I just bought six Sonoff wifi switches but I can't get them to work. When I try and pair with the Sonoff I get the "incorrect password" message. I am using 12345678. Or it accepts the password and connects to the Sonoff itead wifi for a few seconds and then disconnects.
I have tried with two of the switches and get the same problem. I have looked at the itead guide and FAQs. I have raised a help ticket but am not getting a response. Can anyone help or give me advice?
I Have 4 sonoff switch and 2 sonoff Th switch on my routeur and all is all right since 1 year (approximatively).
For using my Xiaomi mi robot vacuum, I need to change WEP protection to WPA protection.
I did it and the 4 sonoff switch works good but impossible to reconnect my 2 sonoff TH....
What can i do? I try lot of manipulation and nothing works...
Thanks in advance.
I have downloaded iOS 11 before the native release on my iPhone. and I also having trouble of after installing iOS 11 Wi-Fi not working my iPhone. But on Google I found a solution to solve the problem and got rid of the problem easily.
- 1. Disable and Re-enable Wi-Fi Trigger
- 2. Reboot Your iDevice (iPhone)
- 3. Forget Wi-Fi Network and Rejoin
- 4. Reboot your Wired / Wireless Router/modem
- 5. Delete VPN App and test Wi-Fi again
And more information here - https://www.howtoisolve.com/fix-wi-fi-not-working-ios-11/
I think I found a way to pair a Smart Sonoff 'touch' switch and it also works for the Sonoff TH10 switch that I had trouble unable to pair up and configure in the normal manner.
I noticed that when you power up the unit, and then hold the button to put into pairing mode, the LED flashes in its normal pairing mode for that type of device, however - continue to hold the button until the LED starts to flash fast continually (with no pauses) - this can take 10-30 seconds. Then you will notice that on your smartphone/ipad/android, that the "ITEAD....xxxxx" SSID HAS APPEARED!.
then use the pairing function of the 'AP' or non-touch pairing mode to configure the device.
this worked in both cases with these two types of devices after I had exhausted all other options mentioned in this thread above.
I hope this helps for you!
SONOFF switches also works with me for approx. I tried 10 times for pairing and then accepted the password 12345678.
Much patience is needed. :)
Thanks for the previous posts.
I've the same problem, first time pairing worked like a charm, having another SONOFF in my network, unfortunately suddenly stop to work, so I removed the switch from the App but this time I couldn't pair anymore. I've explored all the different workarounds over here... (other phone, connecting thought the PC, assigning a static IP, everything and nothing worked). I think the firmware/memory got some corruption that's why the device can't offer any IP. Is there any way to reset to defaults / flash again this little paperweight? Thanks for the help.
Thank you Gal, I've doing it the Airplane mode trick, but the ITEAD-xxx SONOFF's hotspot fail offering an IP to the phone, so isn't possible further that point that the phone/app interact with the device, I've also try assigning a 10.10.7.x IP address but it fails too. I've tested it in three different phones (android and iphone)and a tablet with android, each of those with the same result.
I'm pretty sure is a device problem, so I was looking forward to inject this firmware: https://github.com/arendst/Sonoff-Tasmota
Anyway I'll keep an eye if there is a new update from the other guys affected by the same issue.
I may not be a computer 'buff ' but I'm not stupid either but the sonoff range is F@@@ing useless the instructions I'm following word for word still can't get it (son off dual) to link .
Support ???forget it there is none
Just says make sure in pairing mode , check correct password ....nothing... got them from Amazon ...their going back DONT BUY they work for on or two days , go off line for no reason and you can't get them back ,,,be warned ....useless
I had the nightmare not being able to connect the second switch but then I saw a comment on the youtube video about switching airplane mode on and it worked straight away.
Puting my android phone in plane mode and then activate WiFi solved the issue for me also.
I was unable to pair at first. After reading Lacko's and Victar´s comments, I checked and the wifi network was not showing up. So I kept the setup button pressed until I heard two beeps (which should mean that the configuration had been reset) and voilá! The wifi network showed up and the app recognized the device.