JioFi is a personal hotspot device by Reliance Jio that can provide internet up to 31 devices with good internet speed. When you buy the new JioFi device then most of the times it is on the older versions of the firmware. This can cause bad network and slow internet speed and hence a bad user experience.
However, the company’s response to this problem is to upgrade to the latest JioFi firmware. When you upgrade to the latest version of the JioFi then most of the bugs are fixed and the speed & performance have been improved vastly as compared to previous versions. It also removes internal system errors in JioFi device(s).
Therefore, it is good for the health and performance of your device that you upgrade it to the latest JioFi firmware. However, the JioFi would not be updated automatically and you will have to update it yourself.
Where to find JioFi latest firmware?
You can find the latest version of JioFi firmware from the settings of the JioFi Local HTML website. Once you visit and log in to your account on jiofi.local.html, you will be able to find the details related to the JioFi firmware.
How To Upgrade JioFi Firmware?
To update your JioFi firmware to the latest version, follow this guide below. Before you continue, make sure that your JioFi device is fully charged and you have the JioFi account login credentials available with you and you have downloaded the latest version of JioFi Firmware.
- Power on your JioFi device.
- Connect it to a PC or a mobile device.
- Now, visit the admin panel of JioFi by going to http://jiofi.local.html.
- Once the page opens, log in into 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.
- Once logged in, click on the firmware option.
- You will see a configuration backup option there. Make sure that you backup your JioFi settings and configurations by clicking on this option.
- Now, go to Settings > Firmware Upgrade.
- Click on Browse and select the downloaded file of the latest version of the firmware.
- Click on Apply to start the process of upgradation and installation. This might take some time.
- The latest version of firmware will now be installed and after the installation is completed, your JioFi device will reboot automatically.