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Nike’s self-lacing kicks turn to bricks when updated over Android

Wednesday, February 20th, 2019

Nike recently launched the futuristic self-lacing Adapt BB sneakers, with the Android app going live just last week. Our comments section was full of people discussing dystopian futures with rebellious footwear, and they didn't have to wait long — the shoes seem to be bricking during the initial software update itself.

This issue seems Android-specific — the Adapt BB updates just fine through the iPhone, so you'll need to have an embarrassing conversation with a friend where you admit your "droid" can't update your shoes.

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Nike's self-lacing kicks turn to bricks when updated over Android was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Nike Adapt BB sneakers app is live on the Play Store

Wednesday, February 13th, 2019

Has keeping track of battery levels on your smartphone, fitness tracker, headphones, computer, tablet, and toothbrush become too easy for you? Worry not — come February 17th, and you can charge your shoes too, with the self-lacing Nike Adapt BB sneakers. These smart shoes were announced last month, and their companion Android app is now live on the Play Store.

Using the Nike Adapt app, owners of these sneakers will be able to adjust the look and fit of each shoe, even saving up to three profiles with different fits and LED colors.

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Nike reveals self-lacing Adapt sneakers and of course they have a smartphone app

Wednesday, January 16th, 2019

Ever since Marty McFly put on those self-lacing trainers in Back to the Future Part II, we've been waiting for them to become a reality. Nike's first attempt at such a sneaker in 2016 was the HyperAdapt 1.0, which laced automatically when you put your feet in. The 2019 Nike Adapt BB is the next generation.

These new kicks are intended for the feet of superstar NBA players, and as such have design characteristics you might expect from a basketball shoe.

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Nike reveals self-lacing Adapt sneakers and of course they have a smartphone app was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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