Sounds tasty!9.8 on Andriod, I don't see any update yet. I did a reverse sear on some nice thick NY strips. Cook went great. Set to 225, once it hit temp ( about 10 mins) I used app to turn on Smoke Boost and put the steaks on the upper grate. The smoke fire did its thing for about an hour before they hit 110°. I got impatient and set the temp to 275° to push the steaks to 120°. The grill left smoke boost but didn't want to heat up. It sat at 175° for another 10 mins. I upper the temp to 350° and finally she started to climb. I let it get to 250° and set the temp to 275° and let them finish off. I bumped it to 600° and it took off and got there pretty quick. Seared up the steaks and had an awesome meal.
My Iphone even when the F was selected, would only display grill temp in C on it, not once since I got it in Feb has it displayed grill temp in F till today.Mine have been in F the entire time. Huh?
Oh, I believe you. Sometimes the devices have a mind Of there own.My Iphone even when the F was selected, would only display grill temp in C on it, not once since I got it in Feb has it displayed grill temp in F till today.
May have been a quirk to me, but definitely happened for the first time after I updated the app.
Temps displayed on the Iphone in Fahrenheit at long last, always found it frustrating the display controller on the Smokefire was in F but the Iphone was in C.
Took a while, but finally sorted....
Yes! The app now uses the temperature unit of the SmokeFire not the Phone. This probably only affected UK and Canadian users which usually have their phone set to Metric but tend to use Fahrenheit while cooking.