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I installed 29 B2 on an RS2 today. And, enabled Bluetooth in RV3 via the Profile button switch.
Results and feedback.
The install of the firmware seems to be a success and uneventful.
Background. Before the change, A successful connection between my Pixel 3XL and the RS2 via the phone’s hotspot has always been intermittent. The RS2 always connects to the hotspot, but the phone only sees the RS2 about 50-60% of the time on the first try. The Refresh button has never been successful. Only force closing RV3 or rebooting the phone and/or the RS2 works…sometimes. That is why the Bluetooth connection sounds great!
On the Pixel 3XL
After the update, The RS2 still connects to the Pixel’s hotspot without issue, RV3 on the phone still only see the RS2 intermittently, either via wifi or bluetooth. (I use many other bluetooth devices that work fine with the phone and have not had any problems with bluetooth connections)
When the phone does see the bluetooth connection and displays “connected” tapping on Settings results in a grayed out page with a spinning icon like there is no connection. It finally times out (or I can tap the Receivers button) and in both cases, it returns to the Receiver page still indicating it is connected. If I then disconnect from the RS2 via bluetooth, it does not see the wifi option any longer. And then won’t connect via bluetooth again either. If I then force close RV3 from Android settings, I may or may not see the RS2 in the Receivers panel.
If I do, and choose the wifi connection, then the connection to the RS2 is workable. So, with 29.2 the wifi connectivity is still very sketchy with the Pixel 3 (android v.12) and I have yet to be successful with a bluetooth connection.
Using an ipad on ios 14.x and on the phone’s hotspot, it sees the RS2 both via wifi and bluetooth …sometimes. Sometimes it only sees the wifi connection. When it sees the wifi connection but not the bluetooth, it seems to connect automatically to the wifi. If I disconnect it and hit Refresh, it still only sees the wifi connection and again auto-connects. If I then close RV3 and disconnect from the phone’s hotspot, and re-open RV3 it still does not see the bluetooth connection.
If I then reboot the RS2, and re-start RV3, it sees the bluetooth connection. On the iPad when connected via bluetooth, the app is fully function-able unlike with the Pixel 3
It almost seems like that if the RS2 has been running for awhile, the ipad won’t see the bluetoooth connection but it does if I check right after the RS2 has completed start-up.