Q: Can voice control for Google Home be set up in English?
A: Yes, you can use English to control Google Home. Choose English when configuring the speaker.
- Google Assistant: Go to Settings -- Preferences -- Assistant languages
Q: I forgot my password, what should I do?
A: To get a new password, click the "Forgot password" tab on the login page. Then enter your email address and click on "Next". You will then receive a verification code - type it in, enter your new password and click "Confirm".
Q: How do I change my password?
A: You can change your password directly in the app. To do so, open the app and follow these steps: select "Me" - "Tap to set user name" - "Modify login password" - then tap "get" and enter "Verification code" - enter your new password - select "Confirm".
Q: How do I change the language of the app?
A: The language settings on your mobile phone/device determines what language the app is in. For example, if your mobile phone is set up in English, the interface of the app will be displayed in English as well.
Q: What is the operating system compatibility of the app?
A: iOS 9.0 or later, Android 5.0 or later (only for mobile phones), Bluetooth version 5.0 or later
Q: Why can't I share the device with other people?
A: Confirm whether the other user has an account on the app. Confirm whether you are both registered in the same country / region. You can only share devices with users who are registered in the same country/region. Bluetooth Mesh and ZigBee devices do not support the sharing of separate devices. You need to share the associated devices as well, in order for it to work.
We recommend that you share all devices with regular users such as family members and people in your household.
Q: Why can't I control my ZigBee device after it has been successfully connected?
A: For troubleshooting we recommend you follow these steps:
- Check whether the device itself is operating normally and reset if needed.
- Try to disconnect and reconnect the device.
- Check if the router connected to the gateway is connected to the internet.
- Check the strentgh of the Wi-Fi signal and try to re-connect the gateway if necessary.
- Check if your device is too far away from the gateway or other routers to form a mesh network.
Q: How do I configure network connections for ZigBee devices?
A: The transmission network between ZigBee devices is similar to a cellular network. ZigBee device data is transmitted to the next node if a ZigBee channel (e.g. a ZigBee socket) exists within its effective transmission range, and is then transmitted to the internet through a smart ZigBee gateway.
You should therefore configure network connections for ZigBee devices based on their distance away from the ZigBee gateway. Start by configuring the closest ZigBee device to the ZigBee gateway.
Q: Why can't I get the automatic sequences on my ZigBee devices to work?
A: After you configure an automatic sequence for a ZigBee device in the app, the change in settings will only take effect once it has been synchronized with the ZigBee device. This typically happens within 1 minute. The change in settings will not take effect until the synchronization is complete.
Q: Why do I have to add a gateway before I add a ZigBee device?
A: The ZigBee gateway is like the brain of the system. It centrally manages ZigBee devices and ensures that they are working properly and securely. In addition, a gateway can connect to your ZigBee devices even when the network is disconnected.
Q: Why did my device fail to connect? (ZigBee)
A: Check the following in this order:
1) Is the Wi-Fi enabled on your mobile phone / device? Is the router working properly?
2) Is the distance between the gateway and the device too far (more than 5m)? The distance should be as short as possible.
3) The device may have been added before. Reset it and add it again.
4) Check if there are other ZigBee gateways nearby.
Q: After a power failure my device is not connected anymore. What should I do?
A: Your device does not have a memory function so we recommend re-adding your device.
Can I control multiple devices with my app? Yes, to do so, group devices of the same type (e.g. bulbs with other bulbs) or create sequences.
Q: How can I set up a group to control multiple devices at once?
A: To set up a group to control multiple devices of the same model, first navigate to the device page. Then tap "✏" in the top right corner and then select "Create group". Tick the device you want to add and tap "Confirm" in the top right corner to create the group.
Q: How do I create a device group?
A: Tap a device in the device list to go to the device's control panel page. Tap "✏" in the top right corner to go to the edit page. Tap "Create group". On the "Select device" page, all devices that have been added to the account and have the same model as the device are displayed. Select the devices you want to control as a group and tap "Save". (Selected devices must have the same version of embedded firmware)
Q: How can I delete my app account?
A: Tap on the profile picture to enter the "Me" page. Then click on "Account security" and "Deactivate account".
Q: How can I update the app?
A: There are two ways to update the app:
- Go to the App Store (iOS) or Google Play (Android).
- Open the app, tap "Profile" in the bottom left corner and then select "About" to check for available updates. If you see "Latest version", no further updates are required/available. (Android only)
Q: How do I report issues that I have encountered?
A: To report issues, tap the profile picture to enter the "Me" page. Select "Help center" and tap "Report issues" in the bottom right corner.
Q: How do I move a device into a room?
A: To move a device into a different room, follow the steps below:
- Tap "..." on the right side of "All devices" on the homepage.
- Select "Room management".
- Select the room that you want to add the device to.
- You will see all the devices that are not already in that room.
- Tap the "+" in front of a device to add it to the room.
Q: How do I find the virtual ID of a device?
A: To find the virtual ID of a device, follow the steps below:
- Tap "✏" in the top right corner.
- Tap "Device information".
You will see the device's ID, IP address, MAC address, time zone, online status, etc.
Q: How do I remove a device?
A: To remove a device, follow the steps below:
- Go to the device control page and tap "✏" in the top right corner of the page.
- Select "Remove device" to complete the operation and remove the device.
Q: How do I link a third-party smart speaker to the app?
A: Go to the" Me" page and tap "More services". In the third-party access service section, tap the third-party smart speaker icon and then follow the instructions to link the smart speaker with the app.
Q: How do I disable app notification on my mobile phone/device?
A: To disable app notifications, log in to the app, tap "Me" — "Message Center"— the settings icon (in the top right corner) — "Do not disturb", and disable "Push Notifications".
Q: How can I organise my rooms?
A: Go to the home page, tap "…" and choose "Room management" within the shortcut menu. Tap the sorting icon in the top right corner. To change the order, drag the rooms to your desired position in the list.
Q: How do I change my device view?
A: On the home page, tap "...". Choose "List view" or "Device sequence" from the shortcut menu.
Q: How do I check which third-parties (e.g Google Home) are supported by my device?
A: To check which third parties are supported by your device, follow the steps below:
- Select your device and tap "✏".
- Now you can see "Supported third-party control".
Q: How do I restore a faulty device to its factory settings?
A: Tap the faulty device in the device list to enter the device's control panel page. Tap the button in the top right corner to enter the device editing page. Select "Restore factory defaults" to remove the device from the device list and clear all data related to the device.
Q: Can I enable an automatic sequence in a certain time period?
A: Yes, you can set a valid time period. That means that your defined sequence will be enabled within that valid time period.
For example, if you define a sequence where the night light automatically lights up when the motion sensor detects human presence, you can select "night" as the valid time period. In this case, the night light will not automatically turn on during the daytime.
Q: Why does the app always show that the device is offline but then automatically reconnects after a couple of seconds?
A: This may be due to the performance of your phone. Generally, phones running iOS don't have this issue, but some low-spec. Android phones might have this issue. If the app has not been launched for a long time, it needs to connect with the cloud when you log in again and the device is displayed as offline. The app is temporarily not connected to the device, it is not actually offline.
It is a normal phenomenon and you don't have to worry about it. Lots of other apps have to load for a few seconds before displaying content - that loading is the same process of connecting to the cloud. This phenomenon may be also due to the performance of your phone and the quality of the internet connection.
Q: How to set smart sequences?
A: Version CC: How can I set smart sequences? After adding “Automation” to a device, you will see a page called “Create Smart” that will guide you through the set up. You need to set up conditions that will be used later to trigger the automatic sequence.
In this example we will use “Weather change” as the trigger. After you click ”Weather change”, you need to set up specific trigger conditions. You can select “Temperature” and choose your desired temperature. Tap “Next” to save the setting and go to the next step. After the trigger conditions are set, the app will move to the page for setting up actions.
In this example we will use “Activate Device” as an action. This means choosing what device will be activated by the trigger. In this example we will use air conditioning as the device. After choosing the device, you can set up multiple “Actions” for it. e.g. “Switch: On, Set Temp: 26°C, Mode: Cold, Wind: High”, which means that when the conditions we set are met, this action sequence will be triggered.
After setting the action sequence tap “Next” to save and go to the next step. Set “Condition” and “Task” to save. Tap “+” in the top right corner to add multiple conditions. Select time period at the bottom of the page for your “Automation” sequence. In this example we choose “17:00 - 23:00” to avoid the air conditioning being turned on during working hours when nobody is home.
Q: What should I do if a third party device is connected but the voice control stops working?
A: To solve this problem, follow these steps:
- Click "✏" in the top right corner of the device control page and to load the "Device Details" page. You can see the third-parties supported by the device. Make sure the device has been connected to the Internet.
- Make sure the device has been connected to the Internet by checking the app.
- Turn the connection off and on.
Q: Can I add multiple actions within an automatic sequence for one device on the Automation page?
A: Yes. For example, you can configure a lamp to turn-on, delay an action, and turn-off in one sequence. Note that lighting devices will be disconnected from the app after being turned on and off three consecutive times.
Q: Can I directly connect my devices to a third-party smart speaker?
A: No. Every third-party smart speaker works on an independent platform. To connect your devices to a third-party smart speaker, connect the app to the smart speaker.
Q: How do I add a home when I first login?
A: After you register and log in to the app, the home page (device list) is displayed. The profile picture is displayed in the top left corner. No weather or room information is displayed until home information is added. Tap "Me" in the bottom right corner and select "Home Management". For new users, the home information editing page is displayed. If you have added homes before, tap "Add Home" on the "Home Management" page to enter the home information editing page.