Based on the useful information that @Mdavid posted I went into my Android phone settings and found that my phone was setup for IPv4 by default which I guess was reason I seemed to be having no issues connecting or using Android Apps with the NowTV Hub Router 2.
I used these instructions below to check or disable IPv6.
Just been doing some further reading on the net and unless the phone has been rooted then you won't be able to change the IPV setting on it from what i have read.
My Android phone is stock where under the APN Protocol section it is also greyed out and locked but showing operating over IPV 4, where lucky for me the phone has be running fine over wifi on my Hub 2 router
Anyway it looks like you have found a solution by changing the settings on the Hub 2 thanks to @Mdavid 👍👍👍.
Fingers crossed everything will run smoothly from now on, between your Android devices and the NowTV router 🤞🤞🤞.
I am having same problem with an android TV box MX10 (Also tried another box same problem) Although the wifi connects ok and tests out for speed NO apps will work. (Cinema.apk, Livenettv.apk, Mobdro or any Kodi apps. Will your solution be ok for this problem.
Start at the very top of the thread (that’s page 1). On reading down, you will find the Answer.
Hi, thanks for replying. I have read the advice but I don't fully understand how to do it. "Navigate through the menus:- Advanced, LAN IP and scroll down to LAN TCPIP LAN IPV6 setup. Untick the Enable LAN IP V6 on LAN side & apply settings". Do I navigate through the menus on my phone? I own a OnePlus 7 Pro and there is no LAN IP option that I can find on my phone. Would appreciate any advice. Cheers!
Not on your phone, no. You do it on your router.