How are the EZ and AP modes different?
The Wi-Fi Easy Connect (EZ) mode refers to the App sending a UDP broadcast or multicast packet containing the Wi-Fi name and password. The Wi-Fi chip of the device can receive the UDP packet, and by using a specific UDP organization form, it can decrypt the Wi-Fi name and password. Then the device can configure Wi-Fi and connect to the cloud to register the device information. Access point (AP) mode refers to configuring the phone to connect to the device's hotspot (the Wi-Fi chip's AP) through the App. The phone and Wi-Fi chip communicate directly, and the Wi-Fi username and password to be configured are sent to the device through the local area network. At this point, the device can connect to the configured router. Generally, the success rate of Access point (AP) mode is higher.