I have a BT (UK) provided router with 2 additional discs at different locations in the house. These are not extenders in the normal sense - it creates a 'mesh' which uses the same SSID & network password across 2.4 & 5 GHz channels. It is not possible to separate the channels - that would defeat the purpose of the mesh network which is to provide a totally seamless experience as you move to different locations in the house with mobile devices. And it works extremely well, except that the Controller app cannot cope with it. If I'm in the same room as the Pulse Mini 2i, for example, connected to the same disc/access point, all is good. As soon as I move away and my phone switches to the other disc I lose the Pulse Mini in the app and cannot get it back unless I reinstall the app or leave the phone for half an hour to think about it. Interestingly if it's the router/hub I'm connected to there seems to be no problem so the issue seems to be traversing the network from the second disc/access point to the one used by the Pulse Mini. I've tried everything I can think of and restarted the network & Blue sound players multiple times, to no avail. As I know that the app will eventually find the Pulse Mini, I'm questioning the network discovery functionality of the app itself and wondering if it can be improved to search for players more aggressively. Phone is a Samsung Galaxy S10 running Android 10 and the app is 3.8.1. Thanks
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