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Guys, I s there anything you can do when your Network Band is 5 GHZ??

No, you have to make a 2.4Ghz network available, by either re-configuring your router (if possible) or adding a cheap 80211b/g/n WiFi access point and creating a 2.4 network for the grill.
 

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No, you have to make a 2.4Ghz network available, by either re-configuring your router (if possible) or adding a cheap 80211b/g/n WiFi access point and creating a 2.4 network for the grill.

Agreed with RemE - in order to identify the 2.4GHz radio for your App Device, you will need to go into the Router configuration and separate out one of the radios with a different SSID ... the issue is how the App setup process works and the default behaviors of the App Device itself ...
 

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And we should also add, that once you have a 2.4Ghz network available that your phone must be connected to that network during the grill pairing. Best to just "Forget" your 5Ghz network on the phone until you complete the setup.
 

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