Quick Answer: What is the pair button on Motorola baby monitor?

Press and hold the PAIR button on the underside of the Baby Unit until the Parent Unit finds the camera, beeps and PAIR OK appears on the screen.

Why is my Motorola baby monitor not pairing?

Reset the units. Disconnect the battery pack of the parent unit and unplug both the units’ electrical power, then plug them back in. … When operating using batteries only, the Display will go blank after 5, 30 or 60 minutes to save power (depending on video on setting).

How do I pair my Motorola Hubble baby monitor?

Press and hold the ‘Pair’ button on the camera for 3 seconds until the Hubble camera tells you ‘ready for pairing’. The Hubble for Motorola Monitors app will search for a camera. When your Hubble camera is listed, select that camera. The Hubble for Motorola Monitors app will now connect to your Hubble camera.

How do I reset my Motorola Halo baby monitor?


Slide the ON/OFF switch to OFF. Press and hold the ‘Pair’ button, then slide the ON/OFF switch to ON. When you hear a confirmation beep (after around 20 seconds) release the ‘Pair’ button. Wait for the camera to complete an internal reset procedure.

What does the blue light mean on Motorola baby monitor?

When you have background monitoring activated in the Hubble for Motorola Monitors app. In that case the blue LED continues to blink (and is alternated with the red led).

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Why is my Hubble camera not connecting?

Make sure your home Wi-Fi® is working. The Hubble camera is a Wi-Fi® camera and during the setup, you connect the Hubble camera to your Wi-Fi®. If your home Wi-Fi® isn’t working or is unstable you may reboot your router: Unplug the router, leave it unplugged for at least 20 seconds and plug it back in.

How do I reset my Hubble baby monitor?

How can I reset my Hubble camera?

  1. Hold down the ‘Pair’ button.
  2. Turn the Hubble camera off while holding down the ‘Pair’ button.
  3. Now turn Hubble camera back on, while still holding down the ‘Pair’ button and wait until you hear a beep and the LED starts blinking (blue/red or green depending on the camera model).