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power on with power supply
power on with power supply
2019-07-10 20:39:45
Model: M7200  
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Hi,

It's possible configure the device for power on with power supply?

I mena, After shutdown for low battery, can the device power on only with connection to power line without pressing the power button?

 

Thanks

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Re:power on with power supply
2019-07-12 07:53:34

@FM1h 

 

Once it was shutdown due to the low battery, it can be powered on as long as the power supply plugged into the USB port.

 

While to make it work, like connect to its wifi network, we need press the power button to activate it first. 

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Re:power on with power supply
2019-07-30 09:10:12

Ok, Thanks

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Re:power on with power supply
2019-07-30 12:11:03 - last edited 2019-07-30 12:26:50

I sugested this directly as Firmware enhancement, this would be so beneficial for creating Car Hot Spots, for any MiFi !
Would probably be good, if more people would request this feature directly by sending a polite message to TP-Link Support:
Request for Auto-Power-On for MiFi as Firmware Enhancement: 
Either as a Setting-Option that enables on/off if MiFi should turn on automatically when USB-Power is connected.
OR automatically when there is no Battery detected and USB is connected, that the MiFi turns on.

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2019-07-31 01:01:54

@Skylion 

 

Thanks for your advice. We have noted that and reminded our R&D team.

 

They will work on it and evaluate the feasibility. 

 

You can keep an eye on official website. 

 

Nice day. 

 

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2019-07-31 06:25:26 - last edited 2019-07-31 06:26:19

@Skylion 

 

Great idea!

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Re:power on with power supply
2019-07-31 06:32:43

@Skylion @Kevin_Z

 

Hi, this is my scenario.

I need a remote control stand-alone.

There is a M7200 with a mobile sim and a raspberry pi that creates a reverse ssh tunnell with a cloud server.

The problem is that the wifi goes into standby and I can't connect anymore.


I'm trying to ping from the RPi (to M7200, to server & broadcast) at intervals but it doesn't always work right now.

The final solution will be to directly use a wifi card on the RPi that closes and reopens the connection every time it falls.

 

It would be great to be able to reactivate the wifi by sending USSD codes to the mobile sim of the M7200.

Thank you   

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Re:power on with power supply
2020-06-23 06:57:36 - last edited 2020-06-23 06:58:16

Totally +1 i took this 4g router ti use It as car router, and i'd like to position It in My car Trunk, but would be Impossible without auto Power on,

2019 post and function still isn't there, i think icm going to send It back to Amazon and take another brand.

 

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