well all i needed flic to do was to interface with an android device accessibility options to act as a switch but flic doesnt show up as a bluetooth device therefore cant be used as a switch to control the device. I did find the warranty policy but i did not find a way to return the product. where do you click to start the return process?
If you feel like you want to return the product then please contact email@example.com and they will help you out. Regarding HID functionally on Android we really wanted to add support for that, but unfortunately we could not do that since Android has some stability issues with HID devices.
@Emil Thank you very much for the detailed explanation!
While I am able to fix these problems using force-closing or updating myself, less tech-savvy users using my app might not. This was the main reason I wanted to display a button-connection status.
I was already using the getConnectionStatus(), but I think using the FlicManagerUninitializedCallback will solve some of the problem's I'm running in to.
It's also good to hear there might be a way to get pending connection info in the future.
As for the problems with the updated app: It used to update and reconnect without any problem, but last update I was signed out of the application. I had to manually login again to get it working. I'm not sure why I had to log in again (this wasn't the case before), but after I did the buttons automatically started working again.
(I am using FlicBroadcastReceiver and FlicButtonCallbacks to get click events.)