1. Turn on your Wombat. It may take up to a minute for the Wombat to fully boot. When this process is completed, the WiFi icon will be blue on the Wombat will be solid blue.
Go to the Settings App. Select Wi-Fi from the left panel, and tap on Bad Elf Wombat to connect to it. The Wombat will connect, and it will show No Internet Connection. This is normal and expected. While the Wombat uses Wi-Fi as a bridge, it does not connect your iPad to the internet.
2. Go now to the JDM app. At the top left of the page, you will see it says Connected To: Bad Elf Wombat. Tap on Connected To: Bad Elf Wombat. This will show you that while the Wombat is connected to your iPad, there is no data flowing through to the JDM app. When prompted, tap Connect to Bad Elf Wombat. This will automatically start the connection process. If you do not receive this prompt, proceed to the next step.
3. If you were not prompted as in Step 2, then in the top left corner of the screen will show Connected To: Bad Elf Wombat. However, if you tap on Connected To: Bad Elf Wombat, then you will see it is, in fact, not connected. In order to fully connect the Wombat to the iPad, tap again on Connected To: Bad Elf Wombat.
4. The Connected To: Bad Elf Wombat icon will now go through a visual change as it connects. It will change to yellow, then to green, then to not having any colored highlight. Notice that the Download All button will have disappeared, and the Bad Elf Logo has appeared next to Connected To: Bad Elf Wombat.
5. If you tap Connected To: Bad Elf Wombat again, you will see information on your Wombat, and can confirm that it is indeed Connected.
At this point, any avionics databases you have downloaded will now be able to be transferred from the Transfer To Device tab, to the SD card or USB drive inserted into your Wombat.