@tony Android's Bluetooth team messed up the update to Android 9. The cached GATT db structure is erased for bonded devices after the update, so the API gives an empty list of GATT services, making it impossible to communicate with the GATT characteristics. The only way to make it work again seems to be to unbond the Bluetooth device from the system and then bond again.
I can't seem to find this setting in the Flic app version 3.4.2
I'm running trough batteries like crazy and would like to try the passive mode to fix this.
Anyone have any idea where I can find this setting now exactly?
It's just a shame, this product is on the market for years, better integration and lower prices should make this a much better product.
As for now, I think I will let it go.
These flic buttons cost little to make, I know it's a business and understand they have to make a profit, lowering prices though and much better support would sell a lot more.
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