my500e Wifi-Setup 4+

Jan Vetterli

Designed for iPad

    • Free



Setup App for your my500e Wifi dongle, which will bring you back the nice features of the Fiat Access/Uconnect for your Fiat 500e.

my500e is a replacement telematics module which will work in the US, Europe and Australia as well, available as cellular or WiFi version. It adds a smart precondition timer, so you can enjoy a pre-heated or cooled vehicle when you go to work. Many additional features are available with the Feature-Updates Package, check our website for more information's.

This WiFi-Setup App is needed to manage three available WiFi access points credentials for the my500e WiFi module. It uses BLE to connect to the module, in order to work it needs a powered up my500e WiFi module close by (up to 5 meters) and WEP2 secured WiFi access points.

Available functions:
-Connect: starts to search for the my500e Wifi module and will show you the login dialog as soon as a connection has been established. Default password "my500e" has to be changed on first login in order to continue.

-Add/Edit an access point by tapping onto the label, the module will scan for available WiFi access points and lets you pick one, enter the password and save to store the credentials.

-Delete a previously saved access point by tap and hold onto the label until the dialog will be shown.

--Change password: in case you'd like to change the login password.
--Restart Wifi: will restart the my500e WiFi module, saved credentials won't get lost. Only needed if the module should have issues connecting to the stored access points.

No other functionality then managing the access points credentials, vehicle data and functions are only available with the additional Web-App, details are shown on our website.

What’s New

Version 1.0.5

Small bug-fixes

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