I had to unpair from the Android Bluetooth list by doing pm_peers_delete () when bonding.It's ok. I know why it should.But sometimes I can't find my paired device in the Android Bluetooth list.I must unpair before I can pair again. But I can't unpair because I don't see the device in the list.
Eventually I have to reset the network settings.
After that I can pair again.Why do these symptoms occur?
What phone is it you're seeing this issue in? Have you been able to see the same issue in multiple phones or just the one?
I use several Android phones for testing.
This problem occurs on all Android phones.
I think it's related to security requests.
Are you using an Android app to connect and bond to these devices or just the default phone Bluetooth list? If you're using an app, is it the nRFConnect app or something else?
I use nRF ToolBox app.
and Search and Connect using in App.
What would make the device invisible on the Bluetooth list?
moon.kim said: Search and Connect using in App.
I'm sorry, but what "Search and Connect" are you using in the app? Can you also specify what application you're using and what device on the nRF side? Is this using a DK and one of our examples or what? I'm not aware of anything that should cause a device to go invisible like you're describing.