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I can only say that it is coming "very soon".
@david-wilsby Could you verify that you have given Flic permission to access the Local network?
This is done by going to iOS Settings -> Privacy -> Local network. Make sure Flic is turned on. If it's already turned on, please try to swipe kill the Flic app, toggle this setting to off and then back on and restart the Flic app.
Please let me know if this helped! We have seen some bugs around the new Local network permission ad it would be very helpful to get your feedback on if this worked or not!
Right now, the only way to configure the hub and its buttons is through the mobile apps.
However, we are working on a more programatic approach for this to enable people to create more dynamic setups, which will enable you to configure the hub without the use of a phone.
Both HTTP and HTTPS is supported!
I'm not sure about AWS Lambda, but if it has a HTTP/S REST API, you should be able to replicate this request with the action HTPP Request.
I'm sorry to say that Siri is still not possible because of a change that was made to CoreBluetooth in iOS. We still don't know if this was intentional or if it is a bug. Apple has not explicitly said that this is not allowed, but after having submitted bug reports to Apple and getting no response at all we are not very hopeful at this time.
I'm sorry about this.
Please follow this check list and let me know if this helped:
I think your best bet is to provide a way for the review team to access all the features without having to use hardware. I don't know the nature of your app, but I think your best bet would be to make the Flic optional, so at least the review team can access all the parts of your app.
The Apple review process is a bit mysterious so I can't promise anything, but as long as you don't block the review team from parts of your app by demanding hardware, I don't think they will ask for it.
I am not aware of this kind of problem. Are the two bulbs that you are not able to find the same model as the other three?
Maybe you could try removing them from the bridge using the IKEA Tradfri app and add them back and see if this fixes the issue.
Btw, are you using iOS, Android? Flic Hub or local on phone?
Sorry to hear you are having problems. May I ask if you are using Android or iOS and which model/brand?
The amber color of the LED simply means that it is connected to a phone. The default color is Red and is no indication of a problem.
When you try to add the hub in the app, can you see if the led is amber/yellow at any time in this process?
First of all, you should try turning off and on bluetooth on your phone to make sure that it's not on your phones end. It's quite rare that the hub ends up in a broken state after pulling the power, but it is possible if you would pull the power exactly when it was writing something to disk.
The reset button is used for a few different things, and since factory reset should be the very last resort, we made sure you wouldn't trigger it by accident.
The reset button functions are as follows:
Check for firmware updates:
User data reset: (Try this first, this will remove all settings and user data but not downgrade your firmware)
Factory reset: (This will remove all data and restore the firmware to version 1.0.0)
This information can be found on https://start.flic.io
Please keep me posted on your progress!
This was temporarily removed since we had to match the settings for iOS and Android for the Flic Hub.
This will be added back in a future update, it was simply cut due to time constraints.
Sorry about this! We are hoping to re-introduce this for both iOS and Android in the near future!
Yes, the hub is Linux based so technically there is potential to add user defined functionality to the hub.
There are a few ways to achieve this but there are some challenges that we need to get past first. Right now the hub is only configurable using mobile apps, which can be quite limited if you want to write custom scripts. There is also the security aspect of letting hardware on a local network execute arbitrary code.
We are currently trying to figure out a way to make this available in an easy-to-use way while maintaining a secure platform.
As of now, the only way to make custom integrations is to run a web server on your local network and use HTTP Request to trigger an event on your server.
If you have any suggestions on how you would like this feature to look, please let us know!
It seems the boilerplate project references an old version of the fliclib.
You can update by navigating to the fliclib-ios and running "git pull" and "git checkout master".
I will update the boilerplate to use the latest version by default, thank you for bringing this to our attention!
Although it should be possible to do this, the Internet Request action doesn't have support for adding custom request headers, which is needed for Sonos. It would also be a real pain to set Sonos up like this.
May I ask why you are not using the Sonos action? Is it something you are missing?
This is a good suggestion, we were afraid it would be way to annoying if it just kept going if you accidentally set it off or something, but we'll look in to at least add it as a setting if the user desires it!
The Snooze action is there! Make sure you have the latest firmware (a little green icon will appear in the button list if there is one ready).
Thanks for your feedback!
This is a security limitation in iOS. We cannot launch apps from the background. But you should get a handy notification when you press the button, then you can swipe that notification to go directly to Safari (after unlocking your phone).
It might not be optimal, but iOS won't let us do it any other way, I'm afraid.
We don't have a proper guide, I'm afraid, but I'll try to explain the steps:
In the Flic app:
Now you should be able to turn on your TV by pressing your Flic!
Let me know if this helped!
If you have the Harmony app, you can verify that the Activity is working by tapping the on/off toggle. If it works in the Harmony app, if should work in the Flic app.