On 06/01/2017 11:19 AM, John Andersen wrote:
Very often the
computer can't see the SSID to connect to. If you can
>connect, it works fine, but more often than not, you can't connect.
get to set the SSID the iPhone will use, and you can also set it to something illegal,
unsuported, or just plain hard to type which may well be your problem.
Once set, connected to and tested, the laptop will remember it and connect instantly.
Of course I wouldn't put it past Apple to have screwed this up on some models perhaps
at the behest of the carriers, and simply walked away from the problem.
The problem is not setting the SSID. The problem is when trying to
connect to the iPhone, the computer often cannot see the SSID in the
list of available networks. If you can't see it, you can't connect to
it. Even if though I had previously connected to it, I couldn't count
on being able to connect to it later.
And I have no doubt Apple does things "different". I wonder if a Mac
would have the same problem connecting.
BTW, the super secret SSID I used was "JKnott_iPhone".
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