If the error message “Payment not completed” is displayed when attempting to download the iOS Phyn App from the App Store, that is an indication that you need to update the payment method associated with your Apple ID. Follow the instructions provided by Apple to change this information directly on your iPhone or iPad, or through iTunes on your MAC or PC
You must enter a mobile phone number when prompted during account setup. The Phyn App is designed to send messages to your mobile phone using both SMS and in-app push messaging. Such messaging requires that you are on a mobile phone and not on a landline phone. If you enter a landline phone number instead of a mobile phone number, an error message will be displayed.
Phyn Plus will notify you in the event of unusual water usage that could potentially be a water leak.Phyn Plus may also notify you of water usage that it does not recognize and ask you to identify the fixture in your home that generated the notification in order to “learn” what is normal water usage in your home.
The Phyn Plus device is always sending information on your water usage to the cloud. The water usage information is analyzed in the cloud by ML machine-learning algorithms to detect signs of unusual water activity. “Unusual” water activity is determined by a combination of factors: time and amount of water usage (in gpm – Gallons per minute) as outlined in the chart below.Unusual water activity may be normal water usage, or it may be an indication of a leak. You will be asked questions about the activity to determine whether the activity is normal or a potential leak. This information will permit the application to learn about your normal water usage. Once the application has learned the unique water usage signature for that fixture, you will no longer receive water usage alerts for that fixture.
The Phyn Plus works best with WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access II) security protocol. WPA2 has been required on all Wi-Fi CERTIFIED products since 2006. The Phyn Plus supports connections to routers configured to use these Wi-Fi security protocols:WEP – Not recommended – Networks using WEP can be easily hacked – See belowWPA2 Personal (aka WPA2-PSK, PSK2, WPA2-PSK (AES only – not TKIP), WPA2-PSK/AES)