I just want to confirm from my side the ricklbrand post :
….tried the ‘quickly connect both’ and it seems to have worked. Had to wait until the 1st was ‘Connected’ before I could quickly click on the 2nd. Then when the H9 allow/ignore popup appeared for the 1st connection, I selected ignore. When the 2nd popup appeared, I clicked allow and when H9 Control opened, both H9’s were available. Definitely a relief to know there’s a workaround for this that I can live with.”
In my case strangelly i follow that procedure and worked in an Ipad Air 1st gen.
1.Had all other bluetooth connections command to forget this network
2.Had to power on the H9 first,then the other ,watch the blue leds
3.When the 1rst H9 second blue led lights up,and before the dialogue shows up,i press the connect tab on the other H9.
4.When the first dialogue appear,DONT DO NOTHING!,the dialogue disappear and
5.Then a 2nd dialogue appears,the second blue led on the second device lights up,and then you press the Allow button
6.Now you have 2 devices and 4 blue LED in total steady lghting!
I have not try a for a 3 device yet ,
Try to figure out my absolute dizzyness for have them connected!!!!