Open NetMounter, and select Add Share
Now Go to Find Devices, if, for some reason, your device is not listed here, you need to type the IP address manually, in the IP Address field.
Choose the device you want to connect.
After you select the device, give it a name in the Label Field to identify your connection under the path described on the left side of the application.
Now, on the Folder Field, you need to type in the folder name that will follow the IP Address.
For instance, if your NAS has a folder called Movies and you want your NetMounter to access that folder, you need to type its name here
Now, on this field, you need to type the username and password.
In case you do not have any, leave it as default, like the image bellow
Mount on Boot, will attempt to mount the connection with the start-up of the system.
The last step is Add Share
This will Add the connection to the NetMounter List
Now, on your FileManager App
Go to System Memory.
Scroll Up until you find the Storage Folder
Inside the Storage Folder, you need to find the network Folder
Inside the Network Folder, is where all your connections will be placed
As you can see, all the items selected from the NAS are placed here.
If for any reason, you wish to change the mounted connection, in case you have changed the password or changed for another fixed IP address
You need to enter the connection, Edit with the new data, BUT, before you mount, you need to update share first, so all the changes can be applied.