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Quote: Well, it's not like I needed another scope ...
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Quote:Quote: Well, it's not like I needed another scope ... Blasphemy!
Quote: I did have some trouble getting Sky Safari to control the mount properly via my iPad and Skyfi, but that can wait.
Quote:Quote: I did have some trouble getting Sky Safari to control the mount properly via my iPad and Skyfi, but that can wait.
If I remember correctly this could be the issue.
I had to select Nexstar GPS from the scope list to gain control of my scope, not Nexstar 6/8.
The iPad works as the gps and sends the location.
If you can connect to skyfi but not your scope then this should fix things, hopefully.
I am assuming that you are plugged into the hand controller and not the aux port on the base.