To start cooking with Joule, you’ll need to use the app or voice control, but once a cooking session has started, you can leave Joule completely unattended. Closing the app, turning off your phone (even if it dies by accident!), or completely leaving the area where Joule is cooking should not affect your cook. If you’ve connected Joule to WiFi, you’ll be able to check on the status of your cook from anywhere you can access the internet.
Articles in this section
- How do I change the WiFi network for Joule?
- Why can’t I connect Joule to WiFi / the cloud?
- WiFi is unavailable because I’m not Joule’s owner.
- I can’t pair with Joule or I cannot find Joule during pairing.
- I’ve paired with Joule, but I can’t connect.
- When will the Joule app be available for Windows phones?
- What smart devices does Joule work with?
- Do I have to keep my phone near Joule while it is cooking?
- Can I control more than one Joule with one smartphone?
- Will Joule keep cooking if my phone dies or shuts off, or my WiFi or Bluetooth goes down?