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    spacedesk Lea

    Hi @senseyi,

    The low bandwidth notification in spacedesk will only be triggered if it fails to receive a specific response packets/ping from the spacedesk viewer app (and vice versa).

    If the notification appears on pc/server side, it means the server cannot receive a ping response from the client/viewer which means the client fails to send it (probably because there’s a network congestion on its side).
    Even if the pc/server machine has low network load and currently stable if it didn’t receive the ping from client then it will trigger a temporary disconnect if it continuously showing the notification.

    If the notification appears on client/viewer side, then it’s vice versa from the above explanation.

    Next, can you easily try connecting via Mobile Hotspot or WiFi Direct network?
    So that server and client has a direct network connection to each other and bypassing the router.
    To setup, please check the Performance Tuning -> Network Bandwidth -> Wifi Direct chapter in the user manual https://www.spacedesk.net/user-manual/#item_510.

    For AMD crash, can you check if there’s an error code 43 in the AMD graphics adapter in the device manager?


    WiFi Direct raised, but due to the limitations of Windows 10, it cannot distribute You-Fi 5 GHz, only 2.4 GHz, which greatly limits the connection speed.
    For the test, I used several routers, including a separate router as an access point, to which nothing else is connected – a direct connection to a PC via cable and a 5GHz tablet – did not fix the situation.
    The tablet displays 150 Megabits / second – isn’t that enough? In this case, even on the minimum graphics configuration, a notification appears.

    spacedesk Lea

    Hi @senseyi,

    Can you quickly check with connecting via HTML5 Viewer from the same tablet?
    Just open a web browser (e.g. Google Chrome) on your tablet, then go to http://viewer.spacedesk.net/ and connect to the IP address of your primary machine.
    Then observed if you get any connection issue.

    FYI: On HTML5 viewer, the “low network bandwidth” notification is not implemented.
    Keep in mind that this HTML5 VIEWER app is much slower than our native apps on Android and Windows.
    This is due to technical limitation of HTML5/Javascript.

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