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Wi-Fi Troubleshooting

Sky Q

Follow these steps to resolve connection problems

Step 1

 Start by pressing and holding the Wi-Fi button on your Appkettle for a few seconds so it starts to flash more quickly. If this doesn’t happen, please contact us.  

Step 2: Update the kettle using the Hotspot Method – 3G/4G. 

  • Turn on two smart devices with 3G/4G (iPhones, Android Phones, iPad). 

  • On one device turn on the Wi-Fi hotspot then connect the other Wi-Fi device to this hotspot. Please Note: The Appkettle App to use on your iPad is in the supported ‘iPhone Only’ filter selection in the App Store. 

  • Once you are connected to the mobile hotspot, log in to the updated Appkettle App and pair the Appkettle with the hotspot’s Wi-Fi. 

  • Select your Appkettle from the ‘devices’ screen. This takes you to the Appkettle home screen and you should see a new Wi-Fi update message. If you don’t see this message, log out, log back in again and go to the Appkettle home screen.

  • Select ‘Upgrade’. Once you see the ‘success’ message log out of the app then immediately log back in and go to the settings section. Click into the ‘About’ section and make sure the ‘Kettle Version’ shows as 0.4.9.

  • Disconnect from your temporary hotspot and repair your Appkettle using the App and your home router. 

  • If this isn’t successful, try Step 3. 

Step 3: Try Another Smart Device 

  • In rare cases, third party pre-installed app scanning software can affect the first time pairing of the kettle. Try connecting using another smart device (iOS/Android) before moving on to Step 4. 

Step 4: Change Router Settings

  • Log in to your router at http://192.168.0.1. The username and password will be on the label of your router. 

  • Split the Wi-Fi bands by going to ‘Wireless’ then 5GHz settings. Untick the ‘Synchronise 2.4G and 5G settings’ option. 

  • Add a ‘5G’ on to the end of your Wi-Fi name in the 5GHz settings page. 

  • Save settings 

  • Repair your Appkettle. If this is unsuccessful try the following extra steps: 

  • Log in to your router settings page. 

  • Go to ‘Wireless’ and select the 2.4 and 5G network. 

  • In the ‘Security’ menu, select ‘WPA2-PSK (AES)’ and press ‘Apply’ 

  • Repair your kettle on both the 2.4G and 5G networks. 

  • If this is unsuccessful, go to Step 5.

Step 5: Change your Wi-Fi password.

  1. Follow the steps at http://goo.gl/aHxovM

  2. Once the password has been changed, repair your Appkettle on both the 5Ghz and 2.4GHz networks. 

 

If you still cannot get your Appkettle connected please contact us for further assistance.