This guide explains how to connect the Atmocube to a Wi-Fi network using a USB flash drive.
Before attempting to connect the Atmocube to the Wi-Fi network, make sure the device is turned on. If the Wi-Fi connection is not available, the network indicator will flash blue, indicating that the Atmocube is ready to be connected to the Wi-Fi.
The Atmocube supports 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi networks with WPA/WPA2/WPA3 encryption. The Atmocube also supports connection to unencrypted Wi-Fi networks via the Atmocube Wi-Fi setup application, currently only on Android.
WPA-Enterprise Wi-Fi networks are currently not supported.
Atmocube supports connection to hidden Wi-Fi networks except hidden networks on channel 12 and 13.
For security, it is recommended to use a password-protected Wi-Fi network.
Please ensure that the USB flash drive is formatted with the FAT file system.
To reset the Wi-Fi settings, please follow the instructions here.
Generate a config file with the Wi-Fi network settings using the Atmocube configuration tool and download the file.
Note: Choose the correct model number for the Atmocube from the drop-down menu on the configuration page. The model number can be located on the back of the device.
Save the config.json file to the root of a USB flash drive formatted with the FAT file system.
Disconnect Atmocube from the power source.
Insert the USB flash drive into the USB slot in Atmocube.
Re-connect Atmocube to the power source.
Once the Atmocube is turned on, the config.json file will be accessed from the USB flash drive.
If the configuration is successful, the power and Wi-Fi indicators will turn solid green.
In case of connection issues, please check the troubleshoot here or consult your ISP or IT admin to clarify connection requirements.