7 Easy Steps to Turn Your Reliance JioFi into a Wi-Fi Mobile Storage Device

    Reliance Jio is a trending topic these days. While it's offering free 4G data services until 31st December via Jio 4G SIM, it is also creating an ecosystem for itself silently.

    7 Easy Steps to Turn Your Reliance JioFi into a Wi-Fi Mobile Storage

    We've already seen LYF branded smartphones being launched frequently in the Indian market. In addition to this, the company has also launched portable Wi-Fi hotspot devices such as JioFi 2 and JioFi 4G hotspot.

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    7 Easy Steps to Turn Your Reliance JioFi into a Wi-Fi Mobile Storage

    A couple of days ago, we at GIZBOT compared the differences between Reliance JioFi 4G hotspot and Airtel 4G hotspot. We've also told you how to make unlimited voice calls using the JioFI.

    Now, get ready to know how to turn your JioFi to a Wi-Fi mobile storage device.

    7 Easy Steps to Turn Your Reliance JioFi into a Wi-Fi Mobile Storage

    Step 1: Insert a microSD card in the JioFi card slot

    Step 2: Visit the admin page and log in as administrator. By default, the device password will be 'administrator.'

    Step 3: After logging in, go to settings and click on the storage option.

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    Step 4: Now, go to the storage account and turn it to 'enable.'

    Step 5: Keep both the storage username and password as 'sdcard.'

    Step 6: Select 'Wi-Fi storage' as the storage mode.

    Step 7: That's it, now you can directly access content on the microSD card on your phone.Visit this URL http://jiofi.local.html/sdcard.html to access content. You can also other users to access content. Just provide the credentials (username: 'sdcard' and password: 'sdcard').

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