In order to use the one-touch functionality, pair the lock with your phone then use the apps Settings page to enable the One-Touch unlock functionality.
In-App > My Devices > Settings > Enable One-Touch > Walk through the notifications, next 3 times > then change the location permissions on your phone. Allow All the time, Use precise location.
Go back to the app, and enable the one-touch in the settings again, this time it will take you through the 3 times Next screens and to your GPS map location. Zoom in as much as possible. Click and hold to adjust the Blue Home symbol. Click Next > Set your time limit. We recommend setting it for at least 5 minutes.
It will ask you to adjust your phone settings for better usage.
Then you have to leave the geofence area to test your One-Touch. You should get a notification that you left the geofence, that you return, etc
Does the onetouch unlock function support android version 11 phones? I am unable to get the DB2 to work on my Google Pixel 4 XL running Android 11. I can connect in the app, but one touch will not trigger.
It seems like the Alfred app only requests foreground location permission ("while app is in use"), and I believe it will not work unless it also requests background location ("all the time"). Are there any plans to update the app to support the new permissions?
Here is the relevant documentation on the new version from Google.
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