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[APP] Eufy Home

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Adds support for Eufy Robovac



NOTE
This is not the topic for Eufy Security devices.
The topic for Eufy Security you can find here: Eufy Security


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Usage

  • Install this app on your Homey.
  • Go to new devices - Fill in deviceId - LocalKey - Internal IP of Robovac (How-to find deviceId/LocalKey)
  • Acces token will be fetched.
  • Check statuses or create flows.

Current features:

  • Switch on / off. When off, it will returning to charging dock automatically.
  • Display battery level, and notify on low battery.
  • Display battery charging state.
  • Display information
  • Retrieve information from you Eufy Robovac.
  • Get notification when a value has changed.
  • Flows

Supported Languages:

  • :uk: English
  • :netherlands: Dutch


Contributions
If you appreciate this app, contribute to future development by making a paypal contribution
or buy me a coffee on Ko-Fi

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What’s new in v1.1.4
Eufy Home Release



Apps made by @martijnpoppen

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Changelog

Live version and Test version


Live: 1.1.4

  • Eufy Home Release

Test: -

  • No test version

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q1: How to find deviceId/Local key
A1: Use this app/apk on Android device or emulators and localKey/devID will be available in vacuum settings Dropbox - EufyHome_2.4.0_vevs.apk.zip - Simplify your life
A2: Or follow these steps:

  1. Close the app on your mobile device
  2. Connect the device to your laptop and enable USB debugging
  3. Run adb logcat -e ‘tuya.m.my.group.device.list’ (assumes you have already installed the Android debug tools)
  4. Launch the Eufy Home app
  5. The output lines contain JSON, you’re looking for the values of localKey (16 character hex string) and devId (20 character hex string).
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I would like to thank Martijn for his amazing work and support! It is beyond the expections that he developed the support for the EUFY vacuum cleaner based on just a simple question/suggestion. :partying_face: I had the chance to assist him from an other country and he managed to create it and also solve every issue in this way as well.

If you have the chance I think this type of attitude worth every penny and you can easily support Martijn via PayPal. Instead of your daily coffee buy one for Martijn, I’m sure it means a lot. :coffee:

Hopefully in the near future he will have tons of patrons so that we could have many more exciting updates and product developements. :rocket:

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Wow @Szergely thank you for your kind words and the donation! :smiley:
Also thanks for your help, without the VPN and open IP I couldn’t do this!

New app update (live: 1.1.4 ):

  • Eufy Home Release
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Sorry, can’t get this to work. Should the IP address be the device IP or the IP on the app (which is showing my public IP)?

Hey @Casper181
It should be the IP of your Robovac. I think you can find it in the Eufy Home app or in your router.

That’s what I thought. Any ideas on this message?

Hmm no didn’t see that before.
You’re one of the first users :wink:

Can you send a report?
You can do that via
More - apps - eufy home - settings wheel right top - send diagnostic report

New app update (test: 1.1.5 ):

  • FIX: issue when no data is reported from the Robovac

@Casper181 can you give this test version a try? Can you send me a new report after that? :smiley:

Hi Martijn thanks for your work.
I didn’t focus on the app lately because of other toys.
I do see I got reporting issues including connecting to the internal ip.
I wanted the cleaner to start after 90% charge and I noticed the charge remains on 57%

Hey @Tom_De_Vries ,
Can you share a diagnostic report?
You can do that via
More - apps - eufy home - settings wheel right top - send diagnostic report

Hi, I downloaded Bluestacks as an Android emulator and all the settings I need were displayed, then found the Eufy Home app, selected my Robovac and entered the displayed details, as device ID, local key and IP address 80.60. ** . ** Homey returned this: my.homey.app says Network request failed
Fing found another IP address 192.168.**.* entered it, no change.
Disabling the firewall didn’t help either.

Any suggestions?

Hey @Hermann_Stengel
Is the Robovac in the same subnet as your homey?

Can you try to add it and send a diagnostic report?

You can do that via
More - apps - eufy home - settings wheel right top - send diagnostic report

Edit:
Make sure your Robovac has a fixed IP.

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Hi @martijnpoppen thanks for the fast response!
I’ll check later when I have more time, and come back to you.
Right now I have to leave for a barbeque :slight_smile:

Still had a minute and tried the fixed IP solution you gave, you know what? IT WORKS!
Thanks!!!

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Awesome!!!
Great that it works!

How to find deviceId/LocalKey? I have iPhone and just got a Robovac L70 hybrid :slight_smile: