• Some users are reporting that updating the firmware on Nike‘s new $350 Adapt BB self-lacing smart sneakers with an Android phone is leading to the shoes breaking.
  • The right sneaker appears to stop responding after the update.
  • The issue does not seem to affect the Apple version of the shoe’s companion app.
  • The shoes were released on Sunday.

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Some users are reporting issues with Nike’s newest self-lacing sneakers.

According to feedback left by several users on the Google Play store, updating Nike’s $350 Adapt BB self-lacing smart sneakers with an Android phone is leading to the shoes breaking.

The shoes were released on Sunday, but a firmware update was immediately available for them. Some users said that the shoes worked out of the box, but when they updated the firmware, the shoes refused to pair with the app.

Multiple users said in their reviews that when they attempted to pair the sneakers with the app, the app relayed a message that the sneakers had already been paired, and the left shoe stopped responding completely.

“App will only sync with left shoe and then fail every time,” one…