jsun wrote:hi Kam,
Thanks for reporting this, I've mentioned it some other folks so our engineers can take a look. Since it is Android specific, I merged both topics into the Android forum and deleted the 2nd post.
Is the 4.1.1 release you have on the Nexus phone the official release?
Does this happen even if the Eye-Fi app is uninstalled? As a test, open the Eye-Fi app settings, and look at your card information under the device settings. Make sure the card is paired to that device, and write down the 8-character WPA2 password. Uninstall the Eye-Fi app and remove the Direct Mode network from your device's wi-fi list. Next, please shoot a new photo, and once the Direct Mode network appears, see if you can join it without any crashes.
Please check your Advanced wi-fi settings and disable "Avoid poor connections" if you have that option.
fiiish wrote:I do not see the avoid poor connection on my Xoom running Jelly Bean (v 4.1.1) so this fix will not work for me.
I appear to have multiple issues as I can not connect to my Android phone running Ice Cream. Even when I set the connection to my PC, the card appears to connect but the photos are not being uploaded to from the EyeFi servers to my PC.
What to do?
F3ish, it's there. I have Xoom 4G LTE. When you click wifi in settings, click menu button (it might be on the bottom or the top right corner). And click "advance wifi settings". in there you'll find the option to disable "Avoid poor connection"
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