To set up your Flood Sensor on an Android device please follow the steps below:

  1. Open the Hedge app then click on the "+" button on the top right of the "Home" screen. On the "Choose device" page, select the Flood Sensor. 

2. Remove the sensor from its packaging and then remove the red tab from the            device. Wait until you hear a beep.  Once you hear the beep, press Next. 

3. Select "Click to go to Wi-Fi Settings", this will take you to your phone's global Wi-Fi settings. 

4. You now need to connect to your Flood Sensor. Find your device in the Wi-Fi settings. Your devices SSID will follow the format: "Roost-device-XXXX". This may take a few seconds to appear, so please be patient. 

Once possible, select the device name to begin the connection.  

5. Wait until you see a message "Wi-Fi has no internet access" on the top of your phone and click on it.   

6. A pop-up box will appear. Click "Yes" to complete the connection to the device. 

Note: If you click "No" then you would need to reset your Flood Sensor and start the setup again.  To reset, just remove and reinsert the batteries.

7. Upon clicking "Yes", go back into the Hedge app and click "Next", as shown below.
 

8. Now select the home Wi-Fi network you would like to connect the device to by clicking from the drop-down highlighted below.  After selecting the Wi-Fi network, enter the Wi-Fi password and press "Connect".

12. Upon clicking Connect, the device will try and connect to the home Wi-Fi network. NOTE: The device will beep once if it's successfully connected. If you hear 4, or 6 beeps then please read the following articles.

13. Once the Flood Sensor is connected, you have the option to rename the device and then click Save. The name you give the sensor will appear in any Hedge app notifications we send you upon detection alerts. 

Next click on "Save device details". 

14. The app will restart and your new Flood Sensor status will now appear on the opening app screen below your SmartCam feed. As you can see below, we called our Flood Sensor: "Washing Machine"

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