10-12-2020 03:07 PM
I searched but every post that I found was either closed or didnt have an answer. s
Im using a GoPro MAX with a Pixel 4 with android 11 (also happens on 10).
When i try to go live, the gopro app (updated to October 12th) it searches for networks but cant find anything. I turn on hotspot. and
Already reset the app (deleted all data), factory reset the cam, restarted phone, disconected from wifi, changed to 2.4Ghz, back to 5Ghz.
I reckon that if i try like 20 or 50 times updateing wifi list it gives me a capped list of APs (hotspot not showing) but then again, if i use one of the APs give there, streaming says its going rock solid at 2800kbps but youtube doesnt recieve any data (checking on my account live dashboard)
So, either the app live sreaming functionality is really flawed or the last firmware update for the MAX messed thing up reallly badly.
10-15-2020 11:07 AM - edited 10-15-2020 11:10 AM
Sorry to hear about the trouble, @lamacarena. Have you been able to live stream with the same devices before? We just tested with a MAX on v1.50 using an Android 10 (Samsung) device with GoPro App v7.1 and we were able to successfully do a live stream. This was done while connected to a Wi-fi network. Does it matter which platform is selected for live streaming? If you can, see if the results will be different using a different phone. Let us know what you find out. Thanks!
10-15-2020 11:25 AM
I will also try te MAX connected to my ipad mini to see if ios version has this solved (even though I think the problem it's on the camera and not the app).
Will update with the results.
10-16-2020 02:23 PM
10-17-2020 05:40 AM
Gopro App on iOS: wifi is found more or less fine. I could connect to a wifi that was previously detected. But not my hotspot.
Twitch did work, but youtube over rtmp does not (even though the rtmp url does work if I stream from OBS).
Gopro App on Android, still can't find any wifi network so I can't try my streaming services.
So, the ios version seems to be more polished. But anyways there is still issues with streaming via custom urls
10-18-2020 11:40 PM
Thank you for the update, @lamacarena. Have you been able to try out the following steps to detect your hotspot for streaming in the app?
- Enter the live streaming config screen
- Switch over to your hotspot screen on the iOS device.
- Turn the hotspot OFF. Wait 5 seconds.
- Turn the hotspot ON. Wait ~5 seconds on the hotspot screen.
- Swap back to the GoPro app and select the dropdown.
- Wait for the loading spinner to go away and you should see your hotspot in the list.
Which Android device are you using?
10-18-2020 11:53 PM
I am also having this issue with my GoPro Hero Max. I have tried on 2 separate android devices (A Samsung Galaxy S8 Active and an LG G4) and had the same result with both of them not showing any wifi networks and even with my mobile hotspot on, it will not allow me to connect. I am experiencing this with my GoPro Hero Max, GoPro Hero 8 Black, GoPro Hero 7 Black. I have successfully live-streamed on the GoPro Hero 7 Black about a year ago so I know that it's not a problem with my GoPro or Phone. I will post some pictures of what I am experiencing below.