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Yesterday I received a new WICED Sense bluetooth smart sensor tag and tried to check if it works on iPhone 5S and iPhone 6 that are on iOS 8.1.2. The iOS WICED Sense App could not be paired with either of them.
Secondly I tried to pair it with iPhone 4S with iOS 8.1 and luckily it got paired. I was then able to see the sensors working on this iPhone WICED Sense App. However, for no particular reason - it stopped working today. I tried by removing the battery and putting it back as despite pressing the wake button, no red light was becoming ON.
Then I downloaded the latest Wiced Smart SDK 2.2.0 for Windows and connected the tag using USB. I followed the recovery procedure. Now the red lights are turning ON when I use Wakeup button but the bluetooth connection is still unsuccessful.
Thanks JT. I will wait to hear back from you on making it work on iOS 8.1.2.
In the meanwhile, I need help with recovery procedure. When I perform the Make Target step using "... recover UART=COM4" - I sometimes get "Download - error" and sometime get "Recovering Platform - error". I have tried the "PRESS RESET and HOLD --> PRESS BOOT and HOLD --> RELEASE RESET-->RELEASE BOOT" and also "PRESS BOOT and HOLD--> PRESS RESET and HOLD-->RELEASE BOOT--> RELEASE RESET" several times. So
- Is there an over the phone support I can call to get assistance?
- All references to SDK in the recovery procedure are to version 2.1.1 whereas I am using the latest 2.2.0. Would that make a difference in recovery? I am not sure if 2.2.0 supports BCM20737S.
Also is there a limitation for connecting these tags simultaneously to more than 1 device? I thought I read somewhere that it supports up to 8 devices simultaneously but wanted to double check.