Lumia Loses Bluetooth Connection with Mio Alpha in Windows 10, Users Report
Windows 10 Mobile is just around the corner, but there are plenty out there who have already installed the preview version. And it seems that the upgrade doesn’t play nice with Mio Alpha fitness trackers.
While browsing through the Microsoft support forums I saw someone complaing about the fact that his Mio Alpha fitness tracker wasn’t synching anymore with his Lumia smartphone after installing Windows 10 Preview. Here’s what he said:
My Lumia 930 WP 8.1 was connected with my Mio Alpha heartrate. After installing WP10 there is no connection. Whats Wrong?
Mio Alpha loses connection in Windows 10 Mobile
As far as we know, at the moment there isn’t an official fix nor other workaround solutions offered by the users themselves. Here’s what somebody else had to say about this:
Installing Windows 10 Insider Preview is what’s wrong. It is not Windows 10 Mobile. It is a buggy incomplete beta test version of software which is not fit for normal daily use, as you have established yourself. Roll back to WP8.1 (hopefully you will manage without bricking your phone) and forget about beta builds until the proper final version is released, especially if this your only handset.
Therefore, it would seem so at the moment that the most sane thing to do is to wait for the final version to be released before upgrading. If you happen to know a solution of this specific problem, go ahead and leave your comment below and let us know.
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