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removing wifi / internet first start-up

December 7, 2011 - 10:33am #1

this is a major problem, the user launch the application but it close immediately. the reason is: user not connected (wifi, g3, ...).

is there a way to avoid this first time only connection?

if it's really not possible, is there a way to catch this error and give a feedback to the user?

thank you

Re: removing wifi / internet first start-up

December 7, 2011 - 4:52pm #7

The 1.5 Android beta does not work with the 1.0 iOS commercial release. There will be a 1.5 iOS beta starting in a few weeks.

- Kim

Re: removing wifi / internet first start-up

December 7, 2011 - 4:20pm #6

Hi,

The beta version is working nicely (Nexus S). When including the IOS package I get this error:

Assets/StreamingAssets/QCAR/config.xml ignored. No corresponding DAT file found.

Assets/Qualcomm Augmented Reality/Scripts/Dataset.cs (235,32) error CS0426: The nested type 'RectangleData' does not exist in the type 'VirtualButtonBehaviour'

I'm only using ARCamera prefab, nothing else. Is there a way to make the beta work with IOS?

Thanks!

Re: removing wifi / internet first start-up

December 7, 2011 - 1:01pm #5
ksiva wrote:

Take a look at our new 1.5 release, currently in beta. It is available on the SDK tab of the AR portal (http://ar.qualcomm.com). With 1.5 a network connection is no longer required at first run.

Very nice! 1.5 looks like a big step forward!

Re: removing wifi / internet first start-up

December 7, 2011 - 12:25pm #4

With iOS 1.0 a connection is not required for the currently supported devices.

- Kim

Re: removing wifi / internet first start-up

December 7, 2011 - 11:35am #3

Excellent news!!

Now for IOS:
is a connection required? if yes, will the beta remove this?

Thanks!

Re: removing wifi / internet first start-up

December 7, 2011 - 11:16am #2

Take a look at our new 1.5 release, currently in beta. It is available on the SDK tab of the AR portal (http://ar.qualcomm.com). With 1.5 a network connection is no longer required at first run.

For 1.0.6, you can catch the error using the IQCARErrorHandler interface. See the InitializationErrorHandler included with the sample applications.

- Kim

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