It would be helpful to display the battery life percentage (battery status) on the home screen in the wyze app similar to how it shows up for the wyze cam outdoor. Then you can see what the percentage is when you’re charging these devices.
This would apply to the band, headphones, vacuum, and any future devices that require charging.
I think it would be great with the release of the headphones especially if the battery live was displayed from the home tab of the app. No one wants to be going through all their devices checking battery life, but if it was right there then it would make the app much easier to use.
It would be amazing to have a section in the Wyze app to view the status of all devices batteries so as not to have to dig in to every device settings to see this info. I know a notifications can happen, but to be proactive, it would be nice and useful to be able to see a list with the charge status of every device.
Just picked up the Wyze Noise Cancelling Headphones. Overall, I’m pleased with it. Adding to Devices list in the Wyze App was simple. There is a feature I wish the App provided.
I know there is a battery power indicator. But you have to keep going to settings to see what it is. Too many steps just to see. Is there a way of putting the Power % on the splash screen? Ie. Right on the Home Page of the App. Beside the Wyze Headphones image. Or at least somewhere beside the Equalizer and Settings buttons at the top of the Headphones page.
Add me to the wishlist! Should be a little wrench icon in the top right next to the pencil. Click it and it brings up every status for every device… Battery %, last change date, projected exp date, RF signal %, WiFi signal %, FW version, last update date, xfer speed, anything that can be reported.
Right now in order to find the current battery percentage you have to click on the gear icon to go to settings and it’ll show you the battery percentage their but I feel like this can be averted if the battery percentage is on the main device screen
Ahh I just realized that it’s Bluetooth so it needs to connect via Bluetooth first to retrieve the data of the device . So I’m assuming trying to check the battery percentage of a Bluetooth only device when not in range would not be able to happen…?
The Hub has a backup battery but no information how how long it will last.
Can we have visibility into the battery charge status? Full, Half, 10% left, or even in estimated time?
At a basic level this should be a highlighted feature of the Hub since it is different from all other Wyze products. No other Wyze product that requires connected power THEN has a temporary battery backup.
And if we know it is good for maybe 10hrs we know how to plan for a power outage.