Loop Follow

Loop Follow Loop Follow is an open-source DIY (do-it-yourself) iPhone app that combines your T1D’s display information and alerts into a single easy-to-use interface.  It works with both Loop and iAPS. This code was originally developed by Jon Fawcett who turned...

CustomTypeOne LoopPatches

CustomTypeOne LoopPatches The CustomTypeOne LoopPatches (CTO LP) will not be supported when Loop 3.4.0 is released. There are alternatives to most items included in Loop Features in Development. These will be part of the 3.4.0 release. You may be accustomed to using...

Omnipod Issues

Having Omnipod Issues? Pod issues happen to looping (and non-looping) Podders. Common problems relate to static, battery failure, occlusion, pairing/insertion failure and failure of the DIY app (or perhaps the link) to maintain communication during the life of the...
Loop Troubleshooting

Loop Troubleshooting

Loop Isn’t Working! What should I do? First, don’t panic. Read this page, take a deep breath and check out the Loopdocs section on Troubleshooting. Document The first step in Troubleshooting is to document what’s happening- what do your Loop screens...

Backup Plan

Backup Plan: What to do When You Can’t Loop So Loop died, now what? Imagine if you will, a future so amazing … You have been Looping successfully for 18 months Your A1c is 5.0 Your Time In Range is 101% You actually sleep through the night, as does your...

Override Strategies

What are Overrides? Overrides allow you to change your target range and/or insulin sensitivity for a set duration or indefinitely, starting now or in the future. If you modify sensitivity away from 100%, then basal, ISF and Carb Ratio are all adjusted by that...
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