How Do I Connect Eufy RoboVac To A New WiFi
If You have recently bought your new Eufy RoboVac or changed your home Wi-FI network, you might know the step-by-step process to connect it to your network. Because it will not automatically switch to another network.
Things To Do Before Connecting RoboVac To Wi-Fi
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Check Wifi Status Symbol
The first thing you need to do is switch on your Eufy RoboVac. Locate the power button on the device, and turn it on. Above the power button, you will see a WiFi status symbol.
When you first receive the device, the WiFi status symbol should be slowly blinking. However, if you have purchased a second-hand device that is still connected to its previous network, the WiFi status symbol may be rapidly blinking. In that case, you will need to reset the device.
Reset Your Device
Resetting the device is a good practice, even if it’s brand new. To reset the device, press and hold the power button for about 10 to 15 seconds or until you hear a beep. After resetting, the power button should be fully on and blue, and the WiFi status symbol should be blinking slowly.
Download Eufy Home App
Now, it’s time to download the “Eufy Home” app on your Android or Apple device. When you open the app for the first time, you will need to create an account. Once you have created an account, you will see a home screen with options to start building your connected home by adding lights, RoboVacs, and other Eufy devices.
Connect Eufy To Home Network
To connect your RoboVac to your WiFi network, select the “Robot Vacuums” option and find your model in the provided list. Make sure the network name is correct and enter the password. Once you’re satisfied with the entered information, click “Next.”
At this point, ensure that the power switch on the RoboVac’s bottom is turned on and the WiFi status light on the device is flashing slowly. If not, follow the instructions on how to reset the device, which we have already covered.
Next, click “Status Confirmed” and then “Next.” The app will display the devices it has found. Select your RoboVac from the list to continue.
During the setup process, you will see a message stating that the app needs to connect to the Eufy RoboVac itself. Please note that this is a normal part of the setup process and not an error message, although it may not be fully explained in the manual.
Find Your RoboVac in List of Networks
Wait for a moment until the message appears, and then go to your device’s WiFi settings. Locate the Eufy RoboVac in the list of available networks and connect to it. Once connected, press the back button to return to the app, and click on the Eufy RoboVac again.
At this stage, the app will transfer all the necessary information to the RoboVac, enabling it to connect to your WiFi network. It will also apply any final settings required to get the device up and running. When the process is completed, you will see a message confirming the successful addition of your device.
Name Your Eufy Vacuum
I suggest you give your RoboVac a name of your choice. For example, we can simply name it “RoboVac.” Save the name and congratulations! You are now the proud owner of a connected Eufy RoboVac.
You can even share access to the device with others if desired. If your Eufy vacuum is not connecting to wifi, you can follow this previous link to make it work again and connect to your home wifi.
Within the app, you will find a list of your devices. If an update is available for your RoboVac, it will be displayed immediately along with additional information. It is recommended to keep your device up to date by installing any available updates.
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