kHole - Python Libraries for controlling and reading the Minna kGoal Bluetooth Kegelcizer
kHole (Python Version)
Reverse engineered drivers for the Minna kGoal kegel exerciser.
The kGoal is a Bluetooth LE Kegelcizer device, made to communicate with iPhone and android phones. The kHole project aims to make the device accessible to other platforms, such as desktop, arduino, Raspberry Pi, and other bluetooth accessible systems.
In terms of communication, the kGoal is a fairly simple device, It uses BTLE to connect to a host, with no pairing or long term key exchange. After this, the host can do the following things:
- Request the values of 2 internal sensors
- Set whether vibration feedback happens via “Squeeze Pillow” or “Control Arm”
That’s pretty much it.
To read information from the device, issue a characteristic read request to handle 0x2a. This should return a 19 byte value, similar to the one below:
00 01 04 01 9b 07 67 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
The important values are:
- bytes 3-4 (0x019b in example) - This is the big-endian calibrated sensor reading, starting from 0 based on the last calibration setting and going up. Calibration can be reset by hitting the button on the top of the toy, which makes the LED turn green.
- bytes 5-6 (0x0767 in example) - This is the big-endian uncalibrated sensor reading. It’ll always report the same range no matter the calibration setting.
The python implementation in the library allows access to the aforementioned functionality. As it is using pybluez, it will currently only work on linux. But who doesn’t do their kegels near a linux box these days?
kHole-py is BSD licensed.
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