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Chamberlain MyQ Smart Hub WiFi Garage Door Opener w/ Smartphone Control EXPIRED

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Amazon has MyQ Smart Hub WiFi Garage Door Opener w/ Smartphone Control (MYQ-G0301) on sale for $19.98. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $25+.

Note: In stock on December 16, 2019.

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Amazon [amazon.com] has MyQ Smart Garage Door Opener Chamberlain MYQ-G0301 on sale for $19.98. In stock Dec. 16

This works with Amazon Key so your packages can be delivered into your garage.

Best Buy [bestbuy.com] and Lowe's [lowes.com] also have it for the same price.

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Why does someone need wifi for their garage door? Aren't you there when you open and close it? Or is this for the person who forgot if he closed it?
I have a few reasons:
(1) I pretty much always have my phone on me; do not always carry my opener. So for nights when I Uber home or ride, it's a convenient way to access my house.
(2) I have both an attached and detached garage. Know how many times I have gotten half way or just outside to realize the door isn't open? Or when I'm outside doing one thing and ah, I have to grab x; well typically I'd have to go back inside or punch in a code... open app and done.
(3) Chamberlain wants $15-30 for an additional universal remote. So for $20 and I can control it from my phone.
(4) Friends, parents, kids, etc... that come over, I can open the garage door for them and not have to have a code passed around (that could get shared anywhere?)
(5) how many times have you left your house not remembering if you closed the garage door? Turn around and go back, not anymore!
Another nice feature is being able to program routines and set alerts. I didn't get it for that reason; but am using it and appreciate it. All in all it's a nice add-on tech feature (with its limitations) that depends on your situation as to if you'd actually use it. I purchased mine for $30 from a deal a few months ago and thought that was fair at the time.
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Just connected mine ,pretty simple had to attempt 2 times to connect to garage door opener, only thing I'm not digging is that there is a bit of a delay when I close my garage is beeps for a few seconds before closing,not a deal breaker though
Close from the app? It says it does that to prevent anyone near to gtfo out of the way. It should delay if using your clicker or wired button.
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I have a few reasons:
(1) I pretty much always have my phone on me; do not always carry my opener. So for nights when I Uber home or ride, it's a convenient way to access my house.
(2) I have both an attached and detached garage. Know how many times I have gotten half way or just outside to realize the door isn't open? Or when I'm outside doing one thing and ah, I have to grab x; well typically I'd have to go back inside or punch in a code... open app and done.
(3) Chamberlain wants $15-30 for an additional universal remote. So for $20 and I can control it from my phone.
(4) Friends, parents, kids, etc... that come over, I can open the garage door for them and not have to have a code passed around (that could get shared anywhere?)
(5) how many times have you left your house not remembering if you closed the garage door? Turn around and go back, not anymore!
Another nice feature is being able to program routines and set alerts. I didn't get it for that reason; but am using it and appreciate it. All in all it's a nice add-on tech feature (with its limitations) that depends on your situation as to if you'd actually use it. I purchased mine for $30 from a deal a few months ago and thought that was fair at the time.
Have you used Key yet? I used it once and got $10 Amazon credit..making this roughly 10 bucks.
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Have you used Key yet? I used it once and got $10 Amazon credit..making this roughly 10 bucks.
Not yet; it has asked me to do it, but trying to get comfortable with it and/or considering adding a camera. But that's a good additional point, knocking the price down even more
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Close from the app? It says it does that to prevent anyone near to gtfo out of the way. It should delay if using your clicker or wired button.
My original clicker closed as soon as I pushed it,the sensors on the sides prevent people from getting hit,the door womt close if a thing obstructs those sensors
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I wrote this in an Amazon review - figure it'd be helpful for new MyQ owners

Caveat: There's a super loud beeping noise and flashing required by law, and it's very annoying when you already have sensors to prevent the garage door from closing on an obstruction. I voided my warranty and took care of this by opening up the hub, locating the black thimble with a hole in the center, and poking a hole in it with a drill bit/paper clip. It's a very thin speaker, so it shouldn't require much force. If you really want to make sure the speaker stops working, use some pliers to easily pry up the black thimble, throw away the tin-like circle, and cut the 2 thin wires connecting the circle under the speaker shorter. Again, this voids your warranty, so make sure all the other stuff works and is setup to your liking before eliminating the speaker noise.
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I was able to use SimpleCommand to make it work with Siri through Shortcuts instead of buying the bridge. Works really well! I have Carplay in the car so I can use my voice to open and close the garage now. Yes, I'm being lazy but I like it.
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when it comes down to stuff like that one must ask themselves about the MQTT server reliability and if they will be in business long after the device end life.
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I haven't seen any tutorial or steps to get this MyQ opener to work with Alexa or Google home. Hopefully this will help you out. This tutorial will let you to Open/Close the garage with voice command like this:

"Hey Google, Open/Close the garage"Cool
"Alexa, Open/Close the garage"Cool

instead of " Hey google, ask myQ to close the garage" crap. Ha hashake head


1. Download the app call SimpleCommands on google playstore or Apple store. I am using android.
2. Sign up an Account with SimpleCommands, tap the "+" and link your MyQ account with SimpleCommands.
3. Tap " Clock icon" at the bottom to create Routines. Tap "+" to add a routine, give the routine a Name. "Garage Open" for example.
4. Tap "+" at Execute these actions. Tap on the Garage Door myQ and select Open in this case, leave delay at 0. Tap Add Command.
You are now done with SimpleCommand. Follow the same step and create a trigger for "Close".

For Google Home:
1. Open Home app, tap "+", tap Set up device, choose " Have something already setup", look for "kloee for SC" and link your Simplecommands account.
2. Go back to Home app main interface, tap "Routines" , select " Manage routines", select " Add a routines".
3. Tap Add commands (require), type in how you wish to tell google to Open the garage. Example: "Please open the garage ". YOu can add many commands as you like. Then tap OK
4. Tap Add action, select "Browse popular actions", select "Adjust scenes", tap on the "Settings icon", select "Garage Open" in this example. Then tap OK, then tap "Add"( up right top".
5. Select" Save" and you're done!!

For Alexa:
1. Click here and enable the kloee for SC skill https://www.amazon.com/Wispify-kl...lls&sr=1-1
2. Open Alexa app on your phone. Tap Devices, Select "Scence", Select " Discover Scenes"
3. Once the prosscess is done, the routines " Garage Open/Close" that you created in Simplecommands app should show up.
4. Select "Routines" in the main Menu, tap"+"
5. Tap"+" under " When this happens" and select " Voice" , Enter the command that you want. Example:" Please open the garage". Tap " next"
6. Tap"+" under "Add action" and Select " Smart Home", tap "Control Scene" then select "Garage Open", tap "Add".
5. Select "Save" and you're done!!

It might look complicated but once you done it the first time, it'll take less than 5 min to set it up for a friend or family if they want to use voice command with it.
User Interface might change in the future but the basic concept should be the same. Good luck and enjoy the device!!

Edit: If you concern about random, uninvited strangers shouting around your garage to get it open just Change the command from "Hey Google, Open/Close the Garage" to "
"Hey Google, Open/Close the _whateverNameUWant______"
This works great, thanks for the tip!
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