Wednesday, September 16, 18:25
Home inet Find your lost devices and objects with XFinity X1

Find your lost devices and objects with XFinity X1

Comcast first collaborated with her Tile in 2018, to help users of XFinity X1, a voice-controlled remote control, find any lost object connected to it, and see its location on their TV screen. A new feature is being added today that will make it easier to find items such as your wallet or mobile phone, when they are close by.

Find lost devices and objects with XFinity X1

As the company announced today, the XFinity X1 now has the ability to "sound" Tile devices, so that they can be detected faster. All you need to say to your remote control is, for example, "Xfinity Home, where is my wallet", and the Tile device on it will start ringing. Of course, any Tile equipment will continue to appear on the screen with the latest known location of. Of course, in order for all this to work, what you are looking for must be close by.

For those who don't know, a Tile device is essentially one Bluetooth-enabled tracker which can be connected to anything, so that it can be detected in case of loss. However, if the object you are looking for is outside the scope of Bluetooth, it will be more difficult to search for it.

However, the devices will now be able to connect to XFi Gateways as well as X1 and Flex decoders, to find objects using application. You can download XFinity Home at App Store or Play Store for greater convenience.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

In a world without fences and walls, who needs Gates and Windows



Interview with Turkdef Ops hackers: The attack on the .gr name registry

Interview with Turkdef Ops hackers: The attack on the .gr name register Global exclusivity on SecNews is the interview of the Turkish hacking team Turkdef Ops, ...

Instax Square SQ1: Fujifilm's new instant camera!

Fujifilm's new Instax Square SQ1 instant camera will make social distancing a lot of fun and interesting. The...

COVID-19: Half of American citizens would share their medical data

More than half of American citizens are estimated to be willing to share their medical records and records about ...

Dunkin Donuts will offer compensation for data leakage

Dunkin Donuts has agreed to refund customers who have been the victim of a data breach. Return is part of the arrangement ...

IOS 14 has been released, but you better not install it

Apple may feel that iOS 14 is ready for release, but the developers are terrified because they were not given ...

Texas Children's Hospital reported data theft

There seems to be no end to the list of companies that have fallen victim to the attack on Blackbaud. As he announced ...

Chrome is separate from Chrome OS! What does this mean for you?

It may sound strange, but for users of older Chromebooks, it can be a blessing. There is a distribution in the Chrome browser ...

Apple Watch SE: The new smartwatch that costs $ 279!

Along with the Watch Series 6 that we all knew was coming, Apple presented at the "Time Flies" event a more affordable alternative ...

Instagram: Boycott by Kim Kardashian and other celebrities!

A group of celebrities, including Kim Kardashian West and Michael Jordan, are taking part in a 24-hour Instagram boycott.

Adobe releases patch for Adobe Media Encoder

Adobe has released a patch to fix three vulnerabilities identified in Media Encoder. The...