How to Use Helicon Remote Android App to Control Your DSLR Camera Wirelessly
If you are a photography enthusiast, you might have heard of Helicon Remote, a powerful app that allows you to control your DSLR camera remotely from your Android device. With Helicon Remote, you can adjust various settings such as aperture, shutter speed, ISO, focus, exposure compensation, white balance, and more. You can also take photos, record videos, and view live view on your Android screen.
But did you know that you can also use Helicon Remote to connect your DSLR camera to a Wi-Fi network and access it from any device on the same network This can be very useful if you want to share your photos or videos with others, or if you want to control your camera from a different device such as a laptop or a tablet.
In this article, we will show you how to use Helicon Remote Android app to crack Wi-Fi and connect your DSLR camera wirelessly. Note that this method requires a rooted Android device and some technical skills. Proceed at your own risk.
Step 1: Download and Install Helicon Remote Android App
The first step is to download and install Helicon Remote Android app on your device. You can get it from the Google Play Store or from the official website. The app is not free, but you can use the trial version for 15 days.
Step 2: Root Your Android Device
The next step is to root your Android device. Rooting is a process that gives you full access to the system files and settings of your device. This allows you to modify them according to your needs. However, rooting also voids your warranty and may cause some issues with your device. Therefore, you should only root your device if you know what you are doing and if you are willing to take the risks.
There are many ways to root your Android device, depending on the model and the firmware version. You can search online for the best method for your device. Some of the popular tools for rooting are KingoRoot, Magisk, SuperSU, etc.
Step 3: Install BusyBox
After rooting your device, you need to install BusyBox, a collection of command-line tools that are essential for running some scripts and apps on rooted devices. You can download BusyBox from the Google Play Store or from the official website. After installing it, open it and grant it root permissions. Then tap on \"Install\" and wait for it to finish.
Step 4: Install WPS WPA Tester
Now you need to install WPS WPA Tester, an app that allows you to test the security of Wi-Fi networks and crack their passwords. You can download WPS WPA Tester from the Google Play Store or from the official website. After installing it, open it and grant it root permissions. Then tap on \"Refresh\" and wait for it to scan for available Wi-Fi networks.
Step 5: Crack Wi-Fi Password
Once you see the list of Wi-Fi networks, look for the one that has a green lock icon next to it. This means that the network has WPS enabled, which makes it vulnerable to hacking. Tap on the network and select \"Connect automatic PIN\". The app will try different PINs until it finds the correct one and connects to the network. Note that this may take some time depending on the strength of the signal and the security of the network.
Step 6: Connect Your DSLR Camera to Wi-Fi
Now that you have cracked the Wi-Fi password, you can connect your DSLR camera to the same network. To do this, you need a compatible Wi-Fi adapter for your camera model. You can check online for the best options for your camera. Once you have the adapter, plug it into your camera and turn it on. Then go to the settings menu of your camera and enable Wi-Fi. You should see a list of available networks. Select the one that you just cracked and enter the password that WPS WPA Tester gave you.
Step 7: Launch Helicon Remote Android App
The final step is to launch Helicon Remote Android app on your device and connect it to your camera. To do ec8f644aee