Hi hes, thanks for your feedback. Happy to expand...
You're not giving much information to go on, other than that you don't think bluetooth is being turned on. If you've enabled bluetooth by having FP-10 on and pressing c#7, what are you doing then to determine that bluetooth is not enabled?
As best I can remember based on when it was working, the FP-10's "Function" button flashes when the Bluetooth is searching for a device, and stays solid when it is paired to a device. Mine is simply off. I could be wrong about this, but I think this is how it's supposed to work.
Are you opening the Piano Partner app? and if so, what are you doing to create the connection in Piano Partner?
I am using the Piano Partner 2 app, yes. It's a fabulous little app (when it works). This is what I use to connect my iPad to the FP-10 (not the iPad's bluetooth settings).
Also, what you mean by "not paired" is unclear. Once you've paired the FP-10 it will stay as a paired device on your phone, regardless of whether the FP10 is on or off, or its bluetooth is on or off. You don't need to repair it, you just reconnect when it's on and bluetooth is active. I paired my FP-10 when I got it last year, haven't re-paired it since then. So I'm wondering what you're talking about when you mean it was paired but now apparently it's not.
This is precisely what I found so puzzling. Again, my kids may have fiddled with the buttons (not sure what they did exactly or even if it was anything they did... in any case a factory reset should have undone all of it). In my attempts to get it working, I instructed my iPad to "forget" the FP-10 in hopes of getting it paired again. Now the FP1-0 doesn't show up on my iPad at all... I don't see the FP-10 in the PP2 app or in the Bluetooth settings of my iPad.