I bought my GameShell a few months ago (hw rev with micro HDMI, etc) but have only recently had time to dig into the device. In general I’m super thrilled by its potential, but right now my experience is incredibly hindered by some kind of bug in the wireless driver/hardware/etc.
FYI I’m on 0.4, which I upgraded to from 0.3 hoping it would cure the issue. When I turn on my GameShell, I’m able to connect to my 2.4GHz/5GHz split home network and use TinyCloud, etc. normally. However, without fail, after 5-10 minutes of use, the whole device suddenly hangs for 10-15 seconds, then the wireless signal indicator turns black and shows an exclamation point. From this point onward, I can only interact with the device in 1-2 second bursts interrupted by 5-10 second freezing of the OS. I cannot re-connect to wifi or run any software until I power down and reboot the device.
I understand that wireless signal issues are a known concern, but I’ve even tried putting my GameShell directly next to the router, where it indicates 90-95% signal strength, and the problem still occurs after 5-10 minutes of use.
I’m a fairly experienced DIY-er and have a strong background in mobile electronics repair, so I’m pretty sure I didn’t mess anything up during assembly or software installation. I am a Linux/Debian/rpi novice, so there may well be some configuration thing I’m missing, but I experience this issue even on a fresh install of the OS.
Any advice on how to resolve the above would be much appreciated! Thanks in advance.