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  • Try upgrading the firmware? 1v96 is quite old now.

    Tried just now with 2v01 and:

    var controls = require("ble_hid_controls");
    NRF.setServices(undefined, { hid : });
    setWatch(function() {
      // Play/stop music
    }, BTN, {repeat:true});

    and it works great playing/pausing videos on an iPad mini.

    I paste the code, connect to Puck, upload it, disconnect, then attempt to connect from my iPhone.

    This is exactly what I did, but do get the pairing message on mine.

    It might be worth powering the Puck up with a long-press of the button, as that will clear any pairing info out of it - just in case that was some kind of problem.

    Also, I should add that if I'm on the Bluetooth settings screen on the iPad then I do see it when doing NRF.findDevices(print) (reporting "manufacturer": 76,, which is 0x004c - apple's ID.


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