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I installed x86 android on my asus eeepc 4G 701 and it was a success out of the box!

Then I installed the gopro app for my camera to connect and control it via wifi.

The pc cannot maintain a connection to more than one wifi network. It is either connected to my internet wifi or the gopro wifi.

Also, when I want to detect/use my camera from the app it just shuts down.

Do you have any idea why that happens and what I can do about it?

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I have never heard of Android using multiple connections at once. It either uses 3G/4G as the primary connection and falls back to WiFi with priority ( configured to do so ) to a WiFi connection when one is detected. – Ramhound Jun 10 '13 at 12:33
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EEE PC 701 is based on Intel Celeron-M which supports only SSE2 instruction set. The minimum for Android on x86 is SSE3, so some apps might use SSE3 and crash when the execution reaches any of those instructions.

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This is probably it, I don't know how the gopro app is programmed, but sounds plausible. – panny Jun 10 '13 at 13:25

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