@ymsetjenesta Where do you see this? Can you send a screenshot?
I just received my hub + 3 buttons yesterday. Went through the process of adding a button to HomeKit, set it all up great.
First thing this AM I used the button to turn on my lights, fantastically simple!
However then my wife walks over, tries to double-click to turn off the same light, and she reports it doesn't work.
I check via Home app on my phone, and the button has the dreaded "not responding" message. I tried repeatedly to restart the hub, but nothing.
Finally I went into Home app, and removed the Flic Bridge. Assuming I could reset the hub and re-add it easily.
However no amount of holding down the reset button on the hub makes a difference. I can forget the hub, I can delete the button. But once I re-add them to my Flic app on the phone, and even when I toggle on the "add to HomeKit" option, nothing happens.
The bridge is still missing from my Home in HomeKit, and I cannot find any way to get it added back.
I am trying to use flic in a very specific commercial setting and would like to hear your ideas on how to best set it up.
Two restaurants A and B share one kitchen.
When a dish for restaurant A is ready, the chef wants to discreetly "ring a bell" and call a waiter from restaurant A to come and collect it.
Same applies to a dish for restaurant B.
In each restaurant we have 3 waiters.
The goal is to have 2 flic buttons in the kitchen, A and B and whenever a dish is ready the chef clicks the relevant button and a notification is sent to the respective waiters. Ideally a vibration in their wearable (apple watch, or a cheaper wearable), or directly to their phone in their pocket.
How would you set it up?
Our App, using the Flic library, is working fine on Android 10 TvBox.
Due to supply shortage we had to move to a Android 11 TvBox (A95XW2) and we are not able to pair the buttons.
It almost get to the end but then the folvogin message appears:
I noticed some recent changes on the Flic Android lib on GitHub (2 months ago). Is our problem due to the fact that we implemented the Flic library for Android a couple of years ago and not updated it or is there something else?
I am unable to connect to my flic hub with the SDK. Currently on firmware 3.0.9. When trying to connect in the SDK a red dot is displayed on the hub's name when connecting, and I cannot change it to green by turning on the flic hub SDK within the hub settings on the iPhone app.
I have tried manually resetting the hub, but am still having issues.
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