TGLIB:Disconnected

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  • #6550
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    bad-motherfunk
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    Hi,

    I have a probleme with The Trinus VR app.

    I use USB tethering on Windows 10 and It works well for about 10 minutes but the app on my phone (IPhone 5c) crash.

    I have this error message on my pc:

    TGLIB: Disconnected System.Net.Sockets.SocketException (0x80004005): An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host

    I tried many things for solve this, but I can’t Fix it.
    Like changing connexion port, capture mode, compression, disabled firewall and anti-virus, and all the tricks i’ve seen on this forum, but nothing works.

    It’s very frustrating because I buy The full app version and I would Like to use it.

    Do you have a solution or any suggestion please ?

    Thank’s for read me,
    Greetings

    #6551
    loxai
    loxai
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    Would you be able to try using a different wifi network?
    Alternatively, you can also establish a direct wifi connection between PC and phone, either with the phone connecting to the PC (trinus attempts to create a hotspot if the hardware has such capability) or connecting the PC to the phone (wifi tethering).

    #6553
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    bad-motherfunk
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    I will try in wifi tethering tomorrow, but I don’t have a very good wifi connection. This is why I want to switch to usb tethering for not have lag.
    It seems that my problem can come from a limitation of data between my pc and the phone by windows.(client/server)
    Or maybe because he sees it as inactive after a while…
    But I don’t know how to give more autaurisation to this one.
    Do you know about this ?

    #6554
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    bad-motherfunk
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    It also makes me the same thing when I try to connect it in wifi or hotspot wifi.
    I don’t think this is the connection method but rather a data conflict between the phone and the PC..

    #6561
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    bad-motherfunk
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    Do you have a solution Please ?

    #8405
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    Link30
    Participant

    THis

    #8430
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    Blixtdraken
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    Mybe its casue your cable reconected / glapped

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