SmartThings - Reboot or reset the SmartThings Wi-Fi hub
If you are having some problems with your SmartThings Wi-Fi hub, like connected devices being unresponsive, you can reset or reboot the hub. But what’s the difference between a reset and reboot? A factory reset will restore factory settings and remove data (like device connections), while a reboot simply powers the hub on and off – it’s kind of like hitting refresh. Performing a factory reset will remove all settings and configurations in SmartThings Wi-Fi, including connections between the hub and other devices.
Screens and settings available may vary depending on your Canadian wireless service provider and your software version.
Maybe SmartThings Wi-Fi has been working great, but the power went out recently and you’re having trouble connecting. Perform a reboot through the SmartThings app to fix minor issues without losing your data.
On your phone, open SmartThings. Then, tap Menu, and navigate to the location where the SmartThings Wi-Fi hub is saved. Select the hub from the list of devices, and then tap Network status. Tap the hub’s location (Basement, Office, etc.). Next, tap the More Options icon, and then tap Reboot device. Tap REBOOT. Your SmartThings Wi-Fi hub will disconnect and reboot.
Experiencing interruptions or hiccups in your Wi-Fi service? When all else fails, you should reset the SmartThings Wi-Fi hub.
To perform a reset, use a small SIM card removal tool, pin, or tweezers to press and hold the Reset button on the hub until the blue indicator light flashes. Once the green indicator light begins blinking, you’ll be able to reconnect and use the hub.
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