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Unable to connect to Network station ("Network failure")
I'm trying to use USB Audio Player PRO for listening music from local folder on my Windows PC (Windows 7) through Wi-Fi.
My Android device is Samsung Galaxy A5 (2016) (Android 7.0).
Settings on my Windows PC are:
- one user (with administrator rights), no password for login the system;
- home profile for network;
- turned on network discovery and file and printer sharing;
- the specific folder is shared with "Everyone" and with "Guest";
- SMBv1 is turned off.
- Ports 135, 139, 445, 1024-1035 are blocked by firewall.

After all that setup my Android device is successfully connected to this specific shared folder through file manager ("X-plore") over SMBv2.
Also I tried to use DLNA (in USB Audio Player PRO also) - it is working.

But when I try to connect to Network station in USB Audio Player PRO, I just got message: "Network failure. Failed to connect:<00>/192.168.XX.XX".
I was trying to use user name "Guest" or none. Also I was trying to use the user name of my Windows PC user. But without any success.
Adress: "smb://192.168.XX.XX".
I don't understand what is wrong!

I'll be so grateful for help in this case!

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Unable to connect to Network station ("Network failure") - by Stratoman - 07-22-2018, 01:03 PM

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