we’ve had our bulbs for about a week. We had to update the firmware on our Wi-Fi and now the bulbs will not go into pairing mode for us to connect them to the new Wi-Fi name and password
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Have you attempted to reset the bulbs to see if it resolves the issue? Additionally, please ensure that your new Wi-Fi network is compatible with 2.5Ghz devices.
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They won’t reset. We’ve turned the switch on and off like you’re supposed to. We’ve tried different sockets and places in the house and they will not reset.
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Greetings from the Roku Community, and thank you for updating us!
We understand you're having a problem with the Roku smart home bulb since it will not go into pairing mode. We're happy to help you. Please try these troubleshooting steps below:
If the issue still persists, please keep us posted.
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this is ridiculous. Obviously, it's a little more of an issue than just turning the bulb off for 5 seconds and then resetting it by turning the bulb on and off 3 times to get the bulb to pulsate and return it to factory settings and pairing mode. This doesn't look good for Roku.
Why is it that all these complaints of not being able to get it back into pairing mode happening around the same time. If the smart devices are stored in Roku's cloud, and if there are this many complaints of the same issue, then don't you think there is some sort of bug related to your cloud that caused all these identical issues.
Saying the same solution over and over again obviously isn't going to make this better. I'm losing confidence in Roku's smart devices. Unless there is a new solution besides turning the bulb on and off 3 times, then it looks like I will have to find a new replacement. I knew I should have gone with the smart switch instead of the smart bulb.
Hi John, I've tried this multiple times over several weeks and the smart bulbs have never factory reset. Can Roku provide me with new bulbs as these appear to be defective?