The latest release of the Wellbeing App has an adaptive cleaning mode that allows you to set different power levels per cleaning zone.
Kitchen a bit messier than the rest of the place? Boost the power there but keep it quiet everywhere else. We would love to hear what you think about this feature and if you have any feedback on how it has worked for you?
- How do you use it?
- Did you experience any issues?
- Any observations and feedback on the feature
Share your thoughts, questions here!
Now that we are able to send the robot to clean a specific zone - done within the app today only - I would like to suggest that we also are able to do the same using IFTTT and Google Assistant e.g. to connect IFTTT service to zones created in the app.
This allows us to use voice command for cleaning a zone, rather than the whole house (good for a start).
I have 10 zones at home FYI.
Not sure if it's possible to develop the personal names to be shown in IFTTT when you connect Pure i9 service, but if possible to add a number in the app, and choose the same value in IFTTT (a static one), then it's an idea to connect the personal zone created, and select it in IFTTT with a personal phase or word, which you speak to your Google Assistant :-)
Could someone explain a little bit about how the 9.1 and 9.2 differ? I read somewhere there's a difference in sound levels? Are there perhaps any other sensor or hardware changes, or support for certain software features? I'm also curious how the different models of 9.2 differ between each other (9.2-4ANM, 4STN..)
I tried to find this information online, but after a long time search I didn't find much in the spec sheets or elsewhere.
I can see that the robot understands when it is on a carpet or not.
While cleaning on a carpet it powers up the vacuum more than regular wooden/tiled floor.
Meaning it can register, if the area below is carpet.
- Carpets could be shown on map (different color zones?).
- Carpets could be coverted into special cleaning zones (carpet only zone) - send only robot to clean specific carpet(s).
Currently there is no way to see where the carpet areas are from app or control cleaning them in any way, sadly.
Robot: Pure i9.2
Android app ver: 184.108.40.20642
Robot software ver: 39.21