• Ok, just checked and yes it's easy. Power up the Puck/Pixl, pair it in the Android Bluetooth menu and it pops up a notification asking if you want to use it for Smart Lock. Tap it, follow through the menus and you're sorted.

    I'd still recommend:

    • Updating the firmware on the device to 2v01 - there were some changes recently that really help to improve battery life if the device is connected all the time
    • Upload the command NRF.setServices(undefined, { uart : false }); - while this will allow other connections, it'll stop anyone actually modifying the device in any way.

    Unfortunately there's no way to set a pairing pin at the moment, but there is an example of toggling discoverability with a button press here: http://www.espruino.com/Puck.js+Security­#disable-bluetooth


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