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Title: New Android app "my d-link lite" has THREE problems. Can anyone correct them ?
Post by: MacUser on July 13, 2014, 10:32:47 PM
Why doesn't d-link leave well enough alone, and "if it isn't broken don't fix it" ?  My d-link app was working fine for over a year.

BUT two weeks ago the Play Store had this new Android d-link app "upgrade" (V 3.3.0).  It now has three annoying problems:

 1.  There is no more auto rotate.   The image will not go landscape.   It stays in portrait and smaller than the old full landscape view.  It cannot fill the screen.

 2.  When launching the app there's a flag each and every time which reads "No wireless connection.  To connect to your local cameras, you should turn on your phones Wi-Fi setting".

This silly flag appears and one has to press "okay".   Geeeez.  I don't need Wi-fi as  I have 4G.

 3.  There are multiple unidentified/unlabeled faint turquoise arcs.  These are actually  functions.  At least they could have been identified by some tags, like "res" "cam" or "mic".


** Anyone know how to correct these three problems ?


 :'( :'( :'( :'( :'(


How may I go back to the earlier version (3.2.4) of my d-link lite ?

Is there another App/Viewer, paid or free, which doesn't have these my d-link lite problems ?



JUST SAW THESE COMMENTS IN ANDROID PLAY STORE:  

"App no longer keeps the screen from turning off.  App no longer goes full screen by turning phone sideways.  App uses a lot of bandwidth  now- used to be around 100 kbps now around 400 kbps."

"Horrible update"

"New update stinks.  Do NOT update."  (Stay with 3.2.4)
So far, d-link has not messed up the iPad app.
Title: Re: New Android app "my d-link lite" has THREE problems. Can anyone correct them ?
Post by: JavaLawyer on July 22, 2014, 07:23:48 AM
Please post your requests on the following thread and I'll do my best to raise awareness: mydlink Lite App - Feature Wishlist (http://forums.dlink.com/index.php?topic=52275.0)