If there is an AirPort card installed in your Mac computer, you can connect to your Seagate Wireless Plus. See the user documentation for your computer for the most up-to-date instructions on connecting to a wireless network.
Once you have uploaded content onto the Seagate Wireless Plus, here is how to connect to it wirelessly from your Mac computer:
Please follow these instructions to connect a Windows tablet wirelessly to your Seagate Wireless Plus, in Windows RT or Windows 8:
iOS mobile devices can use the Seagate Media app to help you search for and play media files on your Seagate Wireless Plus device.
Seagate recommends that you install this app before you connect to the Seagate Wireless Plus network. You can find the Seagate Media app for free in the app store. Once it's installed on your iOS device, follow these steps to use it:
You will now be able to view the contents of your Wireless Plus.
You will only be able to open files that are natively supported on your iOS device. Files that are not natively supported will either require that you re-encode them into a format that is supported by the iOS device, or will require that you download a 3rd party app that supports browser access to network drives. For more information on what file types and codecs your iOS device supports, please visit the Apple website.
Android mobile devices can use the Seagate Media App to help you search for and play media files on your Seagate Wireless Plus device.
Seagate recommends that you install this App before you connect to the Seagate Wireless Plus network. You can find it for free in the Google Play store.
Once you have put content onto the Seagate Wireless Plus, here is how to connect to it wirelessly from your Windows computer:
Please note that you will not be able to perform this if your computer also has a direct connection to your router. You will need to disconnect your Ethernet cable first before attempting to do this.