Step 3.) Copy the contents of the "SD" folder onto your microSD card. Don't copy the actual 'sd' folder, but rather the contents of the folder. So if you look at your sd card after copying you should see a file called "home" and a folder called 'test'.
Step 4.) Navigate to the "test" folder on your microSD card.
Step 5) Open wpa_supplicant.conf with Notepad++ (if you are using windows) or Textwranger for Mac. Fill in the sections that are relevant to your wifi network settings.
On the line that says ssid="your_wifi_ssid" change the part that says "your_wifi_ssid" to whatever your wireless network name is.
On the line the says "psk="your_password" change the part that says your_password to the password to your wifi i.e. my password is pinK so mine would be "psk="pinK".
Then save the file after making your changes.
Step 6.) Open yi-hack.cfg with Notepad++ (if you are using windows) or Textwranger for Mac.
Change these lines to match the network configuration for your network. You can see how your network is setup by going to the command prompt in windows and typing IPCONFIG. You can see how it's configured on a mac by going to Termninal and typing ifconfig.
Set the IP address for the camera to be similar to the IP of your computer, but change the last digit to a number between 2-254. For example if your computer is 192.168.1.100 perhaps set your camera to 192.168.1.200. The gateway, netmask, and nameserver should all match the ipconfig/ifconfig settings settings.
The default setting looks like this:
Replacing it with eastern time would look like this:
Save your file.
Step 7.) Eject your microSD card from your computer
Step 8.) Unplug the power from your camera
Step 9.) Plug the microSD card into your camera
Step 10.) Plug the power into your camera. The lights will start of orange, flashing orange, flashing blue, and then solid blue if everything worked.
Step 11.) If you ended up with a solid blue light you did it correctly. Now you can open up your web browser like chrome/firefox/safari/IE etc and browse the the IP address that you configured for your camera. For example in the configuration I posted you'd go to http://192.168.1.200 and from there it should load a web page that you can see links the the various camera streams.