Follow the steps below to connect your Molekule Air to your WiFi network.
- Download and install the latest version of the Molekule app from the Google Play™ store or App StoreⓇ.
- Open the Molekule App.
- Make sure you are within 10 feet of the Molekule Air.
- On your mobile phone, verify Bluetooth is turned ON.
- If this is your first time connecting your Molekule Air, select the icon on the top left.
- In the menu, select DEVICES.
- Select ADD DEVICE.
- Select PAIR.
- The app will search for all Molekule Air purifiers near you and display a list of all available devices. Select the device you want to connect and click on NEXT.
- The app will now pair with your Molekule Air over Bluetooth. Once paired, the app will ask you to select a WiFi network to connect your device to the internet.
- Select your WiFi network and enter the password. Please wait for a few seconds as the device tries to connect to your WiFi network.
- You'll receive a confirmation on screen once you have successfully added and connected to your Molekule.
Not finding your Molekule Air?
Check to see if your device is enabled for connectivity. Please review our How do I disable or re-enable Bluetooth and WiFi from Molekule? article.
Minimum WiFi requirements:
Molekule Air only connects to a 2.4GHz wireless network. Note that some routers are capable of 2.4GHz but have it disabled by default. Please consult your router documentation for details specific to your router.
Minimum iPhoneⓇ or AndroidTM phone requirements:
iPhone 5 or newer
iOS 8 or newer
The Molekule app uses WPA2 as a security type for your WiFi credentials, which is an industry standard. Currently, Molekule does not support authenticating the credentials for WiFi on a browser. If you have an internet connection that does not have a standard WiFi name and password-based login, you will not be able to bring your Molekule Air online. Some public internet connections have such browser-based authentications.
Hotspots may be configured on a smartphone or tablet with a mobile network data plan to allow Internet access to other devices via Bluetooth pairing or if both the hotspot device and the device/s accessing it are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. To learn how to setup a mobile hotspot, we recommend reaching out to your mobile provider for details.
If you are unable to pair and connect, please review our Troubleshooting WiFi Connectivity article.