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The new simple setup refers to the plug being pre-configured to reduce setup time.
TP-LINK Support Force
Manufacturer · November 27, 2019
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Yes. However, please bear in mind that different brands may require the use of multiple apps, as most brands utilize proprietary apps or ecosystems.
TP-LINK Support Force
Manufacturer · November 22, 2021
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Alexa is an optional feature and is not required. Using the Kasa app will work just ifne.
TP-LINK Support Force
Manufacturer · October 26, 2021
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No it won’t do it automatically, you have to select the 2.4. Then during setup you have to go back into your settings and select TP Link network before it will connect. These were harder to setup than any of my other plugs or smart lights My other ones I had up and running in a couple of minutes. And also be aware th… see more No it won’t do it automatically, you have to select the 2.4. Then during setup you have to go back into your settings and select TP Link network before it will connect. These were harder to setup than any of my other plugs or smart lights My other ones I had up and running in a couple of minutes. And also be aware that should you have to return them under warranty then YOU will be responsible to pay to send them back for a replacement of the exact same item, no refund. I found that out when I couldn’t get them to connect and wanted to return them. Lousy warranty Best to send them back before the return window closes because you won’t get much satisfaction from the warranty. Good luck! see less No it won’t do it automatically, you have to select the 2.4. Then during setup you have to go back into your settings and select TP Link network before it will connect. These were harder to setup than any of my other plugs or smart lights My other ones I had up and running in a couple of minutes. And also be aware that should you have to return them under warranty then YOU will be responsible to pay to send them back for a replacement of the exact same item, no refund. I found that out when I couldn’t get them to connect and wanted to return them. Lousy warranty Best to send them back before the return window closes because you won’t get much satisfaction from the warranty. Good luck!
Bev7
· November 28, 2021
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The Kasa app is designed for use with Kasa products (i.e. Kasa smart plugs, smart bulbs, and more). Kasa smart plugs can be integrated with Alexa to provide convenient voice automation for your home.
TP-LINK Support Force
Manufacturer · January 21, 2021
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While the app is needed initially to set up the device and to schedule it, it will work on schedule afterwards without the app at all.
PatrickB…
· August 1, 2021
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got my smart plug on the way
whoop whoop. there is a link you have yo click on that link and then go to check out in the box whrr e it says to put code in put smrtplug . and it takes away $22. all you pay is $1.06
mine will be here on Nov 15 th

Amazon Customer
· November 13, 2020
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Yes, especially if you have a pluggable appliance (fan, light,etc) located in a place not easily accessed, or you just don't want to have to walk to turn it on/off. The Smart Plug can only turn it on/off, so other functions must be preset, such as Hi/Med/Lo on a fan. We have 2, linked to Alexa, so voice controlled.
Scott _Placerville_CA
· November 28, 2021
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I've had one for almost 4 years, and its still working.
James Briddle
· September 18, 2021
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depent of the power, this itsw for 10 amperes... so until 1100 watts
andres paul lara novillo
· November 6, 2019