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Is there any one tried to get CC254x (even CC26xx) working with the latest Android 6.x Marshmallow? We heard there are issues from multiple sources. We are still looking for any Android 6 device to confirm. Will get back here and let everyone know once we have a device to test it.
Ed (TI): ** Update Dec 9, 2015: See Dec 9 post confirming Android 6.0.1 (Nexus 5) update is now compatible with BLE 1.4.0 and earlier BLE-Stack releases. Peripherals that are Pairing with Android devices that do not yet incorporate this change will need BLE 1.4.1 to remain compatible with smart devices that implement LE Secure Connections (BT4.2) Pairing.
Ed (TI): ** Update October 2016: Reports of compatibility issues with Android N and BLE-Stack 1.4.2/1.4.2 are not related to Pairing. An update to improve the performance of the SNV read operations can be made by replacing the findItem() function in osal_snv.c with the version in the the attached findItem.txt.
Ed (TI): ** Update May 2018: TI has fielded inquires about peripheral devices not detected after upgrading to Android 8. Previously, these devices were detected with the same handset running Android 7 (or earlier). The issue has been traced to improperly formatted data within the peripheral's ADV or scan response (SCAN_RSP) PDU. Specifically, if the length byte in the ADV or scan response does not match the actual payload of the proceeding AD data type (e.g., Manufacture Specific Data), Android 8 will not present the peripheral device to the application. Please ensure that your advertData and scanRspData arrays properly set the "// length of this data" for the given AD data type.
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In reply to JXS:
We did test it on a Nexus 7 (Android 6.0, Build MRA58K). SDK 1.4.0 does not work and SDK 1.4.1 works fine.
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In reply to Karim Houni:
In reply to Moby Chiu:
TI does not have visibility as to when a respective phone OEM (i.e., LG for Nexus 5) will issue an OTA or ROM update incorporating the patch listed above.
If you have not shipped your product, I strongly recommend you upgrade your firmware to BLE 1.4.1 which does not have the Android6 LE Pairing compatibility issue.
Thanks for your answer.
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