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When I first tried using the blue tooth connection via tablet, I didn't realize that I might have to experience a learning curve thus prompting me to not give a more higher rating for the Bluetooth connectivity option. The same could be said with the USB connectivity to my computer. BUT once I changed my USB cord and acquired a better understanding of how the Bluetooth connectivity operated from my tablet and computer I'm changing my rating from 1 star to 5 stars. I'm experiencing no problems at all, and both methods of connectivity have become a game changer for me. Love how I am able to easily change any effect .or parameter using my blue tooth connection while performing. Using the USB connection at home on my computer has produced a more vibrant visual experience seeing my effects chain, pedal assignments, and the overall operation of the unit on a bigger screen without having to constantly bend down to make any adjustments. on the unit itself.. I'm very satisfied and happily exploring all the capabilities this unit has to offer. Great job Boss, light years ahead from the Boss GT 8 that I've had for over 12yrs.( I thought that unit at time was cutting edge technology).The AIRD technology is fantastic.
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The app represents the desktop version well and allows you to edit and modify with relative ease. I say relative because it only operates in portrait mode which means there's a lot of scrolling. I spent a few hours trying to connect via Bluetooth. The GT was visible through my phone but not the app. After scouring the internet for answers, I read in the app description itself that the phone's location needs to be enabled. The app should detect if its enabled or not and then enable.
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