English Link to the user guide here Have more questions? Submit a request 3 Comments Date Votes 0 irishndo2 January 03, 2015 20:51 There is no information as to how to set up the bottle. The wrong USB adapter (micro instead of mini) was included with the bottle. After I charged it fully, attached the nano USB adapter, I was still unable to pick up "KinoBottle" on my wifi network. So far I'm not thrilled with this purchase. 0 Laurent Desmons January 06, 2015 10:19 Hi, You should have recevied the usermanual linked up there: https://fr.slideshare.net/kinomap/usermanual-kinobottle Was it not the case? To reach the wifi network, make sure you're not on an Android device. If you still have problems, please submit a ticket to our support system. Laurent 0 irishndo2 January 06, 2015 16:02 I got it to work, however the user guide and the bottle itself are misleading. The outside of the bottle says “power on/off” with a place to theoretically see the light from the power bank (you cannot). Once the power bank is charged (using the right cable, not the one included), the red light (which you can’t see from the outside) turns blue. I did not realize that I then had to open the bottle, remove the power bank, and press a button to turn it on. Once I did this (& the power bank turned green), I was able to find KinoBottle on my wireless networks. I’d recommend adding this to the User Manual as it's not straight-forward Please sign in to leave a comment.