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    Im trying to change the reporting interval that the uv sensor uses to time its measurements. I saw a windowsphone developer using SupportedReportingIntervals and ReportingInterval properties, but I can't seem to find anything similar for IOS. On IOS you would do something like:

    [self.sensorUV.client.sensorManager startUVUpdatesToQueue:nil errorRef:nil withHandler:^(MSBSensorUVData *UVData, NSError *error) {
    NSLog(@"Starting updates");}];

    on winphone:
    bandClient.SensorManager.Ultraviolet.StartReadingsAsync();

    it seems that the Ultraviolet class doesn't exist the same way on ios.

    Does anybody know i theres a way to customise readings on iOS?

    (Im also wondering if property isDeviceConnected is KVO-compliant; can't find any info about this anywhere nor in the API, but seems to be not working even though I figured it should be)
    04-11-2015 04:01 PM

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