Xiaomi Smart Home Suite (very cheap) compatibilty?

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Re: Xiaomi Smart Home Suite (very cheap) compatibilty?

Post by PABben » Wednesday 30 August 2017 16:12

deennoo wrote:
Monday 21 August 2017 18:13
pandemicz wrote:Guys, I'm a little confused with all the switches :oops: Just to be sure, is there solution for Wireless Two-Button Switch LEFT click problem with 149 firmware in latest build or we all suppose to wait for an update from Xiaomi?
You have to wait about a Fw update, that not à domoticz problème.
I have a dual switch and it's working fine in mi-app using 149 firmware. Why should xiaomi change the firmware when it's nothing wrong when using the app? :)

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Re: Xiaomi Smart Home Suite (very cheap) compatibilty?

Post by islandman » Wednesday 30 August 2017 16:52

PABben wrote:
Wednesday 30 August 2017 16:12
deennoo wrote:
Monday 21 August 2017 18:13
pandemicz wrote:Guys, I'm a little confused with all the switches :oops: Just to be sure, is there solution for Wireless Two-Button Switch LEFT click problem with 149 firmware in latest build or we all suppose to wait for an update from Xiaomi?
You have to wait about a Fw update, that not à domoticz problème.
I have a dual switch and it's working fine in mi-app using 149 firmware. Why should xiaomi change the firmware when it's nothing wrong when using the app? :)
Problems started after 149 firmware, however the https://github.com/YinHangCode/homebridge-mi-aqara Homebridge Plugin is still working with 149!

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Re: Xiaomi Smart Home Suite (very cheap) compatibilty?

Post by PABben » Wednesday 30 August 2017 17:21

Yes, but as there is no problems for xiaomi app users, only for domoticz users, i doubt they will change the firmware "back for us" :)

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Re: Xiaomi Smart Home Suite (very cheap) compatibilty?

Post by randytsuch » Wednesday 30 August 2017 17:39

PABben wrote:
Wednesday 30 August 2017 17:21
Yes, but as there is no problems for xiaomi app users, only for domoticz users, i doubt they will change the firmware "back for us" :)
Maybe if we complain a lot they will fix it. For every actual complaint a company gets, it multiplies it by some number because most people won't bother to complain.

I just ordered my stuff last week, so I don't actually have it yet to see the problem, and complain lol

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Re: Xiaomi Smart Home Suite (very cheap) compatibilty?

Post by islandman » Wednesday 30 August 2017 20:04

PABben wrote:
Wednesday 30 August 2017 17:21
Yes, but as there is no problems for xiaomi app users, only for domoticz users, i doubt they will change the firmware "back for us" :)
Same with people over at home-assistant https://github.com/home-assistant/home- ... ssues/8935

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Re: Xiaomi Smart Home Suite (very cheap) compatibilty?

Post by deennoo » Wednesday 30 August 2017 21:14

PABben wrote:Yes, but as there is no problems for xiaomi app users, only for domoticz users, i doubt they will change the firmware "back for us" :)
This problem is for every body who use the API...not only for domoticz user...i already explain you how to explain this to xiaomi (on github, and using the comment form xiaomi app, explaining the problem with the api...) if no body do this, they will never know that there is a problem.
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Re: Xiaomi Smart Home Suite (very cheap) compatibilty?

Post by islandman » Thursday 31 August 2017 16:50

Good News! A Xiaomi technician found the bug! They will publish the new firmware resolve it next week! Maybe the version will be 1.4.1_149.0150. (found this @ https://github.com/home-assistant/home- ... ssues/8935) :lol:

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Re: Xiaomi Smart Home Suite (very cheap) compatibilty?

Post by chatainsim » Friday 01 September 2017 12:00

chatainsim wrote:
Tuesday 18 July 2017 17:24
I have some strange logs in Domoticz :

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2017-07-18 17:16:11.336 XiaomiGateway: unknown cmd received: read
2017-07-18 17:16:11.336 {"cmd": "read", "sid": "158d00015e9683"}
2017-07-18 17:16:11.336 XiaomiGateway: unknown cmd received: read
2017-07-18 17:16:11.336 {"cmd": "read", "sid": "158d0001a64ef5"}
2017-07-18 17:16:11.336 XiaomiGateway: unknown cmd received: read
2017-07-18 17:16:11.336 {"cmd": "read", "sid": "158d00012a42ca"}
2017-07-18 17:16:11.336 XiaomiGateway: unknown cmd received: read
2017-07-18 17:16:11.336 {"cmd": "read", "sid": "158d00015a8d79"}
2017-07-18 17:16:11.337 XiaomiGateway: unknown cmd received: read
2017-07-18 17:16:11.337 {"cmd": "read", "sid": "158d000182ec9e"}
Do you know what is it ?
I still have those log :

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2017-09-01 11:56:53.436 XiaomiGateway: unknown cmd received: read
2017-09-01 11:56:53.436 {"cmd": "read", "sid": "158d00015e9683"}
2017-09-01 11:56:53.436 XiaomiGateway: unknown cmd received: read
2017-09-01 11:56:53.436 {"cmd": "read", "sid": "158d0001a64ef5"}
2017-09-01 11:56:53.436 XiaomiGateway: unknown cmd received: read
2017-09-01 11:56:53.436 {"cmd": "read", "sid": "158d00012a42ca"}
2017-09-01 11:56:53.436 XiaomiGateway: unknown cmd received: read
2017-09-01 11:56:53.436 {"cmd": "read", "sid": "158d00015a8d79"}
2017-09-01 11:56:53.436 XiaomiGateway: unknown cmd received: read
2017-09-01 11:56:53.436 {"cmd": "read", "sid": "158d000182ec9e"}
2017-09-01 11:56:53.436 XiaomiGateway: unknown cmd received: read
2017-09-01 11:56:53.436 {"cmd": "read", "sid": "158d00017142ca"}
2017-09-01 11:56:53.436 XiaomiGateway: unknown cmd received: read
2017-09-01 11:56:53.436 {"cmd": "read", "sid": "158d000170d676"}
Anybody ? Thanks

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Re: Xiaomi Smart Home Suite (very cheap) compatibilty?

Post by benbammens » Friday 01 September 2017 12:14

I have just received the Yeelight LED strip and it should work in Domoticz. But to make it work I have to turn on the developer mode for the LED strip in the settings of the mi home app... But I don't have this option in the setting. So now Domoticz cannot find the Yeelight...

Anyone has the same problem?

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Re: Xiaomi Smart Home Suite (very cheap) compatibilty?

Post by Martins80 » Friday 01 September 2017 13:13

benbammens wrote:
Friday 01 September 2017 12:14
I have just received the Yeelight LED strip and it should work in Domoticz. But to make it work I have to turn on the developer mode for the LED strip in the settings of the mi home app... But I don't have this option in the setting. So now Domoticz cannot find the Yeelight...

Anyone has the same problem?
i think i just found the setting, activated it and still did not work... you have to look into the yeelight app for the setting, not mihome

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Re: Xiaomi Smart Home Suite (very cheap) compatibilty?

Post by benbammens » Friday 01 September 2017 13:41

Martins80 wrote:
Friday 01 September 2017 13:13
benbammens wrote:
Friday 01 September 2017 12:14
I have just received the Yeelight LED strip and it should work in Domoticz. But to make it work I have to turn on the developer mode for the LED strip in the settings of the mi home app... But I don't have this option in the setting. So now Domoticz cannot find the Yeelight...

Anyone has the same problem?
i think i just found the setting, activated it and still did not work... you have to look into the yeelight app for the setting, not mihome
Thank you, I've got it working now!

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Re: Xiaomi Smart Home Suite (very cheap) compatibilty?

Post by Martins80 » Friday 01 September 2017 13:54

benbammens wrote:
Friday 01 September 2017 13:41
Thank you, I've got it working now!
With the same settings as a RGB bulb?

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Re: Xiaomi Smart Home Suite (very cheap) compatibilty?

Post by benbammens » Friday 01 September 2017 14:00

Martins80 wrote:
Friday 01 September 2017 13:54
benbammens wrote:
Friday 01 September 2017 13:41
Thank you, I've got it working now!
With the same settings as a RGB bulb?
I didn't have to do much really..

I added Yeelight LED in hardware in domoticz, added the led strip in the yeelight android app - enabled developer mode and it showed up in the devices in Domoticz.

Did you update the firmware of the LED strip?

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Re: Xiaomi Smart Home Suite (very cheap) compatibilty?

Post by corbin » Saturday 02 September 2017 3:58

marcotini wrote:
Wednesday 30 August 2017 6:56
No I mean this https://m.it.aliexpress.com/s/item/32825807314.html
Ok will add when API support from Xiaomi comes, then what kind of device should it map to in Domoticz?
Question about the Xiaomi Gateway in Domoticz? Please check the Wiki first: https://www.domoticz.com/wiki/Xiaomi_Gateway_(Aqara)

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Re: Xiaomi Smart Home Suite (very cheap) compatibilty?

Post by corbin » Saturday 02 September 2017 4:00

chatainsim wrote:
Friday 01 September 2017 12:00

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2017-09-01 11:56:53.436 {"cmd": "read", "sid": "158d000170d676"}
Anybody ? Thanks
Don't know what this would be, what Xiaomi devices do you have?
Question about the Xiaomi Gateway in Domoticz? Please check the Wiki first: https://www.domoticz.com/wiki/Xiaomi_Gateway_(Aqara)

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Re: Xiaomi Smart Home Suite (very cheap) compatibilty?

Post by marcotini » Saturday 02 September 2017 8:45

corbin wrote:
Saturday 02 September 2017 3:58
marcotini wrote:
Wednesday 30 August 2017 6:56
No I mean this https://m.it.aliexpress.com/s/item/32825807314.html
Ok will add when API support from Xiaomi comes, then what kind of device should it map to in Domoticz?
I don't know if there is one in Domoticz. It's just a water presence so I think that just 1 or 0 it's ok lol.

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Re: Xiaomi Smart Home Suite (very cheap) compatibilty?

Post by Martins80 » Saturday 02 September 2017 13:44

marcotini wrote:
Saturday 02 September 2017 8:45
corbin wrote:
Saturday 02 September 2017 3:58
marcotini wrote:
Wednesday 30 August 2017 6:56
No I mean this https://m.it.aliexpress.com/s/item/32825807314.html
Ok will add when API support from Xiaomi comes, then what kind of device should it map to in Domoticz?
I don't know if there is one in Domoticz. It's just a water presence so I think that just 1 or 0 it's ok lol.
I think there is support for smoke alarm and gas alarm, i think this is the same, but water alarm

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Re: Xiaomi Smart Home Suite (very cheap) compatibilty?

Post by Derik » Saturday 02 September 2017 23:23

Is there perhaps some one that has a script for the [ Wifi} yeelight, like a fade color change
Or perhaps a disco script?
Or a color change after x seconds?
Or other scripts..... for nice yeelight options..?
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Re: Xiaomi Smart Home Suite (very cheap) compatibilty?

Post by deennoo » Sunday 03 September 2017 0:42

Derik wrote:Is there perhaps some one that has a script for the [ Wifi} yeelight, like a fade color change
Or perhaps a disco script?
Or a color change after x seconds?
Or other scripts..... for nice yeelight options..?
Ask it on the great topic please, and you Can look on m'y blog searching for yeelight give you some exemple for white model, yeelight api is similar for rgb
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Re: Xiaomi Smart Home Suite (very cheap) compatibilty?

Post by hekm77 » Sunday 03 September 2017 2:00

Derik wrote:
Saturday 02 September 2017 23:23
Or perhaps a disco script?

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runcommand = "sudo echo -ne '{\"id\":1, \"method\":\"start_cf\", \"params\":[\"cf\", 500, 0, \"50, 2, 5000, 100, 50, 2, 5000, 1\"]}\\r\\n' | nc -w1 " ..IP.." " ..PORT..""
Or other scripts..... for nice yeelight options..?
Police Mode

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runcommand = "sudo echo -ne '{\"id\":1, \"method\":\"set_scene\", \"params\":[\"cf\", 200, 0, \"50, 1, 7167, 100, 50, 1, 7167, 1, 50, 1, 7167, 100, 50, 1, 7167, 1, 50, 1, 16723968, 100\"]}\\r\\n' | nc -w1 " ..IP.." " ..PORT..""

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