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  # 1994092 11-Apr-2018 09:30
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I am on China. Version is 3.3.9_003194


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  # 1994099 11-Apr-2018 09:44
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Mine just did a firmware update but I dont notice any new zone stuff anywhere.





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  # 1994130 11-Apr-2018 09:55
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Did you also get an update to the Mi Home app? Mine is now 5.1.26


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  # 1994171 11-Apr-2018 10:45
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after last update for mi home app and vacuum, something weird is happening.

 

vacuum can't build correct map and tries to go through walls, or thinks there's wall in the middle of open space :(

 

Don't know if there's dues to sensor? I'll give it a clean tonight. 

 

Can map be reset? does it build map each timer from scratch?

 

3 weeks of flawless runs, turning into facepalm experience. 





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  # 1994176 11-Apr-2018 10:51
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Just tried mine again and all working as usual, maybe time for a sensor clean? AFAIK maps are constructed from new each time.


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  # 1994333 11-Apr-2018 16:31
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ok, just got the app update also, and can see the zone stuff now.

 

Hopefully will get a chance to test that out soon.





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  # 1994477 11-Apr-2018 22:00
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mine back to normal after sensor clean (is sensor wipe enough? or should I do something more?)





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  # 1995225 13-Apr-2018 09:47
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so we can no longer select Balanced, Turbo, etc for cleaning anymore?





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  # 1995234 13-Apr-2018 10:01
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kiwifidget:

 

so we can no longer select Balanced, Turbo, etc for cleaning anymore?

 

 

it's under settings -> clean up mode.

 

but no quick select.





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  # 1995288 13-Apr-2018 10:40
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thx @kobiak 





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  # 1995356 13-Apr-2018 11:27
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kobiak:

 

mine back to normal after sensor clean (is sensor wipe enough? or should I do something more?)

 

 

What/where is this sensor?


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  # 2006189 1-May-2018 18:48
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The zones feature sure does beat having to put out strips or those Roomba virtual wall sensors!




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  # 2006240 1-May-2018 20:18
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Can you explain how to use the feature? Struggling to understand it!


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  # 2006376 2-May-2018 08:31
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I would like to know how the zones work as well. Thank you.





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  # 2006401 2-May-2018 09:33
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linw:

 

kobiak:

 

mine back to normal after sensor clean (is sensor wipe enough? or should I do something more?)

 

 

What/where is this sensor?

 

 

it's on the side and under. just wipe it.





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