Hi, thanks for confirming this.
So, this indicates that the connection issue is occurring at the time when the app tries to retrieve the Book data to build the augmentation image; the Book data are stored at a different server (not on the Cloud) and they are just used for the sample.
So, what happens (in detail) is the following:
- the scan process tries to recognize an image target in your camera field of view, by communicating with the Cloud;
- after a few seconds, it finds a target matching on the Cloud, and obtains the target information from the Cloud;
- then it uses the information of the target to establish a second connection (not for Cloud Recognition) with the Book data server (which is just a sample-specific server, not related to the Cloud itself)
- at this point, the connection fails, as the device cannot reach the Book data server through the network.
This means that you don' have any issue with Cloud Reco itself, but only with the sample-sepcific Book data server.
So, based on this, I can reassure you that you can safely develop your applications using Cloud Reco.
One thing you can also do is to read this article, which explains how to setup a simple CloudReco app starting from ImageTargets sample:
this will simply show a Teapot model when a Cloud target is detected, thus avoiding the use of the Book data server (thiswould also allow you to confirm that the issue is really just with the Book data server).