Originally Posted by Chainfire
This is still related to your setup... either the USB cable or OTG cable itself, or the USB sockets on your equipment are not connecting right.
I would be the first to agree! But I have tried to much different gear to agree
. I have 3 different cameras (2x 5DII, 1x 1DmkIV), I have at least 5 different USB-OTG adapter for 3 different Android devices (SII, Note, 7.7) and I use countless different standard USB cables (between camera and OTG adapter), including 2-3 original Canon cables. NO LUCK
! Only if I keep the total USB length roughly below 1m, better 70cm, I get a 100% flawless operation.
But hey, I started living with it for now. One day it'll hit me with the solution
. Fortunately I don't need a long cable, since I don't really use DSLR Controller as a 'far remote', but a 'remote-not-to-touch-the-camera' with monitor and settings.
I haven't forgotten (it's on the long list of TODOs) but it doesn't have much priority, to be honest. Personally I prefer the current method - but I never drag the focus rectangle. Just tap-and-hold wherever you want the focus to be.
No hurry, but for the tap and hit-right my fingers are even too fat ... or it's the drinking
. Seriously, I hardly manage to set the rectangle right with a single tap. But as I said, as long as it's not forgotten, no hurry. Thanks for considering it.