Fairly new Android user here, and I just noticed my first problem. It seems the developers assumed that all wi-fi connections are to be used for the internet. But what about when I want to connect to a device with no internet involved? Well, my phone disables the connection and refuses to connect! A little background: I currently sell beds for a living (hate this job, but I digress). One of the bed lines I sell is Tempurpedic, and some of their beds have wi-fi connectivity for controlling the bed (e.g., raising & lowering, switching the massage on & off, etc). Basically what this means is that I can't demonstrate to customers the wifi feature of any wifi-enabled adjustable beds. I've fiddled around with the options, and nothing seems to overcome this annoying requirement for an internet connection. With my old iPhone, this feature worked perfectly since it's wifi connections weren't hinged on seeing an internet connection. It sure would be nice if there were an OS update to fix this! Unless there's some kind of workaround that I've yet to discover?