wklorenz wrote:Why does Roku allow sub-standard apps?
wosman wrote:My Twonky worked flawlessly for weeks, but after the Roku 5.0 update it just downloaded today, the Roku no longer shows up in Twonky....anyone else have this issue?
jamonroe848 wrote:Hey guys. I am having similar trouble with the Twonky Roku channel. I have following systems, twonky versions, connections and router:
Roku - version 5.0 build 8043; twonky channel (from channel store) Version 1.0 build 20130313; wirelessly connected
iPad - iOS 6.1.3; twonky beam 3.4.2-36; wirelessly connected
PC - windows 7; twonky manager Version 3.1; directly connected
Router - Dynex wireless N router
The iPad and PC can see each other over the network and beaming is easy, but the neither the iPad or the PC can see the Roku. The router does not have options to limit IGMP, SSDP or multicast (I did RTFM), but I do not think this is the problem because the tablet and PC can see each other easily. I have also waited the allotted times suggested by twdev, but it is still not working. Does anyone have any other ideas why this might fix this? Thanks.
grimmfarmer wrote:It would be especially nice if devs would concede that discovery protocols don't always work and allow for hardcoding the device IP...
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