I have two computers, both Windows 10 and both using AMD graphics hardware. One is a PC connected through ethernet and hosting a Mobile Hotspot, and the other is a laptop. When I connect to my home network on the laptop (the same network that I'm connected to through ethernet on my PC), spacedesk works fine and is able to detect my PC. However, the performance isn't great because of my poor connection to the WiFi (my room's pretty far from the router), so I figured making a Mobile Hotspot would help with performance. However, once I'm connected to the Hotspot, spacedesk is no longer able to find the primary machine. Or at least, most of the time it can't. Occasionally, immediately after restarting the laptop, it will find my PC under the Hotspot's IP.
In terms of the troubleshooting I've done so far, I looked through the manual, and the only fix I was able to apply to my setup was enabling Network Sharing on the Hotspot, which made no difference. I've tried connecting manually using the little "+" in the viewer, but clicking it makes the viewer window crash. I've tried enabling auto-connect and then restarting in an attempt to capitalize on the aforementioned window of time after the restart, but that has yet to be successful. I've tried the HTML5 viewer, which again works fine over the home network, but when using the Hotspot it comes up with problems. When trying with the PC's IP, it returns an error asking to make sure I've used the right IP, and when using the Hotspot's IP, it starts a connection attempt that doesn't end.
The Hotspot is able to connect to the internet just fine, and again, Network Sharing has been enabled. The only thing I can think is the "Network Segments" mentioned in the manual, which is something I'm not familiar with. Even then though, it says the devices should still be able to connect manually, so I would think the HTML5 viewer would work.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.