Wow, technology. Papal applications. A speculative e-currency that sucks as much energy as a small country. Shopping carts that spy on you. And now, a pair of $ 350 mounted on motor and gear wheels that connect to an application to control their fitness … and that can be said "brick" by connecting them to Android.
reader, I'm not here to be ashamed that you spent $ 350 on self-folding electronic shoes. (Look, at least you say about fitness instead of Cairgger beer or something like that.) I'm only here to let you know that the age of our shoes.
According to CNET, users report that the Nike Adapt BB shoe application (though not the iOS version) has serious technical problems since the last firmware update. Reviews posted on the app download page say that he can not always connect to a shoe or another, and that the firmware update seems to have "damaged" the shoes. In some cases, they can be manually restored through a tedious process, although the edge reports that some users have said that shoe engines have stopped working completely, no matter what they did. CNET knowingly noted that shoes are still shoes, regardless of whether the app is working, and that the buttons on the sides continue to function:
CNET knowingly noted that the shoes continue to be shoes, regardless of whether the app works, and that the buttons on the side continue to function:
Still you can wear the pants and walk but all intelligent features in the application stopped working with the update, disappointed users said
"The first software update for the shoe made a mistake in updating, putting the right shoe," writes Asa Domolky, a reviewer.
… Usually the brick usually makes the devices completely useless, at least Adapt BB just turns into a simple pair of sneakers. Also, you can still control adherence through the buttons on the side.
In a comment on the Google Play Store, the user explained in detail what it said was a tedious adaptation of Adapt BB:
TO HARD – FULL SHOES: 1) Hold the two buttons simultaneously for 5 seconds for a shoe. You will see TWO RED EXCLUSIONS and then RED RED before DELETE. 2) Then press + hold one button THROUGH THIS PROCESS. After it turns white, press + hold down another button three times, one or two seconds each time. The first time will turn red. The second time will become YELLOW. The third time will become GREEN. Release the buttons for 15 seconds; is fully restored. Repeat this for another shoe. The link should work! Skip 2/14/19 update!
Nike did not respond to a CNET comment request, although it responded to an angry user on the Play Store page that "We are aware of the problem and are actively working on a solution
Wow, technology. Incredible.