Troubleshooting Guide: Anycubic Photon M3 Premium WiFi Connection Failure

Resin 3D printers are loved by many users. The technology that supports it is constantly improving, people can use 3D printers more conveniently, and unleash greater creativity. With the advent of WiFi-enabled resin 3D printers, users can more easily realize and control their printing. However, it's also possible to run into problems: not being able to connect the printer to WiFi, or something frustrating like that. There are many reasons for WiFi problems. In this tutorial, we will take Anycubic Photon M3 Premium connection failure with WiFi as an example to provide multiple solutions, guide users to complete WiFi troubleshooting, and bring the printer back online.


Why Choose a Resin Printer with WiFi Function

Resin printers are most commonly configured with a USB interface as the primary file transfer option. But with the development of technology, WiFi capabilities are becoming more common. Choosing a resin printer with WiFi function can greatly enhance the 3D printing experience, making it smoother and more convenient. Let's discuss the advantages and precautions of WiFi resin printers together.



  • Wireless file transfers
  • Convenience and ease of use
  • Remote monitoring
  • Firmware updates
  • Integration with cloud services
  • Network reliability. Frequent interruptions or network is slow
  • Printer Compatibility and maintenance


The USB transmission provides a reliable and universally compatible method, and the WiFi function can realize wireless convenience, remote control, and has a more prominent performance in optimizing the printing experience. With just a few clicks, Anycubic Photon Mono M3 Premium, supported by Anycubic APP, allows users to achieve online slicing, print with a single click, monitor the printing progress, and feel the joy of easily achieving creativity. Anycubic Photon M3 Premium is popular as an 8k large-size resin printer, equipped with a 10-inch 8K monochrome LCD screen, and a print size of 250*220*120 mm (HWD). It can easily meet various printing needs and realize large-volume, high-precision 3D printing.

How to Resolve Anycubic Photn M3 Premium WiFi Connection Failure

Solution 1: Make sure the WiFi antenna is properly installed

Please check that the WiFi antenna is securely installed on the printer and make sure there are no obstacles between the printer and the router to effectively receive the WiFi signal.


Solution 2: Make sure firmware in or latest.

Please click and refer to the following link to confirm that the minimum firmware version for Anycubic Photon M3 Premium is

Solution 3: Make sure the printer's server is global.

Enter the main interface of the printer, select System---Service, and confirm the server selection is 'Global'. If 'China Mainland' is displayed, click on 'China Mainland' to switch the server to 'Global'.


Solution 4: Make sure the APP is the English version.

If the page language displays as Chinese, please click and download the English (Global) APP.

Solution 5: Make sure that the phone has not switched to another WiFi network.

After successfully connecting to the printer's hostpot, the printer will show as not being connected to the internet and the app may pop up two notifications. Regardless of the situation, DO NOT switch networks.


Solution 6: Make sure that the APP has been granted access to the device's location.

Please ensure that the location permission for the app is set to "While Using the APP". If a pop-up prompt requesting location access appears, please select "Allow only while in use."


Solution 7: Make sure the accuracy of the entered password.

In case of an incorrect WiFi password, enter the correct password and initiate a WiFi re-connection.

Solution 8: Ensure the naming conventions of WiFi network, and password.

The WiFi network name and password can only recognize: letters, numbers, underscores, hyphens, @and:.

Solution 9: Make sure support of the router

The router frequency band only supports 2.4 GHz and does not support GHz or Simultaneous Dual Band. The router encryption method only supports WPA and WPA2, and does not support WPA3.

Solution 10: Request after-sale service of Anycubic Photon M3 Premium

If you still can’t connect to WiFi, please contact Anycubic After-sales Service, and the professional after-sales engineer will serve you to help you troubleshoot in detail and solve the problem of WiFi connection failure.

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