On the Roomba itself, tap and hold the buttons with the target icon and the home icon until the Roomba makes a tone. Your vacuum will take a moment to connect to your Wi-Fi network. Once it’s done, you should see a screen like the one on the right.
Why won’t my Roomba connect to my Wi-Fi?
If your robot cannot be found in the network, reboot the robot and router, force close the iRobot HOME App, and retry the Wi-Fi setup process. If the problem persists, check your Wi-Fi settings on your router to confirm they are compatible with the Wi-Fi setup process.
How do I reset my Roomba Wi-Fi?
Press and hold HOME and SPOT Clean buttons on your robot for 10 seconds. When the button is released, Roomba will play the reboot tone. Wi-Fi connected Roomba 800 series. The reboot procedure is the same for Roomba 500 & 600 series, and also Wi-Fi connected Roomba 600 & 800 series.
What do you do when your Roomba says not connected?
If you are receiving a message that Roomba® does not have a cloud connection, please try the following steps to reconnect:
- Confirm your robot is on its charging station or evac dock and that it is properly charging. …
- Confirm your Wi-Fi passwords have not recently changed. …
- Force close the app and relaunch it.
How do you reboot Roomba?
Rebooting your Roomba
Press and hold the Clean button on the Roomba for about 20 seconds. After you release the button, the light ring around the bin lid will begin to glow white, indicating the reset was successful.