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19. Mai 2018 at 15:26 #35777
I’m having the same problem but renaming my Wifi network isn’t an option. I’d have to change the connection everywhere in the house. When I use a standard Raspian Stretch image, it connects without a problem. Any other suggestions?
Wait, it gets weirder. I changed the SSID of a range extender in my house so it does not have any spaces. I wanted to try to connect to it so I rebooted my RPi and it connected to the SSID that I didn’t change that has spaces.
It seems that the connection is fairly random. I’m going to burn a new Max2Play image and try it again.
12. Juli 2017 at 17:53 #29892
- This reply was modified 4 years, 8 months ago by ahnyerkeester.
This is resolved. The problem was that I bought a wireless Chinese security camera and added it to my network. I don’t know if it is malicious or just poor design but it seems to have interfered with Airplay and messed up my network. I had to do a hard reset on my router and Apple TV to get them working well again. The RPi running Max2Play just started working normally again.18. Januar 2017 at 20:01 #26104
Thank you Christopher. I had read similar articles and tried turning off Bluetooth but it didn’t help. However, I just tried it again and it seems to have worked. Also, I had the Raspberry Pi sitting on my desk next to my computer when I was having those problems. Once I moved it to the other room with my stereo I haven’t has as many drop outs. I streamed a station from Pandora and Airplay didn’t drop out before Pandora got to that „Are you still listening?“ page. So that’s an improvement.
The only time Airplay consistently drops out now is when I’m watching a YouTube playlist. It seems that at just about every video in the play list Airplay drops. Maybe it is the browser I’m using. I’ll keep experimenting and update this thread.