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Does anyone have this device?  Does it produce the same chart options as the Igrill2 (exporting, logging etc).  Thanks.

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do the igrill thermos work with android?

post #3 of 13
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Yes as far as I know.  So back on topic, it says you can export the graphs to a CSV file or a PDF.  Can someone please upload a screenshot of what the PDF looks like?  Thanks.

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Is this what the PDF looks like?

 

post #5 of 13

Yes, the iGrill mini has the exact same graphing functionality as the iGrill2

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iGrill2 and iGrill mini both work on Android devices with Bluetooth Smart. They have a site for checking if your device is compatible: http://idevicesinc.com/compatibility/

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Originally Posted by Lianne Kersey View Post
 

iGrill2 and iGrill mini both work on Android devices with Bluetooth Smart. They have a site for checking if your device is compatible: http://idevicesinc.com/compatibility/

Thank you 

post #8 of 13

You can only export the graph as CSV. You could then save that file as a PDF.

 

Or you could screenshot the graph and save it as an image on your phone.

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Originally Posted by Lianne Kersey View Post
 

You can only export the graph as CSV. You could then save that file as a PDF.

 

Or you could screenshot the graph and save it as an image on your phone.

 

 

The instruction manual says it exports to a PDF?

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post #11 of 13

Hm, I'm not sure! The one I have for mine just says CSV. You could try emailing them: support@iDevicesinc.com

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Ah okay. Thats the iGrill app. Their new app is the iDevices Connected app. It has a ton more capability than the old app and pairing to your device is way easier. 

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So the iDevices connected app does not have the export to PDF function?  Do you work for iGrill?

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