Select Wi-Fi Function and set a nickname for the camera of your choice 6. Press OK if the camera asks you to verify the connecting device, and save the configuration in SET1. The next time you select the Wi-Fi function, you can use the same configuration settings that you stored in the initial set-up process, and connect to the camera from your smart device following steps 11 and 12. The camera will create a Wi-Fi network for your device to connect to. On your device, go into Settings, select Wi-Fi, and then choose the network name shown on your camera. Once you see your device has connected to the camera’s network, open the Camera Connect app. You’ll see a confirmation message on the camera to confirm that it is connected to your device. Alternatively, pressing the Wi Fi icon in playback will take you to a connection history menu. To view the GPS data, select the photo on your camera and click DISP. Your previous connection to your smart device with the old Camera Window app is stored in your camera as part of its connection history list. On your device, go into Settings, select Wi-Fi, then choose the network name shown on your camera. On your smart device, go into Settings, select Wi-Fi, then choose the network name shown on your camera. Once you see your device has connected to the camera’s network, open the Camera Connect app. You’ll see a confirmation message on the camera to confirm that it is connected to your device. Once this process has been completed once, you will not need to repeat the authentication in detail again. If your camera does not have this button, then press the Wi-Fi icon in playback. After creating a nickname, select the mobile phone image that appears on the display. The next time you press the mobile button you can jump straight to Step 4. Here, you will see a button on the bottom right of the device; tap it and you will be provided with different settings such as Shutter speed, Aperture, ISO, Continuous shooting and Self-timer. Select the setting you want to change and scroll left or right to adjust it.Automatic deletion of unreleased documents after a pre-defined time, helps IT managers to reduce print costs.Standard push print mode offers simple send-to-print functionality. On your camera, press the button with the mobile phone symbol on it. Once this process has been done once, you will not need to repeat it again.Make sure the time on your camera and device is correct. You can also delete the old Camera Window app to avoid confusion. Operating System: - i OS 9.3/10.3 - Android OS 5.0-5.1/6.0/7.0-7.1Bluetooth System Requirement: For Bluetooth connection, the camera needs to have a Bluetooth function, and your device needs to have Bluetooth 4.0 or later (supports Bluetooth Low energy technology). Compatible File Types: - JPEG、MP4、MOV Note: - If application does not operate properly, try again after shutting down the application.Learn about the services that Epson Connect can offer to ensure you gain the most out of your printer and smart devices.Print from the comfort of your chair, from the garden or whilst away.
Connect is always ready for your next video conference call.2) Free 3G browsing Regular Kindles include a web browser, but if you have a 3G Kindle Keyboard, you can browse from anywhere over the 3G network for free.Amazon has put in place a 50MB monthly limit, but you can carry on using Wikipedia and the Amazon Kindle store even after hitting the limit.To do this simply copy MP3 files to your Kindle by connecting it to your computer using the USB cable, and then place the files in the music folder.After ejecting your Kindle, press the Menu button on the home screen and chose Experimental.