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Golang app that generates GPX files from a Huawei HiTrack backup.
HiTrack data is what Huawei wearables generate after an activity (Huawei Band 3 PRO is an example).
This app gets as input the HiTrack data from a Huawei Health app backup (as SQLite database) and outputs GPX files with support for timestamped GPS, altitude, heart-rate, and cadence data where available.
This app gets inspiration from Huawei TCX Converter which should be used if your backup has a different format (see below).
/HuaweiBackup/backupFiles/<backup folder>/and copy
com.huawei.health.dbto your computer. If you can't find the
.dbfile but you find the
com.huawei.health.tarfile, than you should use Huawei TCX Converter.
For some reason if your wearable loses the GPS signal at the end of the record, the outputted dump doesn't contain GPS data, although the Health app can still show the track. This happen at least on the Band 3 Pro.
The fact that the Health app shows the GPS track let me suspect data is still somewhere, but I didn't find a way to get it :/
git clone [email protected]:tommyblue/huawei-health-to-gpx.git ./scripts/setup ./scripts/install
The app can check the db and list the existing tracks:
If an activity ID is provided, the app outputs the GPX file:
hitrack2gpx ~/<path>/com.huawei.health.db <ID>
The output can be saved to a file:
hitrack2gpx ~/<path>/com.huawei.health.db <ID> > ~/<path>/file.gpx