The smartwatch is charging. Just flashed the burner in my enclosure, using a Windows 10 VM. Don’t use the /dev/sr1 or whatever, just attach the USB. If you have a shitload of USB stuff, turn the enclosure off, then on, and look in dmesg.
Need to install the smartwatch software.
ASUS Computer International Direct Blu-Ray Writer BW-16D1HT
Vantec NST-536S3-BK NexStar DX USB 3.0 External Enclosure for SATA Blu-Ray/CD/DVD Drive All Black
The smartwatch is the Amazfit Bip.
If you are wondering, yes it can read UHD discs now. It’ll take an hour or so to rip Thor: RAGNAROK.
I used the software from here. The one with a bunch of different firmware and the modified ASUS flasher. I used the “DE_ASUS_BW-16D1HT_3.02.bin” firmware.
The drive might of been a returned one. There was no seal on the box.
The enclosure is overpriced, it should come with 10 screws, not 6. I lost one, because I couldn’t get it to go in. Then I realized to attach the back, so the metal thing doesn’t slide, you need a long skinny screw, like the ones it came with. So I unscrewed the two black ones, and used some computer screws I have. A bunch of different screws, used those to secure the drive.
Apparently, you have to charge the watch, before you can find it by bluetooth.
Got the watch to work, used Mi Fit. No idea why you’d need AmazTools, I changed the watch face using Mi Fit, it’s 12 hour time format now, the reviews say it isn’t by default. Don’t believe the people that say to use AmazTools to change the watch face, Mi Fit does it just fine, and it actually finds the watch.