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Part Number: LAUNCHCC3220MODASF
I have a problem with WiFi provisioning when I connect mobile phone under Android One to my device which is in Access Point mode. Internet explorer answers: there is no answer from the server.
At the same time, I can connect to this device from the other phones which is not under Android One.
I can see this problem only when I use Android One.
The device on the base of SoC CC3220MODASF12MONR.
Android One version 9 (latest release 1.180904.001).
I use SP sp_22.214.171.124_126.96.36.199_188.8.131.52.bin. Also tried sp_184.108.40.206_220.127.116.11_18.104.22.168.bin and nothing changed.
Can you provide me any ideas how to fix the problem?
Thank you in advance!
What example are you running on the CC3220? Are you trying to use the Wi-Fi Starter Pro app or provision from the browser?
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In reply to Sarah P:
I don't use an example on CC3220. We have developed our own application.
This application run access point mode on first start. And this applciation has folder www on root folder. It means internal TI Web server shoud provide the pages from that folder. And I can't get any response from this device if I use Android One version 9.x.
At the same time, if I use another smart phone with (Android with version 9.x or older) there is no problem to get the response.
What I'm doing: Open web browser and input: http://10.123.45.1
where 10.123.45.1 is the address of my device when I connect to it
In reply to Andrey Tikhonov:
Can you try turning off the data on your mobile phone? Your mobile may be trying to resolve the web page over data instead of on the local network.
Yes, if we turn off the data on your mobile phone (Switch off transfer of data via mobile connectivity) than it works.
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