@josef_tx sometimes the udp interface of Lifx bulbs seems to stop working. At that time it usually works again if you unplug and replug the power of the bulb. Also, of course make sure it's on the same wifi as the hub. You can also try to re-scan the bulb in the Flic app when connected to the hub.
@8jo7ytj0z13j "while you scan" means when you press "add new flic" in the app. You can pair a flic to multiple devices, but a flic can only be connected to one device at a time. If the flic is already connected while you try to pair it to a new device, you will get an error message indicating this.
@emil I will second this problem. I also finally figured out how to connect this, but when attempting to create a Routine that responds to Flick Button Click, it gives me "Error - This device is not currently supported." I am also using the Flic hub.
My location is Sydney, Australia. This issue is also urgent as it's for my 92yr old mother to use as an alert button in various rooms!
-- Simon (son).
I got daily counters working from flic to google sheets by keeping one sheet that adds a new row with the timestamp a flic button is pressed (via. IFTTT) and another sheet that counts the number of rows on the first sheet that match a given day.
@jeyc Google Play store changed their policies and no longer allows us to send sms messages directly. We tried to get an exception but they rejected our request.
You can build your own Android app though from Android Studio and install it directly on your phone. This can for example listen to an Intent and at that time send an sms. Then use the Send Intent action in our app to call your app to send the sms.
I noticed that a member of the flic team said they were going to start looking at Tuya / Smart Life integration. Is there any update on this? At the moment I am using web requests to home assistant using the tuya v2 integration, but it would be good to have this natively in flic!
@flic-11 We think the bug in apple's Home app might be due to we use a bridge together with an input device. That seems to be a quite uncommon scenario they really haven't tested thoroughly. Most other Homekit products are instead controlled directly.