I have the same problem, I just bought a flic from Amazon for IFTTT and it doesnt work at all. At the moment my flic is just unusable junk. If you cant fix that Ill send it straight to Amazon to get my money back. Good that I didnt bought more flics as initially intended.
I'd forgotten about this post. I received my Flic Hub quite a while ago and was unable to use it for my whole-house solution of replacing light switches with Flic buttons. For me, it was a complete waste of money, and I'm upset it didn't fit my needs.
Have there been any updates to the Flic Hub software to allow scaling to the number of Flic buttons and all possible configurations? I actually do use every press state for each button and more.
Is it possible the range has been improved through a firmware update? My biggest problem from my very first use of the Flic Hub was its extremely limited range compared to various versions of my Raspberry Pis. I'm not sure how 64 devices would be even feasible considering just 1 device would quickly go out of range. It's not that I mean to carry my buttons around the house, just that I'd have to buy about 10 Flic Hubs to cover the area of 4 Raspberry Pis from my initial range testing.
Hi. If you see the LED blink on the hub when you press a button - that means the hub processes the button click. Philips Hue run on the LAN so it doesn't connect any backend servers or so. One reason it might stop to work is if the Hue bridge changes IP addresses (which is up to your router). You could try give it a static IP address.
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@ap-iotbutton That means that TLS certificate validations are skipped, which should only be used for self-signed certificates that the system normally doesn't trust. Can you please tell me the domain name of the website you try to connect to, so we can check if a root certificate is missing?
Hi! This feature is only available in the phone tab in the Android app. Due to Apple restrictions, it's not possible for us to implement it on iOS devices. We'll let you know if we plan to add it to the hub tab as well!
Just bumping this - It would be good to understand whether this functionality will be enabled (given that shortcut labs wrote the linux driver, and all the functionality should be there already???), or whether the flics and flic hub remains locked down and hence way less useful.