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So can these be hooked up straight with Smartthings without Mi hub?
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So can these be hooked up straight with Smartthings without Mi hub?
Yes, using 2 , one for lighting one for garage door opener
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Yes, using 2 , one for lighting one for garage door opener
Thanks for confirming. I will buy couple to test. Can you please confirm how did you assign them actions? Also what are you using for garage door automation?
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Thanks for confirming. I will buy couple to test. Can you please confirm how did you assign them actions? Also what are you using for garage door automation?
This button can be used or assigned as on/off / toggle on almost anything from smartthings. The garage automation I use is zwave gocontrol or whatever name they use depending on if you buy from Lowe's or homedepot. I put one my 3years old room so the kid can easy turn the light on off
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This button can be used or assigned as on/off / toggle on almost anything from smartthings. The garage automation I use is zwave gocontrol or whatever name they use depending on if you buy from Lowe's or homedepot
Thanks again! I will try the action. Also haven't looked at particular item for garage control also
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don't know if searched long enough but read something about these using a proprietary zigbee protocol and problems with long term reliability

https://community.smartthings.com...beta/77576

anyone smarter than me can comment?
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Is it easy to get this to work with smart things? I got another version of this from same site and unable to connect it
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don't know if searched long enough but read something about these using a proprietary zigbee protocol and problems with long term reliability

https://community.smartthings.com...beta/77576

anyone smarter than me can comment?
In a nutshell: Chose the device you want to add to smarthings from here: https://github.com/a4refillpad/Xi...4refillpad

Click the .groovy file. Copy the code. Login to your Samsung smarthings hub account online. Click on device handlers, add a device handler. Paste the code, and save. Now try to pair the device.
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I have one of these paired to SmartThings already. It works fairly well. It seems like I have to hold it for a second to get it to work sometimes, and once in a while nothing happens when I press it. But it has not disconnected and it totally fine for something you use once a day or otherwise not all the time. I have it stuck to my headboard and use it to shut off all the lights in my apartment before I go to sleep.
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I have been eyeing these for a while; went ahead and ordered 4. These seem much more aesthetically pleasing than the bulky Iris Zigbee buttons I picked up on clearance at Lowe's for $5.
Just a note on Xiaomi products integrating with SmartThings: it may take several attempts to pair them with ST. Of course, install the device handlers as mentioned above, then "add a device" on the app. Use the end of a paper clip and hold the button on the Xiaomi device for ~6 seconds until the light starts flashing several times. Then do a quick press every 3 seconds until the device shows up in the "add a device" list.
If the device stays connected for 24 hours, I have had a 100% long term success rate.
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"One key to control: Making breakfast in the kitchen, press the switch, called the child out of bed"
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Would you trust this button enough to hook it up to your disposal?
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So this is an On/off switch that you can assign it to an activity on smart things ?
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