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DiBa_944911
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The "Indicate" button of the CySmart iOS application sends 0x01 instead of 0x02 to activate the indications of a service.

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ShipingW_81
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I'd like to know if the indication is enabled effectively in your test scenario?

Not sure whether the value written to device is "01 00" as well as displayed on GUI. Anyway, it should be a bug of IOS CySmart app.

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ShipingW_81
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It looks the input value "01 00" in above capture is for Notification enable. For Indication enable, you should input “02 00”.

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DiBa_944911
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Yes, but the application writes 01 00 when the button "indicate" is pressed instead of 02 00 ...

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ShipingW_81
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Which version of the CySmart you are using? I checked on my side it looks the written values for Notification are correct.

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DiBa_944911
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Strange, it's the same

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DiBa_944911
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Indicate and Notify disabled :

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Notify enabled : ok ! "01 00"

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Indicate enabled : No ok !!! "01 00" instead of "02 00"

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ShipingW_81
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I'd like to know if the indication is enabled effectively in your test scenario?

Not sure whether the value written to device is "01 00" as well as displayed on GUI. Anyway, it should be a bug of IOS CySmart app.

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DiBa_944911
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I also think that this is a bug in the CySmart iOS app.

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