A new software update for the Nike Adapt BB shoes is causing a bug when paired with Android devices. The sneakers, which just released on February 17th for $350 and quickly sold out, are having issues getting the sneakers to pair via Bluetooth with their Android phones. The pairing is necessary so that users can adjust the tightness of the sneakers via the Nike Adapt App.
Nike has not released a statement on the issue yet, but some users are reporting that they have corrected the bug by doing a hard reset. It sounds like the buttons on the sides of the sneakers, which allows wearers to manually tighten and loosen the sneakers, are still working for most, but not all.
The problem sounds to be isolated primarily to Android users. A select few iOS users have reported some issues, but not to the same extent as those with Android. There are other complaints about the Android app, as well. For example, while presets for tightness can be saved when using the iOS app, the Android app does not yet support that feature.