Userguide for RYC WiFi
You need the server application installed on your PC or Mac as a bridge between your DSLR camera and your Android device. Download the server zip file from the Downloads section for your platform and extract it wherever you want. If you have not already installed one of the available Remote Your Cam WiFi applications head over to the Downloads section and follow the links to the Android Market.
Using Remote Your Cam WiFi
1) Start the server
Start the server application by double clicking on the
ryc-server executable file in the extracted folder.
In the main window of the server (image below) you can change the download directory for your camera photos .
Below that the ip addresses  of your computer are shown which are necessary for the Remote Your Cam WiFi application to connect with the server.
The Android application is capable to auto-detect running servers, but there may be circumstances where the auto-detection is not working.
2) Connect your DSLR camera
Now that the server has started, just connect your DSLR camera via USB with your computer to get ready for remote control. The name of the camera will be shown in the main window of the server (  image above, Camera: Canon EOS 7D) if your camera is supported. Head over to the Features section to get a list of all supported cameras and their available functionality.
3) Start your Remote Your Cam WiFi application
Start the installed Remote Your Cam WiFi application. For the first time an EULA dialog will be prompted. If you want to use the application you have to accept the license terms. The application supports auto detection for running server applications. These will be shown in the server list ranked from the top and will be marked “auto-detected” . Alternatively you can type in your ip address manually . Click on “Connect” to open the session between your Android device and your camera.
The next screens show you the available settings and their current values on the camera. You can change these settings and take pictures by clicking on the fire button on the bottom. If you want to focus before shooting the picture just click first on the focus button (right of the fire button) and then on the fire button.
The following functionality is currently available:
-  This area shows you either the actual Live View from your camera or the last taken photo.
-  Autofocus Mode
-  Battery level of your camera
-  Shutter Speed
-  Aperture Priority
-  ISO Sensitivity
-  White Balance
-  Shooting Mode
-  Exposure Level Indicator
-  Color Temperature setting
-  Live View / Last Foto
-  Fire Button
-  Focus
By pressing the menu button of your android device, you get access to the options for Image Quality and Auto Focus.
Please note that not all cameras support all available features. Your available feature set may differ due to hardware limitations or unsupported functionality in the remote control protocol that is available for your specific camera.
WiFi Hotspot for remote control
If you are out of home or no WiFi access point is reachable but you want to control your DSLR with your smartphone or tablet then the most suggestable adivce is to create a WiFi Hotspot with your PC or Mac. This WiFi Hotspot will appear on your smartphone or tablet as a normal WiFi access point which you can connect to. For Windows systems the software Connectify can be used to setup a WiFi Hotspot.
Furthermore, some Android devices are capable of creating their own WiFi access point and thus provide an access point for your computer.