I’m wondering if Zwift has been able to make any headway on why trainer resistance is so low when using a Drivo connected through Bluetooth (in my case on an iPad). I see several threads here stating the same thing. Having to use the lowest tooth gear on the cassette and still having laughable resistance especially on a 0% grade or negative grade. There’s “some” more resistance on inclines, but not enough to warrant switching gears on the cassette…and this all with having trainer difficulty set at 100% in the settings page.
Trainer works fine when connected via ant+ fe-c to my iMac. A Kickr snap also works fine when connected to the iPad via Bluetooth as well…so this is isolated to the control of my Drivo when connected via Bluetooth.
I’ve been in contact with tech support about this, sent in logs and network issues were blamed. Last email correspondence asked for Speedtest results to Los Angeles, so I provided results to two different servers which of course showed my latency was very low as expected. Haven’t heard a thing since I sent those results. Very frustrating to say the least.