Thanks, I hadn't entered the subnet mask correctly. But even after that was fixed I still had a problem. I'll explain in detail so that anyone else who encounters this will have a better chance of finding the explanation
After correctly configuring the phone's WiFi settings, it then reported that it is connected to the router.
Settings --> Wireless & networks --> WiFi (checked)
Says "Connected to [router name]"
So back to HiSuite...
Trying to enable a WiFi connection in HiSuite still results in the message: "Connection failed. Can't connect your device via WiFi, please check:"
A: Whether the security code you entered is the same as your device.
B: Whether the Computer and Device Are on the Same Network.
YES: IP=192.168.2.1 Mask=255.255.255.0.
C: Whether HiSuite daemon is running on your service.
THIS IS THE PROBLEM! SEE BELOW.
D: Whether WiFi sleep policy has been specified in WiFi settings.
Set to NEVER.
The problem was that the Security Code that HiSuite asks for in its WiFi connection section is NOT the WPA security code of the router
, which is what I had been trying to use. What HiSuite is asking for is a code that you get from the HiSuite daemon (i.e. app) on the phone.
Run the HiSuite app on the phone, tell it to enable WiFi, and the app will then give you a short security code (mine is 4 characters) to be typed into HiSuite where it asks for a Security Code.
Thanks for your assistance, and I hope this might help someone else.