Adapt BB's new Nike's new shoes have stopped working for some users due to a bad Android update just a few days after their release. Affected owners say the left or right shoe is no longer pairing with Nike's application, which means it can not be used to tighten the clean shoes for $ 350.
Some people have been successful after the shoes are working hard again reset. It's unclear whether people can still tighten their shoes manually by their side buttons or if the update completely turns them off. Some users reported that the update caused the engine to stop, even with physical buttons. Some sneakers have not been shipped with the latest version of the software, and if they do not get the update in time, the pairing process with the latest Android app may result in a lock.
The Android app for sneakers is obviously not very good even when it's running.
When I went to see the shoes in November at Nike headquarters in Oregon, the company showed only its iOS app but guaranteed support for iOS and Android. While it's true that there is an Android app, it seems that the company has failed to devote enough resources to testing it. We turned to Nike for a comment.