Currently Being ModeratedJan 8, 2013 12:06 AM (in response to Rivella12)
Wait a sec... you've got an iPhone 5 and an MBA, both have WiFi on board, but "there is no WiFi available"?!
How about turning WiFi on on either unit? Suddenly, but not unexpectedly, WiFi will be available...
Currently Being ModeratedJan 8, 2013 12:52 AM (in response to Rivella12)
Unfortunatelly there is no WiFi...
Is it me? Do I need to say it again? Okay, maybe slightly differently:
1.) Make sure the Remote app is installed on your iPhone.
2.) Turn WiFI on on your MBA.
3.) Turn WiFi on on your iPhone.
4.) Be surprised noticing that suddenly there are two units both with WiFi that are likely to be persuaded to talk to each other...
5.) Follow instructions for the Remote app on how to make it work.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 8, 2013 1:30 AM (in response to LousyFool)
Thank you for explaining again. It's my bad, I didn't quiet understand the problem in the beginning myself.
It is like this: The presentations I have are at the university, there is WiFi but the connection MBA-iPhone doesnt appear. "Logic Server Status: ENABLED" it says. I guess the server port 50769 isn't activated. That's why I wanted to try without WiFi, but using bluetooth... Steps 1.) - 3.) are working, but the problem is 4.).
Am I saying it the right way, that you know my problem?