EAGET A80 AirDisk

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Contents

1 Product Introduction
1.1 Product and Accessories
1.2 Product Parameters and Configurations
1.2.1 Physical Parameters
1.2.2 Basic Parameters
1.2.3 Operating temperature
1.3 Related equipment requirements
1.3.1 Ethernet Connectio
1.3.2 OS on PC
1.3.3 Web Browser on PC
1.3.4 Local Network
1.4 Product View
1.4.1 Interface Function
1.4.2 Panel
1.5 Product Description
2 Quick Start
2.1 Air Disk Connection Modes
3 OS Start Guide
3.1 Windows Client Tool
3.1.1 Access Air Disk
3.2 WEB Management Interface (for Windows)
3.3 iOS Client Tool
3.3.1 Client installation
3.3.2 Access Air Disk
3.4 Android Client Tool
3.4.1 Client Installation
3.4.2 Access Air Disk

1 Product Introduction

1.1 Product and Accessories
Air Disk consists of WiFi-storage device?power adapter?Ethernet?USB cable?CD and QIG.

1.2 Product Parameters and Configurations
1.2.1 Physical Parameters
Product Dimensions 127.3x80x25mm

1.2.2 Basic Parameters
CPU MIPS24KEc 360MHZ
WIFI Supports 802.11 b/g/n, Frequency 2.4 GHZ
Network Interface 100Mbps Ethernet RJ45
USB Interface Micro USB 3.0 Interface can connect to the computer to transmit data and charge the device.
Battery 3000mA
Power
1. Maximal power dissipation(reading and writing data) 3.7W
2. Standby power dissipation(non-reading and non-writing data) 2.5W
3. Standby power dissipation(HDD sleep) 2.1W

1.2.3 Operating temperature
The operating temperature of the device should bewteen 5 and 35 degrees Celsius.

1.3 Related equipment requirements
1.3.1 Ethernet Connection
Once the Ethernet is connected, the WiFi -storage device has two operating modes, and the working modes are as follows:
1. Router Mode:

EAGET A80 AirDisk

2. AP+Client Mode:

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1.3.2 OS on PC
Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7
Mac OS X Tiger 10.5.0
Mac OS X Leopard
Fedora 12(Linux)
1.3.3 Web Browser on PC
The product on the Windows platform supports Internet Explorer 7.0 and higher versions.
The product on the Mac platform supports Safari 3.0 and higher versions.
The product on the windows and Mac platform supports Firefox 3.5 and higher versions.
The product on the Linux platform supports Firefox 3.5 and higher versions.

1.3.4 Local Network
The router/switch (It will be used under AP+Client Mode and Router Mode)

1.4 Product View

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1.4.1 Interface Function
The Ethernet Interface:
1. Router Mode: Connect the device to the router, and the device can serve as the terminal equipment to assign IP. The device can then provide the connection between the terminal device and WiFi.
2. USB3.0 Port When connected to the computer, the USB 3.0 can transmit data between the computer and the device, and can also charge the device battery.

1.4.2 Panel
Power LED
1. Green Steady Light: The battery power is >30%.
2. Red Steady Light: The battery power is <30% and >10%.
3. Red Fast Flash: The battery power is depleting and will soon shut down.
4. Green Slow Flash (every two seconds): The battery is charging.
5. Green Slow Flash (every one second): The device is shutting down.
6. LED off: The device is powered off.
WiFi LED
1. Blue LED shows the system initiation state. It starts flashing in the process of initiation, and it stops flashing when the system initiation completes.
2. Blue Steady Light: WiFi is ready.
3. The LED light is off for the following situations:
A. Device is on, but the WiFi signal is unsteady.
B. Device is off.
C. Device is in Mobile HDD Mode and the WiFi is off.

Internet LED
1. WiFi connection
A. Blue Steady Light: WiFi signal is good.
B. Red Steady Light: WiFi signal is weak.
C. No Light: Not connected to the Internet.
2. Wired connection
A. Blue Steady Light: Internet connection is successful.
B. No light: Internet connection failed.

RW LED
1. On Air Disk mode
A. White Steady Light: HDD connection is successful.
B. White Flashing Light: HDD is reading or writing.

2. Mobile HD mode
A. White Steady Light: Connected to USB2.0
B. White Flashing Light: Connected to USB2.0 and is reading or writing.
C. Blue Steady Light: Connect to USB3.0
D. Blue Flashing Light: Connected to USB3.0 and is reading or writing.

3. ON/OFF Button: Turns on/off the device.

1.5 Product Description
WiFi-Storage accesses the data through WiFi.
– Storage medium supports any 2.5inch by 9mm SATA HDD.
– With the WiFi module, it can support 802.11b/g/n.
– Includes two kinds of simple Router Operating Mode: AP+Client and AP+WAN.
– Supports USB Mobile HDD.
– Supports LAN data-sharing and cross-platforms which includes Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS (iPad/iPhone/iTouch), and Android.
– Supports samba/webdav.
– Support multiple platform client tools, including Windows, Mac, iOS. (iPad/iPhone/iTouch), and Android.
– A built-in battery which lasts for more than five working hours (seven standby hours).

2 Quick Start
2.1 Air Disk Connection Modes
1. Mobile HDD Mode: Connect the USB port to the computer. The Air Disk works solely as an USB external HDD with no power charging function and no WiFi HDD access.
2. WiFi HDD Mode: Press the power button ON. The Air Disk works solely as WiFi HDD.
3. Router Mode: Connect to the router via network cable to the Internet.
4. AP+Client Mode: The Air Disk can also connect to the router via WiFi to the Internet.

3 OS Start Guide
3.1 Windows Client Tool
Press the ON button and then the device will start. Open the wireless network connection on the PC and choose the wireless connection (Default Wireless SSID: WiFiDisk. default password 11111111). After the wireless connection succeeds, start the “Air HDD_V1.0.0.exe” to search the Air Disk. Select “Air Disk”, which will launch the browser to access the Air Disk.

3.1.1 Access Air Disk
1. Start “Air HDD_V1.0.0.exe” on Windows. The client can search all Air Disks in LAN.

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2. If you do not find the preferred Air Disk, please press the “refresh” button and search once again. Once found, choose the Air Disk and press the button “Log In”, which will launch the browser to access the Air Disk.
Type the default the user name and passworduser name: admin, no User Password.

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3.2 WEB Management Interface (for Windows)
To reach the login in page, you can either launch the browser through the client login, or directly input the IP address of the Air Disk. Input the default account and password (Account: admin, no default password). The configuration wizard will pop up when you first access to the device and the wizard will guide you through a step-by –step process to configure your Air Disk.

The wizard will pop up when you first access to the Air Disk.

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Press “Next” to next step.
A. If you choose the AP+Client Mode, then you will enter into the following interface:

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a. Press “scan” and it will scan the scope of the wireless router. Select the wireless connection you need in the list of SSID
b. IP Address: You can set up the IP Address through two methods:
i. Dynamic IP: Obtain the IP through the DHCP of the router (i.e. power 700).
ii. Static IP: Obtain the IP by manually input the IP Address (must be the same sub-network as the router).
c. After the completion of the settings, press “Next” and the settings will take effect.
B:If you choose Router Mode , you will enter into the following interface:

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a. There are two kinds of scenarios in the WAN Link Mode.
i. Dynamic IP: Obtain the IP through the DHCP of the router (i.e. power 700).
ii. Static IP: Obtain the IP by manually input the IP Address into the browser (must be the same sub-network as the router).

Completion of the internet setting, press “Next”.

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– SSID Must be letters and numbers with 1-32 in length.
– Channel: The default channel is “Auto”. Other channels are 1, 2, 3… 14.
– Mode The default is 11b/g/n. Other modes are 11Mbps (802.11b), 54 Mbps (802.11g), 150Mbps (802.11n), 11b/g/n.
– SecurityThe default security is None, Other security options are OPENWEP, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK , Mixed WPA/WPA2-PSK.
– Password
WEPMust be ASCII Characters, and the length must be 5 or 13 characters.
WPA-PSK , WPA2-PSK , Mixed WPA/WPA2-PSK: The length must be 8-63 characters.
– IP Address You can alter the IP Address in the WiFi&LAN Setting. When you do, the DHCP Server will automatically change its sub-network to match that of the IP Address.

After wifi & LAN setting,then click next to access to user setting interface

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Change the Admin’s password. Type the new password and confirm the password.
When you confirmed the new password, click “Next”, The system reboot will be required for the alterations to take effect.

3.3 iOS Client Tool
3.3.1 Client installation
1. Click “App Store” on the desktop.
Type the name of the client—Air HDD— in the search box on the top right corner.
Choose “Air HDD” in the application list. Since it is a free application provided by eaget company, click on “FREE” to the right of the application tab.

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Click “FREE” and the button will turn into “INSTALL APP”. Click “INSTALLAPP” and the installation will begin.

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After installation, the client “Air HDD” will be ready for use.

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3.3.2 Access Air Disk
1. Wireless Settings
A.Get into the Wi-Fi setting. The default name of wireless network connection is “Air Disk”. Once connected, the wireless signal icon will display on the top left corner of the iOS.

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B.Click the arrow button on the right side of “Air Disk” and you can check the IP address of the iOS.

2. User Login
A. Find the icon of client on the desktop and click it.

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B. There is no default password for the “Air HDD”. However, users can set passwords for extra security if they wish. Once set, users must input the password before they use the client. If you log in for the second time, the device will remember the password automatically.

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3.4 Android Client Tool
3.4.1 Client Installation
1. Download the client program named “Air-HDD” from the official website Google Play Store.

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2. Click on the client and press “Install”.

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3.4.2 Access Air Disk
1. First, connect to the Air Disk in the WLAN Settings. The default name of the Air Disk is “AirDisk”. You can change the name of the Air Disk in the management interface.

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2. Run “AIrDisk”
Find the icon of client on the desktop and click it.

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3. There is no default password for the “AirDisk”. However, users can set passwords for extra security if they wish. Once set, users must input the password before they use the client. If you log in for the second time, the device will remember the password automatically.

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Fuente EAGET China, este manual en ingles A80-EnglishUserManual y este es el cliente para Windos

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  1. Copiar AceGingerRoot.zip en el directorio raiz de nuestra microSD.
  2. Reiniciar telefono y entrar en modo RECOVERY (Para este modelo se presionan la tecla HOME, POWER Y VOLUMEN +, todas al mismo tiempo)
  3. Seleccionar update from sdcard (se desplazan entre las opciones con las teclas de volumen y con HOME ejecutan la opcion )
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  5. Por ultimo Reboot
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Liberar un telefono celular significa quitarle la restriccion arbitraria que cada compañia coloca sobre sus equipos, impidiendo el uso de otra red que no sea la de su empresa. Esto quiere decir, que si liberamos un telefono de Personal (p. ej.), podemos usarlo con cualquier chip de cualquier otra compañia (Movistar p. ej.).
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Ahora, esto es totalmente legal. Distinto seria tratar de reactivar un equipo dado de baja ya sea por denuncia de robo, extravio o falta de pago. Para sacar un celular de banda negativa tendrian que entrar en juego otro tipo de elementos que no voy a mencionar para no comprometer a nadie (sobre todo a mi).
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Bueno es sencillo de usar, simplemente colocan el numero de IMEI en el campo correspondiente y buscan la opcion correcta en los menus desplegables siguientes (marca, modelo, pais, empresa). Y finalmente CALCULATE.

Tienen 5 intentos antes de que su telefono se bloquee aun mas y solo pueda liberarse mediante cables. De todas formas la opcion que siempre resulta es la numero siete (+7#). Hay una explicacion para eso pero es al dope que se las diga.

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El numero de registro de su celular aparece debajo de la bateria y en la caja en la que vino. Si no se puede leer desde ninguna de esas dos posiciones, simplemente marquen en su telefono: *#06# y anoten.

Como se libera el celular una vez calculado el codigo de desbloqueo?

Quiten el chip de su telefono y coloquen el que quieran usar. Ahora puede aparecer o no una leyenda de “Ingrese codigo de desbloqueo”. E ingresan presionando varias veces la tecla asterisco #pw+(codigo)+7# (simplemente presionen asterisco hasta que aparezca el caracter buscado, salvo los numeros que los ingresan con las teclas numericas)
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