Range communicates with your device through the microphone circuit in its headphone port. We don't actually use the microphone itself — Range is acting as a microphone, sending a special audio signal back to your device, and the Range app decodes that signal to turn it back into precise temperature readings. We don't use the microphone for anything else.
Why does Range (wired) need to use my device's microphone? Print
Created by: John Kestner
Modified on: Wed, Jan 31, 2018 at 2:43 PM
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