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01. Download the following recovery package to your computer. The downloaded package should automatically be located in your Download folder.

EZ311-V4 Recovery Package


02. Browse to your Download folder and locate the downloaded package. Right click and open with Windows Explorer. 




03. Click on  Extract all   and extract to a folder. In this example, we will create a C:\ez311 directory. It can be any folder name of your preference.


04. Assign a static IP address  , Subnet mask  to the Ethernet / LAN port of your computer or laptop. See tutorial below to complete before proceeding to Step 05

Assign a Static IP Address in Windows 7, 8, 10, XP, or Vista


05. Go to the C:\ez311 folder in this example or the folder which you have extracted the package to. Double click to execute the  tftpd32.exe  software


06. Windows will prompt a Windows Security Alert. Click  Allow access  . This process requires you to have Administrative Rights on your Computer or Laptop. After Allowing access, the TFTP server is now actively ready for the recovery process.



07 Connect a ethernet / LAN cable on the Yellow ports of the EZhotspot Extender to your Computer or Laptop's ethernet port. Immediately after supplying power to the Ezhotspot Extender, PRESS & HOLD the reset button with a end of a paper clip for 6 seconds. After 6 seconds, release.


Depending on the colour of the LED, you will see the following dialogue

  <ap152-jffs2<  (After 1 Minute)

<ez311.bin<   (Almost instantly)

Note: When there is no more LED light, unplug LAN cable from the EZhotspot Extender. Re-power the EZhotspot Extender. It will start blinking Blue LED. After 30 seconds, insert back the LAN cable to the Yellow Port of the EZhotspot Extender. It will resume downloading the ez311-en.bin and complete the recovery. 


After 2 minutes, you will see the following dialogue

After 3 minutes, you will see the following dialogue

V5   <ez511-en.bin<
V4   <ez311-en.bin<



08. After 11-13 minutes, your device is recovered.

  • Check for the broadcasted SSID  ez@XXXXXXX  of the EZhotspot Extender in your device's wireless settings.
  • Remove the ethernet / LAN cable.
  • Reboot the Ezhotspot Extender to ensure it is working correctly.
  • End the TFTP server by clicking on the X button in the top right of the window
  • Assign your Computer / Laptop back to DHCP or "Obtain an IP address automatically"
  • Delete the Recovery package