CyberQ WiFi, Android And Adhoc Mode
I got a BBQGuru CyberQ WiFi for Christmas.
I tried connecting to it in the adhoc mode first, which is supposed to be the simplest way.
I have a Samsung Galaxy SIII, which is an Android device. Apparently, Android devices do not support the adhoc mode.
It took me several hours of playing around, surfing the web for help and frustration to learn this fact. After I abandoned the adhoc mode, I was able to get the CyberQ working in the infrastructure mode within 1/2 hour.
This is not a failure of the CyberQ WiFi, but a lack of adhoc support by the Android device. Apparently devices that support adhoc, connect right up to the CyberQ.
If you are using any wireless device, and don't see "my CyberQ WiFi" in your connection list, abandon the adhoc mode and move on to setting it up in the infrastructure mode.
I have since done a full, manual configuration of the CyberQ WiFi and everything, including access from the internet, works fine.
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Last edited by BobM; 12-29-2012 at 02:27 PM..