Q: How do I enable Bluetooth tethering?
Bluetooth - turn on Bluetooth - connect via cell phone inmolens.
Settings - Bluetooth - enable Bluetooth - locate a cell phone device to bind to - connect via inmolens
Q: How do I configure Bluetooth bindings?
1.Unbinding Inmolens APP in [My Glasses].
2.Settings - Bluetooth - open Bluetooth - click on the bound device, and unbind it.
Q: Why am I unable to bind other phones? Or am I unable to bind my s again?
Step 1: As a priority, update the glasses and the app.
Step 2: Determine whether the user's cell phone has been removed from the glasses.
Step 3: If both have been unbundled, try syncing the glasses terminal with the cell phone to be bundled and turning Bluetooth off/on once to reconnect Bluetooth.
Tips1: It is easier to connect and match the new device after unbinding the APP and the glasses; if only the APP side is unbinding, the glasses side is still unbinding.
Tips2: It is easier to unbind the device after the APP is unbundled from the glass; if you use your phone after the APP is unbundled, the glasses will retain the binding status of the corresponding device, and connection problems may occur.
Q: What happens if the user connects to the glasses via Bluetooth on their phone rather than through the APP?
If you connect the glasses to your phone, you can use them as Bluetooth ears to listen to songs in the system's ears mode (version 1.8 or later).
Q: Why are my glasses unable to search after I activate my cell phone's hotspot?
Step 1: Determine whether you are using an Apple phone or an Android phone.
Step 2: If you have an Apple phone, you must enable [Maximum Compatibility] in [My Hotspot] before the glasses can search for the corresponding hotspot. It is also recommended that you turn off the WIFI switch and restart the search once after turning it on.
Tips: There is no [Maximum Compatibility] option in [My Hotspot] if you use an old cell phone with an iPhone 11 or lower.
Tips: Some users with older iPhone 11 models do not have the [Maximum Compatibility] option in [My Hotspot], so their hotspots can be searched but not connected, indicating a compatibility issue.
Step 3: For Android phones, confirm that the [AP Band] is 2.4 GHz; if it is 5 GHz, the device will not be supported.
Step 4: For some of the most recent routers, the default password security protocol for WIFI hotspots is WAP3 or WAP2/3 hybrid, which is incompatible with our products, resulting in glasses cannot search for the corresponding hotspot. We will address this issue in a future version update.
Q: Why can't I cast the screen on my phone / phone can't find my glassless.
Step 1: As a priority, determine whether the glasses and cell phone are in the same local grid.
Step 2: Click the glasses to activate the screencasting service.
Step 3: In some cases, due to the low version of video software, individual users can search for their devices after updating their software (e.g. YouTube).
Step 4: This will result in a slow screen casting rate and delayed transmission in a network environment. The screen casting function is being restored by switching to a better network.
Tips: Although some users activate the hotspot function, they fail to activate the data service, forming a "fake hotspot."
Photo and image synchronisation
Q: Why are the photos in my enSynchronisationenvironment and screen casting operation recommended Synchronisation and slow when I transfer them back to my mobile phone app?
Step 1: Our photo albums only accept photos in the standard jpg format.
Check to see if you imported other photo formats to the album folder, such as png and other formats, which may cause slow synchronisation or other abnormal compatibility issues.
Tips: Currently, only 20 photos are supported for Bluetooth synchronisation, and videos are not supported; however, some users may drag HD videos to CameraV2 files in U mode, and the related videos will exist in the album of glasses, and the first load will be slower, depending on the video format and size. If you find yourself unable to drag files, you can recover by unplugging the glasses again.
Q: How do I view photos or screenshots on my phone after they've been synced?
Step 1: Cell phone/DCIM/INMOFolder; some photos are stored directly in the phone's remote control.
Q: Why do I see the remote control pointer on the glasses side at first, but then the pointer disappears without effect?
Step 1: This is a phone compatibility problem. Because some cell phones do not support the HID protocol, the pointer cannot be used, but other button functions, such as screen on/off and back, can be used.
Step 2: If the pointer vanishes by accident, we recommend reconnecting the INMOLENS APP, turning off the background, and then opening the APP or swipe turn system stem self-service gallery on some cell phone models on Bluetooth to resume.
Step 3: If the pointer occasionally disappears, we recommend reconnecting the INMOLENS APP, turning off the background and restarting the APP, or turning on Bluetooth to resume.