I changed the family name to Lily under iPhone settings.
For me, Hebi I/O doesn't show up under local network under my iPhone settings, but it does for my colleague's iPhone that is able to control the robot. I assume this is the issue,however I don't know how to force the Hebi application to show up here (I never received a pop up asking if I wanted to allow the Hebi App network access either).
I've tried reinstalling the app once, as well as rebooting the robot and still no luck.
A couple quick things to try:
(1) force quit the app (double tap home, and swipe up to kill the process)
(2) disconnect and reconnect from the wifi network
(2) restart the app
I'm hoping restarting with the wifi connected may resolve this.
The other thought I have here -- the hexapods are set up to only connect to the first mobile IO device they see when the program is started. I would try connecting the iPhone and a computer with Scope running to the same network (this can be the hexapod network or a separate one). Can you see the iPhone Mobile I/O app listed in Scope here?
This is definitely something on the phone side vs. the robot side, fwiw -- sorry for the trouble; we'll get to the bottom of this.
Mobile I/O now shows up under scope as well
Unfortunately, I'm still unable to command the robot using the app (I've tried 2 different robots). So does definitely seem to be an issue with my phone, but I'm not sure what it could be, I haven't had any other wifi issues with it before.