Android Beta: Two devices connecting over Bluetooth

(Zeljko Vucetic) #21

I tried wahoo HR monitor and Favero assioma duo powermeter and it works fine.
Phone is Samsung Galaxy S9+

(Jon Andrew) #22

I think HR monitors connect fine. The problem arises when you split power meter away from ‘controllable’. E.g. you want to have your bike’s power meter as the provider of watts and the controllable smart trainer connected. In that scenario, Zwift reports that the power meter is disconnecting/has no data. If you then pair the smart trainer as both the power meter and the controllable, all is fine.

(Randy Kennison ( WBR D )) #23

Using my Quarq dzero for power / cad works fine stand alone. Once I pair my snap as a trainer, I loose signal on my power and cad. If I pair trainer first, then connect to power meter, the trainer shows no signal…

(Remy Clouard) #24

I could copy/paste your post and s/Vortex Smart/Elite Rampa/

Hoping for a fix for this, right now the only thing I can use Zwift for is recovery rides (where I don’t need accurate and repeatable power measurement).

(Jon Andrew) #25

Well, I have stopped using the Android version until the Ant+ support is sorted for Samsung. For me that is the fundamental issue. I’ve gone back to using the Garmin 1030 for my mandatory 2x20 FTP threshold rides because BLE was giving me problems.