Flic cannot control Sonos connect amp
Doesn't work. Same error message for both links
This site can’t be reachedCheck if there is a typo in sonos-000e585176ec.local.
If spelling is correct, try running Windows Network Diagnostics.
@Emil I don't have an Android phone. I got the data from a similar IOS app.
Can you use the app Service Browser https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.druk.servicebrowser to see how Sonos is displayed there (or if at all). Make sure you are on the same LAN as the Sonos while opening the app.
It should look like this:
And then if you press _sonos._tcp you should see something like this:
Please let me know how it looks for you and also post your corresponding screenshots.
@Emil S1 Required devices
@hugo-pc Sonos S1 is the name of an app, not a device type. Sonos has three device types (not two) regarding what features they support. Some devices support only the S1 app ("S1 required"), some devices support both the S1 and the S2 app ("Works with all Sonos apps") and some devices works only with the S2 app ("S2 required"). Under which section is your speaker listed at https://support.sonos.com/en-gb/article/sonos-s2-compatibility?
@Emil S1 devices as stated in my post. Are S1 devices no longer supported?
@hugo-pc if you see my link in the previous reply, is your device of the type "Works with all Sonos apps" or "S1 required"?
I have a similar issue. 2 Sonos S1 devices. The Flic app just showed them as "Sonos" and can't control them.
Flic buttons uses to work with my Sonos but know they don't.
Is this a bug or Sonos S1 devices are no longer supported?
@ronan if you take a look at https://support.sonos.com/en-gb/article/sonos-s2-compatibility, are your connect amps of the type listed under "Works with all Sonos apps" or under "S1 required"?