So I got my wifi working at my house. Believe me, you need to try this device out at home before you go out to a dark site.
I opened Sky Safari5 Plus. I did a four star alignment with my Celestron AVX mount. I clicked on M57 or the Ring Nebula, it was right in the eyepiece. I clicked on M27 or the Dumbell Nebula and hit Goto. It went to M27 and was in the eyepiece, a 12mm Nagler. So I'm happy and I yelled "Hey, this thing works!". So I decided to go to M39 in Cygnus. And that is when the problems started. I told it to goto M39. It didn't go to M39, the telescope when to the other direction and was pointing at the ground. Meanwhile my buddy was having troubles with his ASIAIR device for his camera. We thought that the devices were interfering with one another. So I turned off the power and removed the device. I plugged in the hand controller and we didn't have anymore glitches or problems after that. My buddy said his device worked fine after I turned it off.
So I am wondering how far apart our wifi devices need to be? Can I hook up the Sky fi device on the AUX port and still run the hand controller? Or is it it one or the other? I was also concerned about running my battery down on my phone. I have a charger that I can use till I get to the observing site. I may upgrade my phone and get a better battery in a couple of months. It's a neat thing to use when it is working. But I would rather use my hand controller when other people are trying to use their devices. I'm doing the visual thing but I know how frustrating astrophotography can be. I may try it out at home when the moon is up.