I am posting here because this issue does not occur from my Windows machine on the same LAN.
When I use Ubuntu to connect to my Android device (all on the same LAN), both sides show the connection being made. After the connection negotation, the Android device shows that I'm connected ("connected to kevin"), but no control window appears on Ubuntu. Then, after about 5 seconds, the connection closes, and it just shows that I'm ready to connect again.
Here's the last part of the log:
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Let me know if more of the log is needed.
I've also tried using my mobile data connection instead of wifi on the Android device - same result.
This is Ubuntu 16.04 running TeamViewer 13.0.6634. Android device is ZTE Axon 7 running TeamViewer Host and QuickSupport 13.0.7847. I also have the ZTE plugin for TeamViewer.
PS: I can connect from Ubuntu to Windows without issue.
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Is there a way to tell why my post got rejected? It is showing up in my rejected posts.
I thought maybe it was because I included a pastebin link (it was just a TV log), so I removed that link. But I don't think it made a difference.
Sorry about that. Your post wasn't so much "Rejected" as it was "Spam Filtered".
There are a lot of not so friendly people posting junk to the community, so we have a bot battling them, unfortunately you got caught in the crossfire.
But, not to worry, we do check through the filtered stuff and pull back out stuff that is legitimate when they are occasionally caught. I pulled yours back out just now. And, yes, it was probably the logfiles that got you recognised as spam.
Also, we do ask all users not to post logfiles as they can inadvertently give away to much info.
Hope this helps!
The last two lines of the log, which have no personally identifiable data, are:
2018/02/04 09:51:15.690 6563 S! UdpConnection: UDP statistics: nb=25 2018/02/04 09:51:15.725 6563 S IProcessCommandHandler::CmdEndSession(): Received CMD_ENDSESSION with reason: 1
I tried searching for "reason 1" but didn't find anything. Does anyone know what that means?