ScanSnap Evernote Edition Scanner Help
Reconnecting to a Wireless Access Point Using the ScanSnap WPS Button
If the Wi-Fi indicator on the ScanSnap lights up or flashes in orange, reconnect the ScanSnap to a WPS compatible wireless access point. The reconnection can be established easily by pressing the WPS button on the ScanSnap.
Perform the following procedures to connect.
Perform the following before you connect using the WPS button.
If ScanSnap Wireless Setup Tool for Evernote Edition is running while the ScanSnap is being connected to the computer with a USB cable, exit ScanSnap Wireless Setup Tool for Evernote Edition.
If scanning is currently being performed from ScanSnap Manager, end the scanning operation.
Button names and operating procedures may differ depending on the wireless access point. For details, refer to the manual for your wireless access point.
Turn on the ScanSnap.
For details, refer to Turning the ScanSnap On.
Turn on the Wi-Fi switch on the back of the ScanSnap.
After blinking green, the Wi-Fi indicator lights up in green or orange.HINT
When the Wi-Fi indicator lights up in green, the ScanSnap is connected to a wireless access point.
You do not need to perform the following operations.
Press the WPS button of the wireless access point.
Press and hold (3 seconds or longer) the WPS button on the back of the ScanSnap within 2 minutes after pressing the WPS button of the wireless access point.
The ScanSnap is connected to the wireless access point and the Wi-Fi indicator lights up in green.
If connection cannot be established, the Wi-Fi indicator blinks or lights up in orange.
If the ScanSnap cannot be connected to the wireless access point, refer to The ScanSnap and the computer cannot be connected via wireless LAN..HINT
For details about the Wi-Fi indicator status, refer to Front.