If you are having difficulty downloading your device's data via Samba, here are some initial steps to check:
1) Ensure that both your AirVisual device and the computer you are trying to copy the data onto, are both connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
2) It is possible that in some environments, such as an office or public space, the Wi-Fi network may have some security controls which can prevent you from downloading the data.
Please try connecting your devices to a different Wi-Fi network, such as at your home, or try connecting these both using a mobile hotspot.
3) If using a Windows computer, please check that for step 3 of the Samba instructions
, you are entering the device Windows URL into File Explorer
Internet Explorer. Your view should look like the image below:
4) To check that your AirVisual device and computer are connected, try 'pinging' your AirVisual device.
First, find your AirVisual device's IP address within the settings menu > About > Pro Info.
To ping another network device using a computer running Windows, do the following:
> Bring up the run dialog by pressing Windows key + R.
> Type cmd and press Enter.
Type ping <IP address> and press Enter.
(that's ping + [space] + AirVisual device's IP address)
If the device is successfully pinged, then the devices are connected and you should be able to access the device data without issue.
If the device is not successfully pinged, then your computer and AirVisual device are not properly connected.
5) Check that your AirVisual device is properly connected to the Wi-Fi network. You can do this by checking the connectivity icon in the Pro settings menu (below), or by checking that the device readings are updating on your AirVisual app, if you follow it by registering
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