I’m stuck at the most basic step: I can’t seem to get MIDI Maestro to show up on my list of Bluetooth devices on my iOS device. I press the Bluetooth Pairing button on the MM, the blue light flashes, I never see the MM on my list of Bluetooth devices.
I’ve power cycled MM several times. Power cycled the phone. I’ve confirmed that the phone not only is using Bluetooth but I’ve added other new devices. I’ve looked for alternative names in the list of Bluetooth devices. Nope.
Any tips or thoughts? Anybody?
Edit - I have also attempted to update the firmware. Surprizingly; The manual does not indicate that one has to actually PAIR the MM over Bluetooth before updating the firmware. Somehow I suspect this is an oversight…but I tried the same way that the manual indicates (copied below) and can’t seem to update the firmware. My current firmware is 1.1.4.
When I follow the instructions below, when I selecte “Update Firmware” the app jumps to the main “page 1” setup page immediately. The firmware is not updated.
Press and hold the Pairing button on the back panel so the MIDI Maestro is in
pairing mode. (Do you intend to have the user RELEASE the button, or do you acutlally want the user to continue holding the button? Not clear documentation. User tried both options. Do you intend to have the user actually check and see that the MM has paired?
) Open up the MIDI Maestro phone app (we’ll call it the MM app) and
press the upper left menu button.
Press “Update Firmware” to update the MIDI Maestro firmware. Once complete,
press “Update Default Modes” to up
Running iOS 14.2 on iPhone 6S