This article reviews how to fix the iOS-generated error message, Unable to Connect - Grill Cannot Connect to Network.
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There are three common causes of this error:
The grill is already connected to a WiFi network.
When pairing a grill manually (without a QR Code) the grill network name and/or password were entered incorrectly.
Your phone is connected to a VPN, meaning the grill and the phone are connected to different networks and are unable to find one another.
Cause 1 Resolution
- Check to see if your grill is already connected to a WiFi network.
- navigating on the grill to Menu > WiFi Settings
- If the SSID and Signal Strength fields are populated, the grill is already connected to a network.
- Select Forget Network on the grill.
- Restart your grill and begin the pairing process again.
Cause 2 Resolution
- Restart the pairing process by verifying your grill's network name and password are entered correctly.
- The grill network name looks like “Traeger-XXXX” where “XXXX” can be any combination of letters and numbers.
- Grill WiFi password looks like “WIFIREYYYY” where “YYYY” can be any combination of numbers.
Cause 3 Resolution
- Disconnect from the VPN.
- Re-pair, making sure that both your phone and your grill are connected to the same network.