Is this your first time to connect your Motorola baby monitor to your WiFi network? If so, you probably do not know the right way to connect your baby monitor devices. So in this article, we will teach you the proper way to connect Motorola baby monitor to WiFi.
The Motorola baby monitor can help parents see and view their beloved baby wherever they are inside the house. And with the coverage of internet, they can even watch the video live feed anywhere they are in town or out of town. All they need is an app and a consistent data network. Anyway, here is how to connect Motorola baby monitor to WiFi.
Connect Motorola Baby Monitor to WiFi
- Before you can properly connect your smartphone to the baby monitor, you must first install the Hubble for Motorola monitor app from Google Play Store or Apple App Store if you are an iOS user.
- Now make sure that the monitor is powered on. If not, plug in the power adapter and push the power on button to boot the device.
- Now if you see that the baby monitor device is fully on, you may now open the Hubble app on your smartphone device.
- To prevent interference, you must turn off the parent device for this method. You can turn it on later when the baby monitor and your smartphone is connected properly.
- You may now launch the Hubble app on your smartphone. Tap detect camera.
- Once the scan is complete it will show the available camera that you can connect with. Tap on the camera model of your current baby monitor device. If you can’t see your device model name, just tap on Other Cameras.
- Give it a few moments to establish a connection and wait for the confirmation on the app. When the baby monitor camera is connected, the blinking LED light on the device will stop and turn steady. Some devices turn to blue, and some turn to green when the connection is finally established.
Accessing Other Features
Aside from the live feed, some baby monitor cameras have other sensors that can help with monitoring your baby. There is motion detecting feature, ECO mode where a certain intensity of sounds will trigger the video feed of the device and the room temperature sensor. All of those are accessible within the Hubble app so you can do almost everything remotely through the app itself.
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