Sure, here’s more detail, by smart device. The Lumary Smart plug requires you to download their app. The first option is “Easy Mode”. You set the device in pairing mode, select “Add Device”, key in the WiFi password for the network you’re on, and the phone is supposed to discover the device and connect it to the network. My Moto E4 could not discover it after repeated tries. The alternative setup is manual mode. Put the device in a different pairing mode, select “Add Device”, key in the WiFi password for the network you’re on, then connect to the device’s network. The phone is then to discover the device and connect it to the WiFi network. My Moto E4 could not discover the device in this mode either. Sorry, I don’t have any screenshots. I received an error message from the Lumary app. My iPhone5 quickly discovered the device in Easy Mode and set it up.
The Amazon Smart Plug is even simpler. You open the Alexa app, select “Add Device”, scan the 2D barcode that came with the device, and the phone is supposed to discover and set up the device. My Moto did not. Alternatively you can select Add Device, confirm that the Alexa app has permission to access Bluetooth, Camera, and Location on your phone, put the device in pairing mode, and your phone is supposed to discover the device. My Moto E4 did not. My iPhone 5 did. I confirmed that the Alexa App has permission access to camera and location, and that’s it’s connected via Bluetooth to my Moto. I also confirmed that I entered the correct WiFi password and I had the latest version of the apps installed.