Beta on Galaxy S9+


(Jim Vahrenwald) #1

I was able to pair cadence, heart rate, and Wahoo Kickr initially. Then when I got close to the start of the workout I noticed that nothing was paired. I had gone out to multiple apps while waiting for the workout to begin.
First I tried to re-pair with no success. Then I tried turning off Bluetooth then back on. No success. Finally I tried rebooting the phone. I could see glimpses of the heart rate monitor on the pairing screen but then it would show “no signal.”
Now I am not able to pair at all.


(JEFF CARR-Atlanta) #2

I’ve got Zwift an a Galaxy S9+, and it will recognize my Wahoo Speed and Cadence Sensors for about 15 seconds, but then the device screen says “NO SIGNAL” on each of those sensors.  I’ve changed batteries and still no stable device recognition.

I only have one WIFI to access.

Perhaps my DirecTV coax to my DVR is emitting a signal that interferes, but I want to ride on my big flat TV and I don’t want to reset my Satellite and DirecTV channels and programming after every ride.

 


(Jim Vahrenwald) #3

Updated yesterday, uninstalled app and reinstalled. Still unable to pair with any Bluetooth device on Galaxy S9.


(Vincent W.) #4

Hey Jim, were you ever able to pair these devices successfully on the Beta? Or have you been having constant dropping issues? 


(Jim Vahrenwald) #5

Not yet. I tried after the update. Had to uninstall the previous version and install the update. Then I tried pairing Shaun. Got the cadence to pair but not heart rate or the kickr.


(Evan Peacock) #6

Managed to pair my S9 to my BLE Lezyne HRM but won’t connect to my kinetic inride BT sensor. All works fine on an iphone


(Jose R Corrales) #7

Has anyone been able to pair that Wahoo kickr to swift?


(Jim Vahrenwald) #8

I have not. The Kickr shows active on my S9 but Zwift does not pick it up on the app.