Black screen from ios and android [SOLVED]


#1

Hello:

I have installed Jitsi Meet on my own Ubuntu server following this tutorial step by step and everything is ok.

I have not used dns name (my public IP directly). and I used the option of
self-signed certificate (let’s encrypt).

From a PC with Chrome, when I access my public IP, I receive the typical warning that the certificate is not valid. After that warning everything works correctly. I have created a room and from other pcs (with Chrome too) and with different networks everything works great.

However, in Android and iOS does not work. In both receive a black screen

Could it be because the certificate is not trusted? If I make the demo of the web of jitsi works everything correct (iOS and Android)

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance and sorry for my english!

Greetings.


#2

This is known and is a mobile limitation, where mobile cannot work with self-signed certificates.
Install Let’s Encrypt certificates and it should work.

You should not see any certificate warning on the desktop when using let’s encrypt certificates.


#3

Thank you very much for your comment.

Now using dns name everything works correctly with Let’s Encrypt. (web, android and ios)

Greetings.


#4

Installing a letsencrypt cert did not solve the problem.
I’m using jitsi-meet on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS configured with nginx fresh domain and everything. :frowning:
it does notify that the user from android has joined the chat but no video/sound is transmitted between them.
it works with meet.jit.si tho
any suggestions ?