07-18-2018 05:25 AM
That said, try telling the app you are connecting a hero 6 and it'll detect and connect your fusion. It will even know it's a fusion. You may not have all the features of fully supported devices, but you will at the very least have remote control of the camera and be able to see what you are shooting. That will at least get the fusion off your shelf.
07-18-2018 06:58 PM
Yep selling the Fusion is still an option ! , PITY since the hardware is still prettry good, I tried the workaround, it lets be control the camera NO PREVIEW, then crashes the app. So Still frustrated with goPro for the lack of support of their product.
08-16-2018 11:40 AM
5 months later, still no support for the largest phone maker in the worlds current flagship phone, the Samsung Galaxy s9. Absolute mindblowing, considering there is support for the Galaxy s7, a similar phone from 2 years ago.
Why would I ever buy another Gopro again if this is how mediocre the support is?
08-31-2018 04:17 PM
Thank you for patiently waiting for an update. Just today, the Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ manufactured in the US (using Qualcomm chips) have been added to the supported device list and are able to pair to Fusion cameras. The team will also be adding the Note 9 that released last week as that is on the same QC chip. We will be updating our support articles to reflect such an addition.
Please keep us posted how it goes on your end. We would love to hear back from you.
08-31-2018 05:28 PM
Still waiting for support on my Note 8 ....along with many others. SO WHEN GOPRO ?
08-31-2018 06:32 PM
Are you still not able to connect Fusion via GoPro App even with the latest version that was released last August 7th? We'd love to gather specifics on the issue encountered with the latest app version. Hope to hear back from you.