When connecting an unit online and a red WiFi icon appears with Connected as status on the service panel, you may need to accept the Terms and Conditions on a splash page or captive portal to connect to the WiFi network.
Splash pages or captive portals are often used by WiFi networks to present a landing or log-in page to require authentication or acceptance of Terms and Conditions, before permitting the user to connect online. Below is an example:
To connect a Bevi unit using a splash page, you must access the Bevi unit's built-in Android web browser to accept the Terms and Conditions. Follow the steps as laid out below:
1. Using the touchscreen, access the service panel of the Bevi unit. Watch video here on accessing the service panel (starting at 0:24 mark).
2. Select Advanced towards the top.
3. Bring up the Android status bar by selecting Show System UI towards the bottom. This will start to reboot the unit.
4. After the unit reboots, access the service panel again, and in the WiFi section, select Change.
5. Touch the bottom part of the screen and up swipe to access the black Android UI bar (highlighted in blue on second photo below).
5. Press the circle button in the black Android UI bar.
6. Clear any notification or pop-up.
7. Now you should be on the Bevi unit's Android home screen. Select the Earth button towards the bottom to access the web browser.
8. Touch the web address section of the browser and type in well.bevi.co and select Go on the pop-up keyboard on the bottom section of the screen.
9. The splash page should appear from the WiFi network, asking you to accept Terms and Conditions, or automatically does so for you. If the splash page asks you for any log-in credentials, please contact the IT department.
10. Once you have accepted the Terms and Conditions and/or see the well.bevi.co login page, the Bevi unit is now connected online.
11. Select the circle button in the black Android UI bar to go back to the Android home screen.
12. Select the circle with 6 squares.
13. Select the Bevi Dispense icon.
14. Access the service panel again and select Advanced.
15. Select Hide System UI. This will hide the black Android UI bar permanently to avoid any user error. The machine should now restart.
16. After the machine restarts, the unit should be working and connected online. To verify this, enter the service panel again the WiFi icon should now be green.