I’m unable to connect to any of my three Reach RS+ units (latest stable firmware, 2.22.7, on all three) using either the ReachView app or browser on my iPhone 5, iOS 10.3.4.
Two other apple devices (iOS 12 and iOS 13) are able to connect using the app and browser, as is my browser on Windows 10.
Has this new release of ReachView changed the iOS minimum requirements?
In the Apple Store the app is still listed as requiring iOS 8+.
This same iPhone 5 worked well and connected using the app to all three of my units running ReachView 2.18.1. I recently upgraded directly from 2.18.1 to the current stable 2.22.7.
I really hope my iPhone 5 isn’t useless as a ReachView controller…
Now, with firmware 2.22.7 and the same iPhone 5, the ReachView app opens, it detects and lists the RS+ units properly, and then when I click the RS+ unit listing to connect, ReachView just sits there on a black screen with the dark grey Emlid logo barely visible. The logo never starts to fill blue, and nothing else happens. I’ve waited for more than 15 mins. Same black screen shows when typing in the IP address into a browser on the iPhone 5.
I’ve tried connecting via direct wifi (Reach RS+ creates a hotspot that I connect the iPhone 5 to) and by connecting both devices to the same third-party wifi. Neither works, same problem occurs.