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Received form Teamviewer:

Dear Subscriber,
We are moving our infrastructure to a new data center to allow for a better overall service quality and provide additional scalability.
The availability of our services may be partially or completely interrupted while we move from Saturday, April 8 at 8:00 p.m. (CET) to Sunday, April 9 at 4:00 a.m. (CET). We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your patience.

Hopefully this change indicates that they have recognized issue that have plagued the service off an on and will help increase speed and reliability of Teamviewer connections and performance.
Well done Teamviewer ! ( fingers crossed)

Additionally :
This upgrade will allow for a better overall service quality and provide additional scalability.

The migration is scheduled with an 8 hours duration for
Saturday, April 8th, 2017, 8:00 PM (CEST) to Sunday, April 9th, 2017, 04:00 AM (CEST).
The move will impact the availability of our service. While existing sessions will not be affected during the move, you will not be able to start new sessions or add participants to existing sessions.
In the wake of the migration you may also be faced with a DNS issue if an outdated DNS entry is still cached on your server. This may prevent you from logging on to our service. In that case, you need to have the DNS entry deleted (e.g. by ipconfig /flushdns). Additionally, you can try to use a public DNS resolver (e.g. Google or OpenDNS).
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your patience.



Most users will not be affected as the DNS entries will remain the same. Customers with a static IP route will be affected, however, and will have to adjust the firewall rules accordingly. Please reach out to our support for more details if you need help with that.


Our new data center will be located in Germany so the move will not bring about any changes with regards to data privacy regulations.


-Assuming status updates will be timely and posted here:
Well, so much for that!
Just happened to me. I know the password is right because I took a picture of it before I left.
The window must have popped up because the first time I connected successfully, but I had to update TeamViewer on this computer to continue, so it disconnected me and installed the new version.

Now I can't connect at all, invalid password smh. That really sucks.
Teamviewer for Android / Re: Help with crash (log attached)
« Last post by xello on March 27, 2017, 06:58:58 AM »
Here is another log:

A force close happens at 13:28 on this one
Teamviewer for Android / Help with crash (log attached)
« Last post by xello on March 26, 2017, 11:13:09 AM »
Using lineage OS 7.1.1, i've found that TV has crackling audio and will often force close after a few minutes.

Here is my log, it's huge so hopefully someone who knows what to look for can ctrl+F and see if there are any indications of a problem.
Teamviewer for Android / How to wake android device from TeamViewer
« Last post by Ecco on March 25, 2017, 06:51:41 AM »
I have a Huawei tablet I am connecting to from a Samsung S7.  Connection works fine and I can control the device remotely.

The issue is after some time, the Huawei table ”goes to sleep” screen switches off and device locks. I cannot connect to device in this state, even though it is on. I have to physically press the wake button on the device before I can remotely connection.

Any suggestions how to get past this. I cannot be next to the device all the time to press the wake button so that I can connect.

Hope you can help
Teamviewer for Mac/iPad/iPhone / iPad Remove Remote Wallpaper
« Last post by Halcyon on March 25, 2017, 05:45:29 AM »
On my Macbook, running TeamViewer 11, I can toggle on/off Remove Remote Wallpaper in Preferences. But I don't see that option anywhere when I run TV from my iPad. When running TV from my iPad to remote control my iMac at home, it will remove the wallpaper no matter what. Is there a way around this?

Teamviewer for Windows / Re: How to Increase File transfer speed
« Last post by skan on March 24, 2017, 04:00:29 AM »
Maybe the problem is the university/company's proxy limiting the speed.
Teamviewer for Windows / Unattended Access not working
« Last post by ruxton_bruce on March 23, 2017, 04:58:30 PM »
I am trying to test Teamviewer on a number of Family and Friends PC's running both Windows 10 and Windows 7. I have installed Teamviewer in Unattended Access mode and set a password for all the PC's.

My problem is that when I restart any of the PC's Teamviewer cannot be accessed, I either get an error saying "Error Code: WaitforConnectFailed or it just tries for a second then does nothing. I can see that teamviewer_service.exe is running although I cannot see the Teamviewer Icon in the system tray.

Interestingly I do get a message on my machine from Teamviewer saying the User is Logged in - so it seems like Teamviewer is running on the remote machine.

If I remote desktop to the PC using Microsoft Remote Desktop and start Teamviewer manually with the Teamviewer Icon I can connect without any problem.

If I go to Extras->Options->General "Start Teamviewer with Windows" is ticked and Extras->Options->Security has a password set in the Personal Password (for unattended access) area.

I have tried uninstalling, restarting, disabling avast antivirus and then reinstalling as an administrator without any luck.

This is happening on ALL the PC's I have tried on. They are all located in different areas with different routers and different operating systems.

Any help would be much appreciated.

Teamviewer for Windows / Re: Black screen driver issue in Windows 10
« Last post by Danwold on March 22, 2017, 07:30:06 PM »
Is there anything you would need to help me fix this ? Logs? My first born? Lol
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