05-17-2018 11:26 AM
@grayrange31856 - The Android app was updated to include Overcapture for Fusion on April 16. Additional details on the update and which specific Android phones are supported can be found at https://gopro.com/news/fusion-overcapture-now-available-for-android.
05-17-2018 02:42 PM
It is more that 6 months after the release date ...and NO proper Androud support....HOW LONG DO I AND OTHERS HAVE TO WAIT for full support on Android. ?
05-22-2018 01:19 PM
So, let me get this straight. GoPro's answer to a drastic lack in support on android is to point out that you added features to the app we still can't use? Thanks for rubbing it in.
That's wonderful, Jefft..... and not at ALL what the topic of update was. The issue is that every bit of marketing on the fusion box and in the users guide inside the box hypes android support. We don't have android support. We have severely LIMITED support. That was the topic at hand. When will people with perfectly competent hardware be able to use our fusions? Most other 360 cam manufacturers, including those in the same price range as the fusion, have very good android support.... and they don't slap us in the face like you just did.
05-26-2018 02:19 PM
07-12-2018 07:38 PM
Wow. Really? My phone just IMMEDIATELY says can't connect when I try to add a fusion in the app. I have a OnePlus 5, which is a very up to date and powerful phone. This makes no sense. I'm connected to the camera's wifi network too, before I launch the app.
07-13-2018 02:08 PM
Currently, we have several phone models supported in the GoPro app for the Fusion camera. For reference you may check this article: Fusion - Supported Devices
There is a work around shared on this link. The video shows how you can get your camera to pair with the app allowing you to control the camera at least.