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How To Upgrade JioFi Firmware?

Reliance Jio’s JioFi is a personal hotspot that can connect up to 31 devices to the internet at a good speed.

Most of the time, when you buy a new JioFi device, it has an older version of the firmware. This can lead to a bad network and slow internet speed, which can make things worse for the user.

The company’s solution to this problem, though, is to update to the latest JioFi firmware. When you update to the latest version of JioFi, most of the bugs have been fixed, and the speed and performance are much better than in earlier versions. It also fixes any problems with the JioFi WiFi device’s own systems (s).

So, upgrading your device to the latest JioFi firmware is good for its health and how well it works. But the JioFi won’t be automatically updated, so you’ll have to do it yourself.

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Where can I find the latest firmware for JioFi?

In the settings of the JioFi Local HTML website, you can find the most recent version of the JioFi firmware. When you go to jiofi.local.html and sign in to your account, you will be able to find information about the JioFi firmware.

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How To Upgrade JioFi Firmware?

Follow this guide to bring the firmware on your JioFi device up to date. Before you go any further, make sure your JioFi device is fully charged, you have the login information for your JioFi account, and you have the latest version of JioFi firmware.

  1. Power on your JioFi device.
  2. Connect it to a PC or a mobile device.
  3. Now, visit the admin panel of JioFi by going to http://jiofi.local.html.
  4. Once the page opens, log in to the Admin panel using the login credentials. If you have forgotten the login credentials then you will have to factory reset the JioFi device and then use the default credentials to log in.
  5. Once logged in, click on the firmware option.
  6. You will see a configuration backup option there. Make sure that you back up your JioFi settings and configurations by clicking on this option.
  7. Now, go to Settings > Firmware Upgrade.
  8. Click on Browse and select the downloaded file of the latest version of the firmware.
  9. Click on Apply to start the process of upgradation and installation. This might take some time.
  10. The latest version of firmware will now be installed and after the installation is completed, your JioFi device will reboot automatically.

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