Samsung SmartThings Wifi

  • The SmartThings Hub's LED displays a series of colors during its initial setup. A solid green LED indicates everything is connected and ready to go. This should result within just a few minutes of connecting the Hub’s power and ethernet cables and instructing the SmartThings mobile app to begin s...

  • To completely redo your SmartThings configuration and start from scratch, you can perform a factory reset on your SmartThings Wifi Hub Note: Resetting the Hub will restore factory settings. All device connections, Automations, and Scenes associated with the Hub will be lost. All devices connected...

  • Device Release Notes - Version 2.2.0-15-NOTGIT-PROD Release Date: 20 June 2019 Added stability patches during onboarding  Improved health check capabilities Device Release Notes - Version 2.2.0-14-NOTGIT-PROD Release Date: 20 May 2019 Improvements to pairing process for some Zigbee devices tha...

  • As of Firmware Version 2.2.0-12, SmartThings Wifi now supports wired backhaul for all nodes.  How to setup Wired backhaul  Setup your SmartThings Wifi Hubs, using wireless to backhaul traffic to the Gateway unit (SmartThings Wifi Hub connected to the modem or router by Ethernet). Once all SmartT...

  • No, a Plume membership is not required to purchase SmartThings Wifi. Stay tuned for a special SmartThings Wifi offer on Plume.com, exclusive to Plume members!  

  • While both products are powered by Plume, SmartThings Wifi also works as a SmartThings hub to manage the SmartThings ecosystem. For full details on SmartThings Wifi and Plume SuperPod capabilities, check out the pod tech specs here and the SmartThings Wifi specs here. SmartThings Wifi users will...

  • Both Plume pods and SmartThings Wifi are powered by Plume.  Can I mix Samsung SmartThings Wifi hubs with my Plume pods? Compatibility between the two products, once available will allow you to mix SmartThings Wifi with Pods, PowerPods and SuperPods in the same Adaptive WiFi mesh network. We are ...