My fleshlight launch is not connecting with Bluetooth. I enquired with IFL and they are saying that Kiroo stopped this support. I am not able to find out how to fix it.
Anyone else encountering the same problem? If so is there a way to fix it?
If you still have warranty they are obliged to fix your toy or send you a replacement in form of their newer product.
My warranty is expired since I bought it 2 years ago or something. As far as I know this will affect fleshlight launch users.
Anyone else encountering the same problem?
This is a very common known issue with the launch-- probably more hassle fixing it than its worth in my opinion. Probably time to upgrade to a better device.
That’s what I am thinking. What do you guys recommend?
Funny, I also just started having bluetooth connection issues. It still connects but it disconnects pretty frequently.
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