Little surprise for us all today... BT have made available a new version of the iOS app and also a new firmware build (v1.02.05 build 10) today.
Perhaps foolishly I took the plunge and did the firmware upgrade - primarily seems to be the new wifi driver that BT tech support were promising a while ago as another attempt to resolve issues some people have been having.
The upgrade went super smoothly using the upgraded iOS app - all looking good so far, although too early to really tell of course!
My 1.02.05 build 01 gave me problems last night requiring a restart. I was going to wait a few days before upgrading to build 10 but decided it was a good time given the restart.
Started the upgrade from the updated iOS client - 2 of the discs updated the other 2 borked and just dropped off. I had to remove them and add them again but also suffered a duplicate name. Managed to fix that and all are running as expected on build 10. So far no issues but I'm going to clear the known devices list just to make it a bit cleaner perhaps.
Day 2 and having issues on the new build. One device lost it's name and reverted to the unknown MAC name. And one set of duplicate names ☹️
Hi @s1myr, sorry to hear. Did you use the red Reset Device List button (at the bottom of the Devices screen) to clear your device list after the upgrade? If not, you may be still seeing these problems because the list remains "corrupted" from before the update, so we suggest that you do reset your list.
Hope this helps. Let us know how you're getting on.
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What exactly do 'Reset Device List' do? will it erase the device name changes I've made?