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Hi Sven,

Hope you are well.

I can confirm the ZerOS Remote and ZerOS Monitor apps have been tested with iOS 14 and iPadOS 14.

iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 include some significant changes to how they handle Local Area Networks. As a result, upon opening the apps, you will not see your console detected and listed. You will therefore need to click "Manual Connect", type in the IP address of your console (or another IP which is within range of your device), and then click Connect. You will then receive an iOS pop-up, saying:

""Z Remote" (or "Z Monitor") would like to find and connect to devices on your local network."

You can click OK, and the consoles your device can see on the network will be displayed, and you will then be able to connect to them in the usual way.

This only needs to be done the first time you use the apps, and you will then not need to do this again. If you were to click "Don't Allow", the app will be blocked from connecting to consoles. To enable the app to connect to consoles after pressing "Don't Allow", go to the Settings app, scroll down to the bottom to find "Z Remote" and "Z Monitor", and for these apps there will be an option to allow the app access to the Local Network.

We will be releasing an update at some point in future, which allows the apps to find devices on the network, without having to manually connect to a console first.

3 hours ago, Sven76 said:

(I wanted to post to the APPs or Software forum but for whatever reason they are closed)

We have streamlined the forums, which instead allows people to post in their console's topic.

I hope this helps, if you have any questions let us know.


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