How to: Install the Wireless Endpoint on your device
Posted by Vincent De Maertelaere, Last modified by Pieter Vandercammen on 13 July 2021 08:57 AM

On most devices, you can use the default App-store or Repository manager. On the setup pages you find the download links of the latest version.
This article serves as an overview of the available platforms.

The Wireless Endpoint is supported on:

  • Android
  • Apple iOS
  • Apple macOS
  • Microsoft Windows (7 and newer)
  • Fedora Linux (22 and newer)
  • Debian Linux (8 and newer)
  • Ubuntu Linux (LTS releases 14.04 and newer)

Below we provide more links to each platform.


Google playstore

On devices were the App isn't found in the play store, like Android TV, for these you can also check our manual installation guide.


Apple store

Apple macOS

You can download and install the Wireless Endpoint from the download page.


You can download and install the Wireless Endpoint from the download page.


The Wireless Endpoint is hosted on our internal Repositories. The bulk of the instructions below help you adding this repository to your Linux installation. Once added, the installation is easy. Updates afterwards will be pulled in automatically.

Debian / Ubuntu

For now we support Debian 8 (jessie) up to Debian 10 (buster) and for from Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (trusty) and to Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal Fossa).

On both platforms we suggest the following two steps.

wget -qO - | sudo apt-key add - 
sudo add-apt-repository "deb [arch=amd64] $(lsb_release -cs) main"

When installation is complete, the ByteBlower Wireless Endpoint can be installed using the standard software management packages for your distribution.

$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install byteblower-wireless-endpoint

Alternatively, the dpkg file is also available on request. Keep in mind that a internet connection will still be required to install all dependencies.

CentOS / Fedora

For RPM based systems, we provide the Excentis yum repositories.

1. Download

You can download the packages to initiate the repository configuration on our download page.

The installation and activativation of the Excentis repository needs both packages:

  • Base package for Excentis Repository users (excentis-repo-user)
  • Excentis Repository Configuration (excentis-repo)

2. Install Excentis repository

To initialize the excentis repository, Install the two downloaded files.

This must be done as either privileged user or user root.

a. Using command-line
$ yum install -y ~/Downloads/excentis-repo-user-1.0-1.*.noarch.rpm ~/Downloads/excentis-repo-1.0-1.*.noarch.rpm
$ dnf install -y ~/Downloads/excentis-repo-user-1.0-1.*.noarch.rpm ~/Downloads/excentis-repo-1.0-1.*.noarch.rpm
b. Using GUI

Open your downloaded packages from your file manager and click on the Install button.

Installation of base package for Excentis Repository users

Installation of Excentis Repository Configuration

3. Install ByteBlower Wireless Endpoint

This must be done as either privileged user or user root. The installation is done on the command line.


The CentOS package requires the EPEL-release extra repository for some Wireless Endpoint dependencies.

$ yum install -y epel-release

Now you can install the ByteBlower Wireless Endpoint

$ yum install -y byteblower-wireless-endpoint

As easy as can be:

$ dnf install -y byteblower-wireless-endpoint


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