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How to set up the Rebooter

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Rudy Rivera
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*if you connect the rebooter and don't see the light blinking please refer to: Reset the Rebooter to default settings

Open the ConnectSense Application

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Go to the devices icon 

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Tap the plus sign in the top right corner of the screen

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You will see a list of the possible devices, in this case, the Rebooter is the one that you need to choose

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Make sure that the indicator is blinking then tap next.

*if you do not see a blinking light on the rebooter please perform a factory reset 

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Continue the setup by scanning the QR code on the Rebooter 

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At this step your phone will be scanning the available Wi-Fi that the rebooter created and will connect to it to set it up.

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Once it finds it, connect to the device.

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Now that it has connected to the rebooter, it will scan for available Wi-Fi signals.

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In this step, make sure you choose a 2.4GhZ signal and also the closest one to the rebooter

*in case you have a mesh network or signal repeaters, make sure either you know which is the one you are selecting or just turn off the repeaters/mesh satellites so you are choosing the correct signal*

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Once you select the Wi-Fi, it will ask you for the password, make sure you type it correctly or copy it from a place that has not added any HTML tags as it will give you an error and will have to start all over.

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If everything was set up properly it will give this screen and should not last longer than 45 seconds.

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Once it's done it will ask you for additional setups, such as location which helps whenever you have a virtual assistant such as Alexa, Google or Siri.

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This will be the main feature of the device, make sure you set it to on.

 

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