FAQ: Unsupported Wireless Endpoints
Posted by Pieter Vandercammen, Last modified by Vincent De Maertelaere on 24 January 2020 01:42 PM
On new devices you might encounter something like the screenshot below: your new Wireless Endpoint is not supported yet.
What can you do with those devices?
With caution, almost everything; the disclaimer is only text.
The disclaimer means we didn't have time to verify the Wireless Endpoint for this new OS. We didn't verify the functionality and haven't yet verified the performance. Since most OS versions are backwards compatible, there's a good chance that everything works just fine.
Can I do something to fix the disclaimer?
Updating to the last MeetingPoint and Wireless Endpoint helps.
Which devices are supported depends on software running the on the ByteBlower system and on the device itself. Your new phone might already be supported by a newly released update.
Should you notify us?
Yes please, especially when the disclaimer remains after updating. Sending a mail to email@example.com or contacting your account manager is sufficient.
Reaching out helps us determining priorities. And truth to be told, on occasion we might have missed the release.
What devices are supported?
Follow the link below