- My Plan: Free
- App version:
- Which device has the problem:
Camera - Vortex Beat 8
- Description (Any screenshot or video would be very helpful):
My camera device does not have service nor does it have a SIM card. I connect it through Alfred with my home wifi. My home wifi is the only way my phone/camera can connect to the internet or to Alfred. Without it there shouldn’t be a connection.
In the screen shot I am sending you the graph shows that the wifi was completely turned off from the router, not on the phone/camera. The phone/camera was plugged into a USB charger/data cable, & had not moved from where it was located when I turned off the router.
My question: How is it possible for Alfred to detect that my phone/camera is still connected to a power source with the wifi turned completely off on the router when the phone/camera device does not have phone service? If the wifi in my home is the only connection Alfred has to the internet, how does Alfred show in the graph that my phone/camera was still charging long after the wifi had been shut off? The only way that could happen would be if Alfred was connecting to another wifi, or access point & transmitting the data to you. Without my home wifi turned on, you shouldn’t be able to connect to my phone/camera to see if it’s plugged into a power source or not. From the moment you can clearly see the wifi turn off in the graph, there shouldn’t be any more information transmitted to you about my phone/camera. Except l there was. How were you able to do that without the phone/camera being connected to my home wifi?