Internet Access on Android

Internet Access on Android

Internet/Network access on the Android side of the panel can be provided in two ways:

1. Wired- Located on the underside of the panel inputs, you'll find the Ethernet port for a hard-wired network cable. Next, in Android, go to Apps, then Settings, Click on Network, toggle on Ethernet and verify settings.

2. Wireless- You may contact your account manager or re-seller to purchase a ClearTouch WiFi Module. This is a device that is designed specifically for ClearTouch panels. Alternatively, you may plug a USB Wi-Fi adapter in the USB 2.0 port located on the right side of the panel behind the screen, above/or below the HDMI inputs. Next, in Android, go to Apps, then Settings, Click on Wi-Fi, toggle Wi-Fi on, select the appropriate wireless network and click connect. (If further configuration is needed, Advanced Options is located at the top right of the screen (...).

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