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cea6 (7th and 8th octets) → data used for encryptionSalt. Each new payload should have a different salt value generated. You can use this value to check whether the identical payloads are encrypted differently. The value itself does not contain any useful information. If you see that the salt value is identical for two payloads received during different time intervals, it would mean that the two payloads received are exactly identical. You can calculate the salt value using the same principle that applies to the uptime calculation (17th to 20th octets) - see below.

0000 (9th and 10th octets) → acceleration on the X-axis at the moment of the broadcast = 0 m/s2. Check acceleration calculation for the Z-axis below.