How to share files on SD card with 4G LTE Mobile Wi-Fi via Phone web management interface (new logo)?

Follow the steps below, here takes M7350 as demonstration:

Access via Wi-Fi Mode

You can share files on an SD card via Wi-Fi mode so clients connected to the Mobile Wi-Fi can access the SD card.

1. Please refer to How to log in the management interface of 4G LTE Mobile Wi-Fi? (new logo)

2. Go to Device > Advanced > Storage Sharing.

 

To access via an Android or iOS device

1. Select By Wi-Fi for Access Mode.

2. Select Signed or Anonymous for Login Permission.

Note: If you have selected Signed, please specify Username and Password for access (admin by default).

3. Tap Done.

4. Search tpMiFi at the App Store Store or Google Play Store or simply scan the QR code to download it.

5. Connect your mobile device to the Mobile Wi-Fi.

6. Launch tpMiFi and enter the password you set for the Mobile Wi-Fi.

7. Tap SD Sharing to access the SD card. You can then view, download and upload multimedia files as needed.

To access the SD card via a PC:

1. Select By Wi-Fi for Access Mode.

2. Select Signed or Anonymous for Login Permission.

Note: If you have selected Signed, please specify Username and Password for access (admin by default).

3. Tap Done.

4. Connect your computer to the Mobile Wi-Fi.

5. Open Run and input \\192.168.0.1 (by default) or ftp://192.168.0.1. Then click OK to continue.

6. For anonymous access, you can now access the SD card. For signed access, enter the login username and password in the authentication window and click OK. Then you can access the SD card.

Access via USB Mode

You can connect your computer to the Mobile Wi-Fi via a USB cable to access the SD card directly.

1. Select By USB for Access Mode.

2. Tap Done.

3. Connect your computer to the Mobile Wi-Fi via a USB cable and access the SD card directly.

 

Get to know more details of each function and configuration please go to Download Center to download the manual of your product.

O artigo aplica-se a:
M7350( V4 V5 ) , M7200( V1 ) , M7310( V2 )
Configuration Guide | Updated 05-23-2017 02:19:16 AM