An issue existed in which old Touch app credentials could not be cleared from the phone, preventing the user from accepting a new credential. This issue is corrected so that the user may now uninstall the current Touch app, accept a fresh credential invitation, and reinstall the Touch app. For Android devices, the credential is deleted when the app is uninstalled. Due to the underlying storage mechanism of iOS devices, this is not the case. For iOS devices, this is achieved by deleting the current version of the Touch app, then reinstalling.
Credentials / Touch App
An error message: "Some credentials could not be redeemed." affected Android version 9, meaning that the credential could not be redeemed until the Unikey SDK was initialized. It requires a user to turn on Bluetooth. Now the Touch app checks mobile app credentials and ensures that Bluetooth is turned on.
Now, when a person is deleted that has accepted a mobile credential, the pending or accepted credential is also deleted.
Touch App Settings
On iPhones running version 13.3.1 and on some Android phones, the Touch app Settings were not displayed as it was designed. These styles related to the Settings dialog have been corrected.