Once 'Display & Log' is enabled, the data stream is stored to the SD card.
This app can then be placed in the background, data will continuously be captured and stored while the phone is not asleep.
Displays and Stores MS Band's data:
Acceleration, Rotation, Heart Rate, Skin Temperature & Contact status, UV Index, Calorie, Pedometer and Distance Trackers. MS Band 2 support added: Heart RR, Skin GSR, Brightness, Air Temperature/Pressure and Altimeter senors/trackers.
Requirement: Microsoft Health app & MS Band must be installed and synchronized correctly.
Exported data is in CSV (Comma Separated Values) that you can import into your spreadsheet and do your analysis. Location of the data should appear under a folder "MSBandDataLogger" on your external SD card.
Each sensor data is under it's name and the date it was stored. Switching between metric/imperial units will generate a new header within the CSV file. Option to store in separate files or combined single file format. Use your favorite file explorer to view them. Files may not appear if the phone is attached to your PC when you captured the data until you reattach to the PC.
1 Does not check if you have space - so not much error checking. Some quirks needs to be worked on still but the data displayed is stored.
2 The Altimeter, Distance, Pedometer & Calorie trackers are running totals. It is counted from initial band power up. Only a factory reset will zero out those numbers.
3 16ms sample rate time stamp option is from the band and is not consistent
4 You may need to uninstall and reinstall if the app appears to crash. Once MS Health asks for approval, the program will run again.
1 For storage of preference settings & CSV files to the SD card:
• modify or delete the contents of your USB storage
• read the contents of your USB storage
2 Connection to the band:
• pair with Bluetooth devices