Moto e4 wifi keeps disconnecting

Ok many thanks... We have actually a numerous Motorola Moto G second Gen phones. If we usage the Moto G 2nd Gen phones for the DS and the Moto G5 or G5 Plus phones for the RC, the workroughly is not needed. We won"t be able use 5 GHz, but we will certainly have the ability to use 2.4 GHz without the workaround. Is this correct?


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Also, if you change the Wi-Fi frequency band establishing on the Moto G5 Driver Station phone to 5 GHz only (or 2.4 GHz only), would this settle the issue?

Ok thanks... We have a numerous Motorola Moto G 2nd Gen phones. If we usage the Moto G 2nd Gen phones for the DS and the Moto G5 or G5 Plus phones for the RC, the workapproximately is not required. We won"t be able use 5 GHz, yet we will have the ability to use 2.4 GHz without the workaround. Is this correct?
Hi Alex,Yes, to the ideal of our expertise yes, if you usage the older phones as the Driver Stations you have to not need the workapproximately.Also, thank you for the guideline on the Wi-Fi Frequency Band. Perhaps by setting it to one band also or the various other it can solve the issue! GREAT suggestion! We"ll test this.Tom

Alec,Do you just watch that "Wi-Fi Frequency Band" alternative on the E4 phones? I carry out not check out that setting on my E5 phone (which is additionally a dual-band phone).Tom


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Alec,Do you only view that "Wi-Fi Frequency Band" option on the E4 phones? I perform not view that establishing on my E5 phone (which is additionally a dual-band phone).Tom
I don"t have actually an Moto E4 or G5. I have a Motorola Droid Turbo (XT1254) running Android 6.0.1 (i.e. non-FTC phone).The "Wi-Fi frequency band" setting on the Droid Turbo is situated at < Setups / Wi-Fi / ... / State-of-the-art / Wi-Fi frequency band >.

Yes, to the finest of our knowledge yes, if you usage the older phones as the Driver Stations you must not require the workapproximately.Also, say thanks to you for the pointer on the Wi-Fi Frequency Band. Perhaps by setting it to one band also or the various other it could resolve the issue! GREAT suggestion! We"ll test this.Tom
Out of curiosity, is the workapproximately still necessary for the 5.0 (Skystone) version of the app? I"ve looked at the README/ChangeLog to see if this trouble has been addressed however wasn"t able to find any type of mentions of it.Thanks!Pm
Out of curiosity, is the workapproximately still necessary for the 5.0 (Skystone) version of the app? I"ve looked at the README/ChangeLog to see if this problem has actually been addressed but wasn"t able to find any kind of mentions of it.Thanks!Pm


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To clarify - v 5.x software has a keep alive function. If it detects that the phone is a motorola phone, and it has actually a 5GHz radio, then the software sends out extra save alive messperiods in the time of a enhance (as soon as an op mode is initialized and as soon as it"s running) to suppush the sdeserve to feature of the motorola phones.Unfortunately,Motorola phones still will certainly "commandeer" the wifi radio and also usage it to shave the right to the spectrum (2.4GHz and also 5GHz ranges) if it thinks the radios are free/unprovided. The alters in v5.0 need to proccasion this from happening throughout a match once the Robot is in an initialized or active state.However before, I believe that in the time of idle times (once you do not have actually an op mode initialized or running) the apps do not sfinish the save alive (to conserve bandwidth). I think that it"s feasible that you can on rare occasion hear the motorola phones momentarily disaffix then reaffix as soon as they are idle and also I suspect that it"s because of this shave the right to feature from the manufacturer (which unfortunately we cannot control).