Setting up your Petcube Bites 2 on iOS device
Step 1. To setup your Petcube, download Petcube application (fig 4.1.1) to your iOS device. The Petcube app requires iOS 10.3.3 or greater and can be downloaded in the App Store or at the link below: www.petcu.be/ios-app-download
Step 2.Connect your Petcube to a power source and wait up to a minute until the LED light starts blinking green (fig 4.1.2).
Step 3.Open the Petcube app on your iOS device, log in or sign up for a Petcube account using your email or Facebook account (fig 4.1.3).
Step 4.Select 'Connect your device' and pick your Petcube from the list of options (fig 4.1.4). Make sure to turn on the Bluetooth before you continue. In case the option to ‘connect your device’ is not showing, tap on your profile icon at the very top and hit ‘connect new device’ in the center.
Step 5.When the LED light on the camera is blinking green, hit ‘Next’ (fig 4.1.6).
Step 6.To identify your device, tap ‘Select’. When the light on the device blinks green rapidly, tap ‘Next’ (fig 4.1.7).
Step 7.Wait for the app to exchange data with the Petcube and scan for available Wi-Fi networks (fig 4.1.8), then select your home Wi-Fi network from the list, put in your network password and hit ‘Connect’ (fig 4.1.9). If you don't see your home network on the list or if you're using a hidden network, connect to your home Wi-Fi by entering the name of your network and password manually and then hit ‘Connect’ (keep in mind that it is case sensitive).
Step 8.Your Petcube device is almost set! Please wait until it connects and the light on the front turns white (fig 4.1.10).
Step 9.Once the LED light on your Petcube changes to solid white, you are ready to play with your Petcube (fig 4.1.11).
Reminder:It is likely that your Petcube will need a firmware update right after it is connected. The firmware update will be downloaded to your camera within 24 hours. When the LED light on the Petcube will start blinking green rapidly (fig 4.1.12), do not disconnect your device. The installation only takes 5 minutes.
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