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Hi @davinicm, @bagarwa, @Insipidity
Sorry but this issue may be caused by various facts under different network environment. It's not easy to say for sure what is exactly the problem. The general suggestion we can give for people facing this issue is as follow,
1. A hard reset to your router and then make sure your device and desktop are connected to the same WiFi netwrok. Retry AirDroid.2. Check if any VPN or Firewall settings on your device or your router that may affect the connection.3. Ping the IP address generated by AirDroid on your device without the port number from your desktop to check if the connection is good.
4. Try another web browser or clean the cache and retry.5. Try AirDroid under another network or from another desktop to check if the problem is with your device or your network.6. Install WiFi File Explorer (https://market.android.com/details?id=com.dooblou.WiFiFileExplorer) and see if it also fails under same network.
May also try the methord provided by @Schrader. Good luck! :-)
Worked for me when I changed the routers channel selection to manual from automatic. Using a THOMSON TG585 v8.
Hope this might be helpfull to others :)
Excellent app :)
I don't think you should over think it. For me I just had to make sure to start my wifi connection on my phone AFTER the computer was connected. For some reason if you have phone connect first it generates a different IP. I knew my phone IP was 192.168.1.6 and saw airdroid generating 192.168.1.12....once I shut of wifi on my phone and restarted it, boom it generated a 1.6
It connects fine. :]
I have an Optimus T running Android 2.2. I have installed AIRDROID 1.0.5) from Google Play (running on my Win7 IE9 desktop) on my Optimus T using my wifi connection. My desktop is wired to my router. My router shows my Optimus T wirelessly attached.
I start AIRDROID on my Optimus T and get the Screen with “Step 1… Step 2…. The Camera icon and Passcode.
I go to http://web.airdroid.com/ on my desktop and get the screen with the QR Code. I tap the camera icon on the Airdroid screen and point it at the desktop QR code. My Optimus T sees the QR code, beeps and says “connected”….. BUT my desktop then says “Connection reset. Click OK to login again” and blinks over and over until I click OK to start the login process again.
I’ve done this 10 times.. same result. I’ve powered down the phone. Still no success.
Anybody know what’s going on???
Thank you… Bill