Windows 10 using built in bluetooth. Scosche Rythm+, BT Xbox One Controller(Xbox controller linked to PC as well, no console involved). First couple times I was doing an easy recovery ride and decided to play a game with a controller and everything was fine. Then 2 nights ago I started seeing low heartrate that didn’t match my watch. Yesterday and today as soon as I turn on the controller Zwift loses signal completely on my heart rate monitor.
I originally thought this was an operating system problem, but I noticed windows still detects the Scosche fine, if I turn off the controller AND restart zwift, I can then see the heart rate monitor in Zwift. Until I restart Zwift the heart rate monitor will NOT show up in the choices, even if I restart the heart rate monitor.
All these things lead me to believe Zwift is actually where the problem lies.
It’s not the end of the world, I can either choose not to have heart rate on my video game rides, or look into buying an ant+ dongle in hopes that there is no interference there.
I just figured I’d see if anyone had some other trouble shooting ideas or similar incidents.