If your phone will not allow you to select the Rain Bird application while opening the .rbcf file in your emailed invitation, please first ensure that you have installed the latest Rain Bird App on your phone or smart device by visiting the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. Then check your phone’s Email […]
If you are having problems with your unique email client accepting restricted file types, please try adjusting your email client file restriction settings, or try using the standard Apple or Android email clients. Android Instructions: Navigate to “Lock screen and security” in the Settings menu. Enable “Unknown Sources”.
Click on the envelope icon to send a temporary or permanent access invitation to your contractor’s email. If you’d like your contractor to help configure your controller settings, you’ll need to share the controller password.
No, Rain Bird controllers contain a non-volatile memory inside the controller that keeps programming without the need for a battery backup. There is also a battery backup to keep the controller time for a couple of days. After a couple of days the controller shuts down time keeping to save the battery for future use, […]
You can back up your Rain Bird app, controllers, and settings to Apple iCloud and Google Cloud. iOS: Settings-> Select Apple ID -> iCloud -> iCloud Backup (On) Android: Settings -> Backups (name may vary on different devices) -> Backup (On) (or) Drive (Google Drive App) -> Backups -> <Select device from list> -> Gear/Settings Icon […]
If you are an irrigation contractor you have two options to set up your customer’s LNK WiFi Modules on your device: On your company phone or tablet, you can provision the LNK WiFi Module directly to your customer’s WiFi network using your device, then provide an invitation to your customer to connect to the LNK […]