• I'm using NRFconnect on iOS to check

    I'm afraid it's just a 'features' of iOS. The phone expects that the services advertised by the Thingy haven't changed and it doesn't bother scanning again - and because it's an Apple device, it knows best and doesn't allow NRF connect to ask it to re-scan.

    IMO NRF connect on iOS should come with a massive disclaimer about that as it seems to be a common source of pain.

    I bet if you tried on an Android phone it'd show the services just fine.

    I think if you turned Bluetooth off and back on - and definitely if you restarted the phone - it would show the services too.


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