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Hi :)

When I pair first smartphone (LGG6 Android 9.0) with X-T3 camera, all works fine.  But when I try to pair second smartphone (also LGG6 Android 9.0) It can't connect via WIFI in app.  Wifi connection is active, but can't run "Live view shooting" nor "Import images selected to app".  There is only connecting and nothing happen. Firmware is 4.10.
After reset WIFI settings in camera again is possible to work with any first paired smartphone.  

Is it possible to work with more than one smartphone via WIFI with this camera?  Any idea, anyone had that issue? 

Thanks

 

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2 minutes ago, Olaf W. said:

IIRC you have to change the smartphone connection if you‘re connecting ro a different device.

Hi. Im not sure what you mean.  What smartphone connection?  I connect to Fuji X-T3 WIFI hotspot from both Android devices.  Of course, not at the same time. 

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