iOS 13 FlightBox Utility not connecting; EFB connects fine

Please provide the following information:

Hardware:
[  ] FlightBox Kit
[  ] FlightBox Assembled (FB1X)
[ X ] Generic Stratux

FlightBox / Stratux version: (e.g. "v0.8r2" or "v1.0r1")

FlightBox 2.0r1

FlightBox / Stratux build: (e.g. "db130aab76")

(not available at the moment)

Radio Configuration:
[ X ] Dual Band
[  ] Single Band - US / CA - 978 MHz UAT
[  ] Single Band - International - 1090-ES

GPS Configuration:
[ X ] None - Using mobile device's GPS
[  ] Open Flight Solutions Remote GPS
[  ] Internal GPS Module (VK-172)
[  ] Other:

USB Power Source:
[  ] USB Battery: (Make / Model Here)
[  ] Cigarette Lighter Adapter: (Make / Model Here)

Other: Hard-wired to aircraft power w/ circuit breaker

USB Cable:
[  ] 3' heavy gauge cable included with FlightBox
[  ] Other: (Make / Model / Description Here)

EFB Application name and version:

Current ForeFlight (11.8.1) running on iPad Pro 10.5, iOS 13.1.3

Please include a detailed description of your issue or question:

I’m unable to get the FlightBox utility app on my iOS 13 iPhone or iOS 13 iPad to connect to the Stratux box running 2.0r1. The box is sending ADS-B traffic and WX fine via wifi to ForeFlight on both of those devices and to my MGL EFIS via a serial wire.

I am able to connect to the box using the FlightBox utility app on an iPad still running iOS 12 (that’s how I verified FlightBox software 2.0r1 today) and with the generic Stratux app on the iOS 13 devices.

Is this a known issue? Any suggested workarounds (other than not updating the iOS 12 iPad)?

Thanks!

Did you ever get a fix for this? I’m having the same problem.

I haven’t gotten a fix yet, no. Thanks for posting - it’s helpful to see it’s not a unique issue.

Same here. Any response from Openflightsolutions?

In the Report page, I get the following Status Report message: ‘Attempting to connect with your FlightBox system. Make sure your mobile device is connected to the FlightBox wifi network.’