Brand new Adike BB sneakers from Nike have stopped working for some users due to a poor upgrade of Android only a few days after they were released. Affected owners say their left or right boot is no longer a pair of Nike applications, meaning it can not be used to tighten a fresh pair of $ 350 self-shoe.
Some people succeeded when the shoes again functioned as a rigid reset. It is unclear whether people can manually tighten their shoes through the side buttons, or if the update is completely disabled. Some users report that an update has stopped the engine, even through physical buttons.
This problem stems from the early version of the software embedded in Nike sneakers. Some sneakers do not come with the latest software version, and if they do not get the update on time, the pairing process with the latest Android program can block them.
The Android application for sneakers is not very good even when it's working. Users claim that the program is not built as a version of iOS, and there are no features such as the ability to install different tweaking settings. IOS app, but support is guaranteed for both iOS and Android. Despite the fact that the Android app exists, it seems the company was unable to allocate enough resources to test it. We turned to Nike for comments.