Works fine on the Samsung S8+, and connects easily to the scale. I deducted one star because the instructions are poor. It's a bit trial and error to get it to work the first time. I enabled all the permissions it asked for.
Worked the first time I turned it on. Now says it couldn't pair...because of incorrect passkey/PIN. Looked all over, can't find anything about a passkey or PIN and eventually a P1 code pops up. None of these are in the FAQ page.
Doesn't work with Galaxy Note 4. Tells me have to turn off overlay, sends me to settings to turn off 'Draw over other apps" for all applications, which is ridiculous. No idea how other functions worked, as I never got into the application past that point.
It connects with my old android Galaxy4 phone just fine. Scale itself only tells weight, and need App to get everything else. It charts weight and BMI, and does not let one chose the 2nd category nor enter waist measurement to make BMI anything other than a height/wt ratio, which is highly inaccurate for athletes.
Problems connecting to Android phone. It keeps disappearing from my list of Bluetooth devices. The only way I can get it to work is to: 1. Open the New iWellness app 2. Open the Bluetooth setup menu 3. Step on the scale 4. When the scale device appears, tap to begin pairing, then hit back button to go back to the N iW app 5. The app will eventually show connected and prompt me if I want to save the data. This takes a long time and should be easier. I would give this 4 stars if they resolved the Bluetooth issues.
I had to give it access to my location to get it to work even though that had nothing to do with saving my weight data. Super sketchy
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