07-09-2009 12:22:12 PM
Has anyone had success with the iPhone Scrabble app via Wi-Fi mode? Trying to connect to another iPhone/player on my local network (RG) results in a lost connection. The HELP section of the app mentions that "Wi-Fi systems must allow peer-to-peer networking. Some security firewalls may block peer-to-peer connections."
Any help is appreciated.
07-09-2009 01:21:02 PM
That one I don't have...there should be contact info on the Buy page for the Developer? Or have you tried that already?
The Developers I've had to contact have always (surprisingly) written back.
Have you tried temporarily disabling the Windows firewall?
Or allow the IPs of your devices in the MAC filtering page in the RG?
(sorry, not at home, can't access that link to post now)
07-09-2009 02:03:16 PM
07-09-2009 02:04:36 PM
07-09-2009 03:20:30 PM
To see if there are connectivity issues with either iPhone, have you tried using the iTunes remote control app with each of the iPhones? If both of the phones are able to remote control a PC running iTunes, then the issue would be with one iPhone not allowing an incoming connection. I'm not sure what the iPhone has for a firewall.
07-10-2009 11:34:37 AM
The remote app worked fine, in fact we figured it out last night... one of the iPhones was losing wi-fi when we launched the Scrabble app and was switching to 3G. Once we quit the app and made sue we were both on wi-fi it worked fine.
I still have no idea why one phone kept switching to 3G, but I've read elsewhere that there have been a number of similar wi-fi issues with the 3.0 OS.