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I have started using sleepbot Android app with "track sound" feature turned on, but am having a hard time getting access to sound data - I can only see it as a graph on the app itself. A recommendation for how a way to export it from the sleepbot app, or another app that allows to do that would be appreciated.

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    Does the dashboard after login on their webapp provide what you require? click on try it now on this page for dashboard. – mk117 Jun 15 '15 at 19:00
  • Try sleepasandroid and talk to the developer. He might agree to do it. – Rohit Gupta Jun 16 '15 at 22:24
  • 1. Why would you like this? 2. As mk117 said: Have you set SleepBot to sync with the SleepBot cloud service? Have you logged into the service? Did this fulfill your needs? – unforgettableid Jun 22 '15 at 17:59
  • 3. Tony French writes here that SleepBot retains full copies of each night's sound recording. (But I suspect that you may have to tweak SleepBot's "Settings > Sleep Tracking > Recording Threshold" setting first.) Have you tried using an Android file manager, such as OpenIntents File Manager, to access the recordings? – unforgettableid Jun 22 '15 at 18:02

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