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How many connections (incoming and outgoing) can we handle on iOS and Android before they become unstable #337

yaronyg opened this issue Nov 17, 2015 · 0 comments


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@yaronyg yaronyg commented Nov 17, 2015

This is a variant of #335. At least in the case of Android we have seen that if we push the Bluetooth stack too hard it has a tendency to fall over. We need to figure out in practical terms how many connections (both incoming and outgoing) we can reliably handle before things go sideways. Hopefully it's a number bigger than 1.

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