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Wifi and Ethernet simultaneously on Android?
Hi everyone,
I am trying to set up a project where my tinkerboard needs access to two different network. One is a wifi connection to a drone with it's own wifi SSID. The other is to my home network, so the tinkerboard can talk to other computers running OpenCV that can see the drone and control it. 
I've got two issues:
  • When I plug in the ethernet cable, the wifi card won't hold a connection.
  • The wifi antenna can't see the drone's wifi SSID, though my phone can. I've checked that they both operate on the same frequencies, they do.
The drone I'm trying to connect to is a DJI Mavic Air. I need Android on the tinker board because that's what the DJI SDK uses.

Thank you for any insights.

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