Connects the range to WiFi just fine. But I'm not sure what else it does, aside from giving constant and annoying notifications. Every time someone turns on the stove top, notifications that the stove top is on, continually, for at least 30 minutes after the stove has been turned off. And there appears to be no other way to turn off the notifications except by using Android to block them. The notification settings in the app have no effect at all.
Whole point of connecting the oven is to control it remotely. App tells you to hit the Remote Enable button ON THE OVEN before you can use the app to control the oven remotely. What moron came up with that pointless functionality?!
Connect equires internet connectivity to work. Lose connection to GE servers, lose connection to your appliances. RIFICULOUS AND UNNECESSARY. Fine to phone home once in a while. To require the internet to be up all the time is wrong. Not only do I live in an area where the internet goes off from time to time, it means that the appliance is begging to be hacked and added to an IOT botnet.
As previously noted, what is the point of having an APP to control the device REMOTELY, when the first instruction on the app is to press "REMOTE ENABLE" button on the device. Is this a software bug or am I doing something wrong?
I got my range connected to WiFi but with this app I can't control it. I spend a lot of money so I can control my range on wi-fi and it doesn't work and I already hate it thank you
There is a spelling error in settings > sabbath. App is a cool idea but needs work. For range, seems only to work on ovens, not the stove. Will this be changing in the future? I see that remote must be activated before can use app due to regulation, when this changes, does this mean the software will be updated or that it will only be in newer models? This seems disappointing for the price of the range. :(
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