The Merkury smart bulb has to be reset if it won’t switch on or is flashing slowly or fast.
It takes roughly 60 seconds or less to reset the device. There are a number of ways to do this…
Merkury Smart Bulb Reset Instructions
To reactivate your Merkury Smart Bulb, follow these steps:
- Your smart light should be powered up and turned on.
- Make sure your smart phone is connected to a 5GHz WiFi network.
- Open your Geeni app on your mobile device.
- Activate the “+” button in the top right corner of your screen
- Smart Lighting may be accessed by clicking on it.
- Click either “No, it isn’t blinking quickly” or “Yes, it is blinking quickly”.
- The smart bulb will begin to reset when you confirm your WiFi password.
If you have a smart bulb, make sure it is on
In spite of the fact that your Merkury Smart Bulb may be broken or inoperable, you will still need to ensure that it is on and getting electricity.
Just turn on your light switch that controls it and you’ll be good to go in no time.
That way, even if the bulb seems to be damaged, it will still be able to connect to the WiFi network in your house.
Open the Geeni app.
If you haven’t done so already, go ahead and download the Geeni app today.
Go to Apple or Google Play and search for “Geeni” to get to the “Smart Home & Smart Health” app.
The program may be downloaded for free and set up takes just a few seconds.
To use it, you’ll need to create an account. Google and Apple connections make signing up a breeze.
The “+” icon is located in the top right corner of the program, so search for it and click on it.
Smart Lighting” may be selected from this page.
You will be presented with a page that questions whether the smart bulb is blinking too rapidly or not.
Your WiFi password will be confirmed when you choose the appropriate response.
Your Merkury smart bulb should now be working again once your smart bulb automatically resets and re-establishes a connection to your WiFi network.
The 2.4GHz band is the only one that most Merkury smart lights will function on. In order to connect the bulb, you must use the 5GHz band.
In order to stay clear of this problem the 2.4GHz network on your smartphone must be active
There is no need for a smart hub
The beautiful thing about Merkury smart lights is that they don’t need the usage of a separate smart hub like Google Home or Amazon Alexa.
The Geeni app on your phone may be used to operate these WiFi lights, which connect to your home’s internet.
You may, however, operate it with your voice by connecting it to Google Home or an Echo Dot, for instance.
It’s likely that you’ll need to reconnect your Merkury bulb to your Smart Hub after resetting the bulb…
The Merkury smart bulb may be reconnected to Alexa
Since you reset your smart bulb, it is most likely disconnected from the Alexa app and will need to be reconnected.
Fortunately, this process just takes a few seconds.
As soon as you’re done, open your Amazon Alexa app and choose “Add a device” from the top right-hand corner.
“Light,” “Geeni,” and “Discover Devices” may all be found under the “All Devices” menu under “Discover”.
It’s Alexa’s job to reconnect your Alexa device to the internet!
The Merkury smart bulb may be linked to Google Home
Resetting your Merkury smart bulb will need reconnecting it with your Google Home.
Open the Google Home app and choose the Settings gear icon to get started.
Click “Works with Google” at the bottom of the page.
It is possible to discover Geeni by searching for “Genni” from here. To reconnect your Geeni account, choose “Reconnect your account” and then enter your Geeni login information.
Make sure your Merkury smart bulb is switched on and linked to your 2.4GHz WiFi band before resetting it using the Geeni smart phone app.
Your smart bulb must be reconnected to your smart hub once you reset it.
Reconnecting your Amazon Alexa or Google Home device is as simple as launching the app and following the onscreen instructions.
To reset your Murkury smart bulb, follow these instructions. Let me know if this works for you in the comments section below!