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VBAN Receptor (Lite) Not Receiving after iOS update

Posted: Sun Sep 27, 2020 8:43 am
by Cappy
Hi, I've been using VBAN in VM Banana and then VM Potato for a couple years now it's really been super useful for letting me listen to my pc audio from anywhere in my home.

However, when I updated to iOS 14 (and it's continuing in 14.1) the phone is acting as though it cannot see the broadcast stream. It's acting similar to if I had turned VBAN off on the computer or didn't have wi-fi active on the phone, and not connecting to the stream. I've double checked the ip and port to make sure everything still lines up. One thing I noticed, if I turn off wifi and turn it back on, it "sees" the stream for a moment but doesn't broadcast it. They did add randomized "private addresses" on the iphone for different wi-fi networks, but I disabled that feature and made sure the ip's are correct and the phone still doesn't want to connect.

I'm not sure if there's anything I can do on my end, it was working just fine before the update and now I can't get it to work no matter what I do. I'd appreciate any assistance!

Below are screenshots of the settings I have for VBAN Receptor on my phone and VBAN in VM Potato on my pc.
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Re: VBAN Receptor (Lite) Not Receiving after iOS update

Posted: Sat Oct 03, 2020 7:40 am
by Vincent Burel
yes, iOS 14 blocked something regarding network.
the app must ask for permission... we are working on...

Re: VBAN Receptor (Lite) Not Receiving after iOS update

Posted: Mon Oct 05, 2020 10:16 pm
by Cappy
Okay, thanks for the update!

Re: VBAN Receptor (Lite) Not Receiving after iOS update

Posted: Fri Oct 16, 2020 9:07 pm
by HoustonGuyNW
Similar issues here with VBAN Receptor (not the Lite version). Is there a work around to give the permissions?

APPLE seems to just do stuff with no regard to everything else attached to them. I just have to rework my network to accommodate their MAC randomizing BS.