After some use the robot might start to signal that it’s dustbin is full immediately when starting cleaning even if you’ve just emptied the bin. In that case, try to clean the filter since there’s a high likelihood that your robot thinks that the filter is to dirty and therefore signals that it’s need emptying.
Thanks to IFTTT support you can now control your robot via Siri.
It takes a bit of tinkering, but if you are familiar with IFTTT (webhooks) and Siri Shortcuts app (iOS 12 onwards) you should be ok. An excellent guide that you can adapt to your robot’s commands can be found here:
I made three commands for my robot: Start, pause and return home:
Similar to other discussions about IFTTT on this board, you can adapt these to incorporate geofencing and other conditions.
IFTTT is fairly slow to respond to commands. It would be great if the PUREi9 iOS app eventually support Siri Shortcuts. I’ll put an entry in the requests areas!
If you need any help setting up your commands let me know.