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wifi:android_3dcraft

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Table of Contents

Connecting to WiFi

Android

  1. Download the .apk file 3dcraft from http://firmware.mpselectmini.com
    • located in the folders “Software - Android & Windows Apps” then “Android App - Malyan 3D Craft”
  2. Disconnect USB cable from the printer
  3. Open the Android application while connected to the wireless network you wish to connect the printer to.
  4. Tap the hamburger menu icon in the upper left and the tap “Config Wifi”
  5. Verify the correct SSID is listed.
  6. Enter wireless network password.
  7. Use the printers LCD to navigate to the “Move” menu.
  8. Press and hold the dial button.
  9. Release the button when the “Smart config started” message is displayed.
    • If the smart config message does not stay after releasing the button you can hold the button down through the whole process and the message will disappear once the WiFi is connected.
  10. Tap the “Connect” button and wait for the success or failed message appears on the device. If successful the printer's display will show the message “Smart config success” for a couple of seconds.

This method does work for configuring open system WiFi networks with no password.
After doing all the steps below the printer doesn't connect to WiFi, try “updating” to UI/LCD firmware version 34. After flashing version 34, the display will show that it is version 33. They forgot to increment the version number. Going back to version 34 helped with my printer received 2016-05-27 but one received 2016-09-02 didn't matter. On my printer received 2016-05-27, UI firmware version 34 is the only version that the smart config dialog stay up after releasing the button.

NOTES:

  • WiFi and USB cannot access simultaneously.
  • Disconnect USB cable from the printer if you want to use the WiFi function.
  • WiFi works with 2.4 GHz b/g/n networks only.
  • These next two notes apply to when connecting using the Android app.
    1. If you have a 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz network using the same SSID(wireless network name) you may have trouble connecting the printer.
    2. For initial WiFi setup try moving the printer closer to the WiFi router.
wifi/android_3dcraft.1487510065.txt.gz · Last modified: 2017/02/19 13:14 by Matthew Upp