It says "Not Connected" next to the Shockbox on my iPhone, iPod, or iPad.

This message is perfectly normal and can be ignored.

Once the pairing process is completed, the Shockbox disconnects from your iPhone and goes to sleep in order to save battery life; during this time your iPhone will display “Not Connected” in the settings application. When an impact happens, the Shockbox wakes up then connects to your iPhone for a few seconds then disconnects again. The Shockbox iPhone App does not have any control over the pairing process on the iPhone, as it’s completely controlled by iOS, so the “Not Connected” message cannot be set or changed by the Shockbox application. Seeing this message is completely normal and can be ignored. Do not attempt to pair your Shockbox again unless you are having problems.


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