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How do I delete or change my robot's Wi-Fi network?

This information is applicable to:

Botvac D3 Connected
Botvac D4 Connected
Botvac D5 Connected
Botvac D6 Connected
Botvac D7 Connected

If you are looking for info on how to Delete or Change your Robot’s Wi-Fi for the following robot CLICK HERE

         Botvac Connected

You can Add or remove a Wi-Fi network your robot can connect to right from the Neato app.

Step 1) First tap on the Robot Icon    and then on the Settings Icon Picture1.png

If you would like to add a Wi-Fi Network go to Step 2.  If you would like to delete a Wi-Fi Network go to Step 6.

                            

 

Step 2) Select Wi-Fi from the list of Robot Settings and then select the plussign from the top of the screen to begin scanning for available networks

                                

 

Step 3) Your robot will now begin auto-scanning for all nearby non-hidden compatible networks.  If your WI-Fi network is hidden you can manually enter it in the box at the bottom of the screen where it says “Or type Wi-Fi name…”

NOTE: For more information on compatible Wi-Fi networks for your specific robot and hidden Wi-Fi names please visit the Connection Troubleshooting section of the Support Site (CLICK HERE)

                                 

 

Step 4) Enter the password (case sensitive) for the Wi-Fi Network you are attempting to connect you.  Upon successful connection you will see the newly added network in your list of available Wi-Fi Networks.

                                           

                 

Step 5) To connect and start using your newly added Wi-Fi network select it from the list and choose ‘Connect’.  Upon Successful connection you will see a checkmark beside the active Wi-Fi network.,

Step 6) Select the Wi-Fi network you wish to remove and Tap the trash   icon in the upper right corner to remove.

NOTE: Your robot must have at least one Wi-Fi Network attached to it in order to delete a network.

                              

 

 

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