EASY WIRELESS SHARING
Understanding the connectivity features of the Apotop Wi-Copy
Apart from our mobile devices, the only other gadget that is always by our side is none other than the humble power bank. But, don’t you wish your power bank can do more than bring back your devices from the brink of battery death? Here, we take a closer look at Apotop Wi-Copy, which includes a rechargeable 5,200mAh battery, and how to make full use of the all-in-one device.
The first step in unlocking the full potential of the Apotop Wi-Copy is to download the app for your mobile device. The app, called Wi-Copy, is available to download from the Apple App Store and Google Play at no charge.
Once installed, the app will make accessing the Wi-Copy’s features a snap.
THE COPY IN WI-COPY
The main feature of the Wi-Copy is its ability to transfer files between a SD card or a USB storage device to a mobile device wirelessly using Wi-Fi at speeds of up to 10MB/s. To do this, connect the phone to Wi-Copy via Wi-Fi and use the app’s interface to copy files to and from your portable device.
The Wi-Copy can also double as a Wi-Fi hotspot. Just connect the device to a wired network via an RJ45 cable. Apotop WiCopy’s Wi-Fi settings can be configured by connecting to it via Wi-Fi and typing ‘10.10.1.1’ into the web browser. In the settings are also options to turn it into a Wi-Fi repeater.
You can also upload files from your device to the storage on the Wi-Copy here.
Customize the Wi-Copy’s Wi-Fi settings for added security.
There are also settings for the Wi-Copy’s repeater function.
Choose the files you want to copy and select the ‘copy to device’ option.
Once connected to the device via Wi-Fi, it’s time to launch the app.
The Wi-Fi settings are located here.
Download and install the Wi-Copy app.
Select the source of the file here.