Not sure if this is a supported use case. Running into an issue with adding a second vehicle to the same garage, using IQ3 sensors on Android for both vehicles.
I can do this successfully on iPhone. I know in theory I don't need the sensors for Android, but I need to open different doors depending which vehicle I'm in, and one of the vehicles doesn't have Bluetooth to connect to either, so I assume I need to use sensors? (In theory there's multiple vehicles that don't have BT I'd like to use this for, but I only have 2 sensors so far). My wife uses iPhone as well, so all vehicles she drives need a sensor in them regardless.
The "first" vehicle adds successfully, using the sensor ID that matches the sensor I have in that car.
When I try to add the second vehicle with the second sensor (different ID), I get a "sensor is already allocated to another door" error. I can add a second vehicle with in-vehicle BT, but not with a second sensor.
I always see both sensors as options, regardless if the first sensor is on or off, when adding the second sensor. I assume this is because the first sensor is already "paired" to the phone, but it seems that the first and second sensors are being confused in the app. Doesn't matter which sensor I pick for the second sensor-enabled vehicle, it fails the same way.
Is this a supported use case? If so, is this just an app bug, or am I doing something wrong?
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