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

EZ511-V5 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.


After 1 minutes, you will see the following dialogue 


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