Briar on PIxel 2 able to link with two mailbox devices
Steps to reproduce: (17th June)
Install newest version of Briar on Pixel 2 (android 11) Install newest version of mailbox on Nokia 3.2 (android 10) Install newest version of mailbox on Samsung 6810 (Android 4.1.2)
Link the Briar app on Pixel 2 with mailbox app on Nokia 3.2 When both devices show the 'Connected' screens, switch the internet off (at router, modem...)
Both devices show the offline screen. Pixel 2 shows offline screen (briar app) and Nokia 3.2 only shows the offline screen after I tap on Finish.
The Briar offline screen has a button Try again. this works well before the two devices are actually linked, and it gives them the opportunity to try and link again.
However, this button is still available even after they have successfully linked.
Switch the internet back on. I restart the internet. Nokia 3.2 shows the Mailbox is running screen. Pixel 2 still shows the offline screen. If I tap the Try again button, it leads me to the Scan Mailbox QR code screen.
**- It should show me Mailbox is runnign screen at this point. **
I then take another device (Samsung 6810) and display the QR code. I use the briar app (which is already linked to one mailbox) to scan the code, and the scan goes ahead OK. I get a success screen.
This means that I am able to use briar to connect to two different mailbox devices.
At this point, each of the two mailbox devices is showing Mailbox is running screen, as does the Briar app.
Repeated the same steps twice - it appears to be repeatable.
I have tried to repeat it with another combination ofdevices - HTc E9 One Android 5.0.2, Samsing I9195 (Android 4.4.2) and Nokia 3.2 Android 10. Using HTC as the briar device, I still get the 'Try again'button on the offline screen, and it takes me to the Scan the QR code screen. But scanning doesn't seem to work - ie I just get Unable to connect, Try again. This workflow seems slightly different from the above one, but it is still not correct...