Fibre optic modem/router, D-Link switch, Silent Angel switch, Netgear wireless router configured as an Access Point
Connected Audio Devices
Rock > Mac mini M1 HQPlayer > SOtM SMS-200 Ultra (NAA) > USB to DAC
Number of Tracks in Library
Description of Issue
I use iPads and my iPhone as Roon remotes with no issues until I did an IOS16 update on my iPhone and it will no longer connect to the Roon Core.
Updated the remote on my phone to 2.0 and still cannot connect to the core. My iPads did not qualify for the IOS16 update and are running 15.X and both of them have no issues connecting to the core before and after the 2.0 remote update.
I tried my wife’s iPhone which is still on IOS15.X and it will also connect to the core.
Is your Roon Remote app frozen? My app is no longer working either. Running iOS 16.0.1, Roon Core (Nucleus) is running 2.0 and I’m using the latest 2.0 app from the Apple App Store. App freezes on the Home Screen and crashes. Tried reseting the app, and it finds the Core, allows me to connect, then freezes again on Home Screen. Also tried deleting and re-installing the app, still broken.
No, the app is not frozen, I deleted it and reinstalled it but still no luck.
Also rebooted modem and router and still no success.
The ARC app will not connect to the core as well.
As I said in my earlier post, all IOS devices that are running 15.X have no issue connecting to the core.
Just to clarify my situation, my iPhone always connected to my Roon core until I did the IOS16 update last week.
After the IOS update tried to connect to the core and it failed - rebooted my router/modem and also deleted the Roon app on my phone and reinstalled but still no success connecting to the core.
I did the Roon 2.0 update on all devices hoping that would fix my iPhone issue but it still will not connect to the core.
What is interesting is that my other devices, 2 iPads and my wife’s iPhone will connect to the core with no issues - they are all running IOS 15.X
I do not have the time to do a full reset and fresh install of IOS but I did try your second suggestion.
Deleted Roon, reset network connections and reinstalled Roon - it still will not connect to the core.
Hi, yes all devices, (modem/router, access point, phone, Roon NUC), have been restarted.
Very strange that my wife’s iPhone on IOS 15.X has no issues.
Also, I could not connect to the core even before the Roon 2.0 update
Yep! Sorry, missed that point. Can you try to disable private WLAN adress in your Wi-Fi settings on your phone? Go to settings → WLAN → active wifi connection and scroll down to private WLAN. Reboot the iPhone
Thanks for the suggestion, but there was one other thing I forgot to check,
I always use a VPN on my devices and do not have any issues connecting to any devices on my home network.
I decided to try disconnecting my VPN service on m iPhone and voila, connected to the Roon core immediately.
This is very odd as my iPads (both of them) on IOS 15.X and using my VPN have no issue connecting to the core.