Your response doesn’t make any sense.
The heading in the app is “Solar Panel Status” in bold. That is directly under the battery levels.
Why would ring use the word “Status” on the screen showing, you know, the device status, if this is just a static advertisement?
You need to check with your developers - either this is worded horribly, or it’s a charge status indicator feature that isn’t working. I’d highly lean towards it being the latter.
A charge status indicator would be tremendously useful - as would be a remote reboot feature, by the way.
I don’t really think it’s right to tell all of us that we’re the confused and mistaken ones by the way - when it’s your app blatantly claiming to show “Solar Panel Status”.
That word, “status”, means something. Nobody here is asking remedial tips on how to plug in the solar panel. It’s not that complicated.
“In most locations, winter means overcast. Please ensure your Solar Panel is receiving several hours of direct sunlight per day.”
Ok, we’ll work on changing the weather and tilt of the earth. Did you read what you just wrote?
The question is about the indication in the app, not solar azimuth in winter or “dirt or debris” around the connector, which still isn’t properly answered.