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Android device not connecting to PC over wifi

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I am running a web application on my PC browser (deployed on tomcat) and I want to see how it works on Andriod device. To this I have created a Wireless Ad hoc (Computer to Computer) network on my PC running windows 7. But when I go to Settings in Google Nexus (also tried Samsung Galaxy) and search for wireless network, it says 'Not in Range'. I can see the network SID but it does not connect to it. However when I tried with iPad, it connected to my PC wifi and I am able to view application on Safari browser.

I am not sure what is wrong here. I tried googling but could not find meaningful resource. Please can someone help me?

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