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  1. Hi, after setting up my OpenScope initially, it connected successfully to my home wireless lan and I could access it from the tablet or browser as expected. Then, I disconnected the scope from power and tried to run in on a power bank. The blue light wouldn' stop blinking, so no connection to Wifi anymore. I re-attached to the computer assuming the power bank had not enough power, but also there the scope wouldn't re-connect to Wifi. I checked my Fritz!Box if the channel had changed to something above channel 11, but it is a safe channel 1. Any idea what may have happened here? Thanks, Jos
  2. I'm experience a similar problem. In my case I have to use the Digilent Agent to connect and manually setup wifi every time I power up the Open Scope (I get blinking blue light only); some times my network appears in the saved network list and other times it doesn't. I'm on firmware 1.296.