medtronic Enlite Sensors using the Contour. The “fix” – which has the additional benefit of being far less painful – is AST or Alternate Site Testing. You need a special adapter, the clear one, on the end of your lancing device and I use my forearm to get readings that are much better time synchronised with the sensor.
You haven’t answered his question.
He wants to know how to use his finger prick meter to calibrate with the Sensor.
I did finally figure out how to do the calibrate the sensor with the finger prick meter. In my case I also have a Contour Next Meter that is Bluetooth enabled.
Go into the Data Settings and add the Contour Meter. Make sure your meter was already added into the phones bluetooth. You might have to use the Contour app to get the meter entered into phone’s bluetooth system.
Anyway there is a drop down menu in the add meter section of the data.
When you have your meter registered into Dibeties M software go to the Libre Scan App.
In the Libre Scan App in settings turn on the calibration setting.
Then do a regular finger prick. Make sure on the Contour you hit the enter button so the reading is transfered over to the Diabetes M software you see a popup saying the reading came in go back to Libre Scan software and take reading by scanning your sensor.
That is all to it. Each time you finger prick you do a scan of the sensor.
The Libre app when you have calibrate turned on will not scan the sensor without a finger prick.
You only need to do a couple of calibration readings.
Go back and turn off the calibration setting.
I’m not sure how the Glimp app works with calibration.
This is for calibrating using the Libre Scan app.
The developer of this app does not reply to requests. Hopefully Diabeties M will and the Freestyle Libre system directly into their software.
Is it possible to push the data from Glimp to Diabetes:M without Nightscout?
Just wondering because I enabled the “Data Access Request” but no data going to Diabetes:M.
Diabetes:M looks like a great program, would love to use it even if I have to fight with Nightscout to get it all working.
Hi Lama, I’m having the same issue, curious if you managed to find a solution?
You need to turn on reading from Glimp in both. Glimp has to turned on by going into. settings and under options look for. Remote GLuclose Monitoring. Sroll down to botton of page and you should a DiabetiesM check box. Check it off.
You should then be brought to an authorization screen in the Diabeties M software. Acknowledge the settings. Say yes in other words.
Then go into Diabeties M softare and under Data settings make sure you see under External Devices you see Glimp listed.
I hope I wrote this in a way that is understandable!
Hi I was wondering if there is anyway I could download a glucose scanner on my phone in case of emergencies for my partner as he has his app working and don’t think you can log in on two different phones? X
Are you aware of any plans for adding iOS to this ecoystem, whether Glimp or Libre scan?
None of the suggested solutions work with a Moto X Style. They’re completely useless. Plus, the reviews for the add on suggest that it is quite unreliable for a lot of people. Not sure if suggesting it is a good option.
Can diabetes:m upload or read from Abbot’s librelink?
How do I calibrate the livre scan app.
So if works with any Android device even with Note 8 ?
I have been studying the demo app and noticed that it provides a method to read the last glucose entry for calibration but, would it be possible to have a method to read the last entry from the sensor and also another one to read all the entries? I really like how my miaomiao works with Diabetes:M, so I want to create an app that connects to it and shows a bigger graph with the data and customised alarms.
I am trying to use my smart phone as a reader on my 14 day libre sensor.
I am using the Diabetes M program.
I scan the sensor and it says “scan failed. Try to scan the sensor again.”.
The reader scans fine.
I have the NFC turned on.
I have The Libre Scan add on loaded on my phone and requested the access.
I have the fast sensor, Use Calibration and Upload sensor date all turned on.
I have tried it with the libre scan app open when doing it and I also tried it with the Diabetes M app open.
I am located in the US.
Could some one please tell me what I am doing wrong?
Also is there a support phone number for the Diabetes M and the Libre Scan App??
Did you ever figure out how to fix that problem? I’m having the same issue.
Same issue with FS Libre 14.
Your not doing anything wrong. From what I’ve learned, Abbott has encrypted the 14 day sensors so 3rd party apps can’t read them. I’ve been using 10 day sensors, and reading them on my phone, for the past year. I went to get a refill from Walmart, but they said they could no longer get the 10 day sensors. I just activated a 14 day sensor – my phone can’t read it.
Now I’m looking for a way to transfer data from the 14 day reader to Diabetes:M – without too much pain.
The 14 day sensors are being encrypted by Abbott so 3rd party apps can not scan them and get the data. Found this out by trying to use Glimp and reading the reviews left on google play store.
I have the same problem. I was so excited to get my new 14 day reader and use it with this app on my phone. Turns out I’ve spent hundreds of dollars on a big ol’ turd sandwich!!! I even bought the premium Diabetes: M app because of the integration.
I had the same problem with glimp and Libre scan.
I found that the sensor as a direction for reading with my phone (Huawei mate 9).
So you have to try differente directions of the phone related to the sensor. Theoretically, you have 360 directions to try when both phone and sensor are parallel togheter.
I’ve tried to receive libre data from Glimp, but have no sucsess. Data from libre tranmitting throw miaomiao to my dauther phone with Glimp, and throw Dropbox it transferred to Glimp on my phone.
Diabetes-m is connected to the same Dropbox account and to Glimp.
Glimp is indicste all the data every morning nutes, but in Diabetes I can see only strip measurements from Glimp. What I do wrong?
I sent the same question and the response was that Diabetes:M does not work with the 14 day sensor at this time. They stated they are working on it but not sure when it will be available.
Ползвам Diabetes:M премиум версията,
Ползвам и сензори Dexcom G6 със приложението xDrip+ дали има начин да прехвърлям стойностите на КЗ от сензора към приложението Diabetes:M за да му се кефя на почти 100% от възможностите на Болус Съветника и другите му възможности.
Чест и почитания на екипа благодаря предварително.
Would it be possible for Diabetes:M to link with Glimp on another device, or must both apps be on the same device? Both Android
My Glimp app does not show the Diabetes: M link when the two apps are on different devices, although logged in correctly…………
how can glimp be used with Libre 2 and libre 3 USA senssors