How do I Connect SmartThings™ Wi-Fi with Mobile Device? (Hong-Kong version)
• Use only Samsung™-approved adapters (12 V/2.1 A or higher).
• You can use the Wi-Fi hub only when you connect the Wi-Fi hub to an adapter.
• If the Wi-Fi hub’s temperature exceeds 55 °C, the Wi-Fi hub’s internal fan will automatically activate. If the Wi-Fi hub overheats for a prolonged period, the Wi-Fi hub may automatically turn off or reset. When this happens continually, disconnect the adapter from the Wi-Fi hub and contact a Samsung™ Service Center.
• To save energy, unplug the adapter when not in use. The adapter does not have apower switch, so you must unplug the adapter from the electric socket when not in use to avoid wasting power. The adapter should remain close to the electric socket and be easily accessible while using it.
The Wi-Fi and Bluetooth features will activate automatically and search for available devices.
If the Wi-Fi hub is not detected, tap [ Wi-Fi/Hub ], and tap your Wi-Fi hub’s name.
To register IoT devices via the Samsung™ SmartThings™ Hub feature, tick [ Set up SmartThings™ Hub] to activate it.
You can connect up to four additional Wi-Fi hubs.
Notices for connecting a Wi-Fi hub
• Install a Wi-Fi hub near the devices to be registered.
• When you add additional Wi-Fi hubs, install them within the connection range.
• Do not place obstacles between the Wi-Fi hub and the devices to be registered.
• Obstacles such as the human bodies, walls, corners, or fences can weaken the signals.
• When using the Wi-Fi hub, it should be connected via the Ethernet cable.
Notices for using Bluetooth
• To avoid problems when connecting your Wi-Fi hub to another device, place the devices close to each other.
• Ensure that your Wi-Fi hub and the other Bluetooth device are within the maximum Bluetooth range (5 m). The distance may vary depending on the environment the devices are used in.
• Ensure that there are no obstacles between the Wi-Fi hub and a connected device, including human bodies, walls, corners, or fences.
• Do not touch the Bluetooth antenna of a connected device.
• Bluetooth uses the same frequency as some industrial, scientific, medical, and low power products and interference may occur when making connections near these types of products.
• Some devices, especially those that are not tested or approved by the Bluetooth SIG, may be incompatible with your Wi-Fi hub.
• Do not use the Bluetooth feature for illegal purposes (for example, pirating copies of files or illegally tapping communications for commercial purposes).
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