If Joule is connected to WiFi, you are able to control the same Joule from multiple phones or tablets logged in to the same account. That means, for example, that you and your spouse are both able to operate Joule from your respective smartphones when logged in to the same account. Additionally, you can begin the cooking process with one device (such as your iPad) in the kitchen and check in from your phone in the bedroom. However, only one phone or tablet at a time can be connected with Bluetooth.
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- 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 or tablet?
- Will Joule keep cooking if my phone dies or shuts off, or my WiFi or Bluetooth goes down?