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Set up your Nixplay Seed WiFi Frame with your smartphone


So you just received your Nix­play Seed and are now look­ing for a quick and easy tutorial to set it up? You have come to the right place In this video, I will explain how to set it up using your smartphone

If you want to use the web app on your laptop or PC instead, please check the video notes, I have a tutorial on this as well Take out these components from the package: The picture frame, the black cable, the USB power supply with the right plug for your country, and the remote control Connect your picture frame to the power supply It'll turn on and show this image Click the middle button of your remote control and your frame will start looking for available Wi-Fi networks

Pick yours using the arrow keys on the remote and confirm with the middle button In these days, we are used to everything being a touch screen but your Nix­play Seed frame is not a touch screen Everything is done via remote control Enter your password with the arrow keys and once you're done with it hit connect The frame will now connect to your local Wi-Fi and start a series of software updates

including one or more reboots Just let it run its course You may even be asked to choose your local Wi-Fi again but the password will still be stored A short promotional video will then greet you and finally you will see the most important screen, the one with a QR code and a serial number formatted across four tabs Either take a photo of this screen or write it down

For the pairing of the frame with a computer you need the serial number Now download the Nix­play app on your smart phone and create an account I already created one, so I'm going to log in straightaway Now, the first thing we are going to do is to tap "Pair frame" Enter the serial number in the four tabs that you have seen on the picture frame

The frame is now connecting and you will also see it on the frame itself Last, give your frame a name and a location if you like and check the time zone settings The Nixplay Seed frame does not store any images locally on an SD card but downloads all images from the Cloud Let's click on "add photo / video" and upload some photos to our own Nixplay account You can see an empty playlist that has been created by default

We are going to add photos and choose "photo library" You can add captions to your images here if you like Unlike in the Nixplay web app on your laptop or PC you cannot change the order of your playlist in the mobile app However, you can delete images And now we have your first playlist

Click on settings to specify your frame and playback setup In playback mode you can choose to play all photos or just the latest ones Shuffle mode is activating the random mode Then you have a whole lot of transition types that you can choose from You may want to set it to random to get started and then later be more specific

Just below you set the change frequency between 5 seconds and 1 hour Sleep mode means that you can define the time for the frame to wake up and to go to sleep and below are the motion sensor settings where you can set the time the frame should stay on after detecting movement You can specify what to do when the frame works up and activate the clock when the screen is turned off In display settings you can specify if you want to show the clock on the frame in the lower right corner and you can show captions that you have added it to the images You can change these settings directly on your frame by clicking on the COG wheel that is the lower right button of your remote control

Tapping on the friend's button will allow you to invite friends to send you images via email You can specify if the images are added to your playlist right away or if you want to review and add them manually later The mobile app also allows you to simulate the remote control And that's all there is If you want more information on digital picture frames, tricks and tips and tutorials have a look at my website www

thedigitalpictureframecom Thanks for watching and enjoy your Nixplay Seed frame

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