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Homey 2.0.0 Community App Compatibility List

v2
#148

Athom says that all their apps are working on 2.0.
So this topic is about community apps. Next posts in this topic about apps not being made by the community will be deleted without further notice.

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#150

No Bluetooth devices work. Example: Mi flora although a new update has come today

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#151

Also tried the update of the MI flora app. Still not working indeed.

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#152

Not all ble devices are broken, my ble Christmas lights work like a charm

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#153

There is a limitation within the 2.0.0 app that is limiting the ability to control several thermostats.
The current app only supports 1 picker element (first one defined) and does not show the second or third.

Meaning that that the Fan Mode and Fan Speed can’t be set for several thermostats (Thermostat Mode is typically the first one defined).

Affected apps (I’m aware of):

  • Remotec (ZXT-120, ZXT-600)
  • MCO Home (MH7)
  • Daikin

Issue has been created to re-enable support for multiple pickers in the 2.0.0 app:

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Remotec Technology App (v.2.2.4)
#154

Hi, have anyone try the Verisure App and the Shelly app on this Beta ?

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#155

Broadcom app (1.3.5) is working with Homey V2.0.
Just tested (most of) it.
Actually, it has the same issues as with Homey 1.5.13 :frowning:,
but that is a different issue I am working at :slight_smile:

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#156

Does anyone know if Lightwave RF sockets are working in V2 ?
Cant find any confirmation.

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#157

Regarding Homeyduino app.

I have installed it under V2 and I can not add devices. While the Device is being added, the iOS App crashes!
That is why I reported that issue at Athom, but I got a surprising answer:

The developers respond me that they do not support the Homeyduino app. I am sorry for the inconvenience, we will adjust the website so that this is clear in the future. I advise you to ask for advise on our community forum: https://community.athom.com/ . People there may have encountered the same issue.

So, anyone else who use Homeyduino with v2 and can share experiences?

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Arduino / Homeduino met ESP8266 aansturen pinnen op Arduino
#158

Homeyduino has been rather pointless for a while now. It was originally developed by an intern at Athom, and after he left I got the feeling it became abandonware. Don’t bet on it.

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#159

Homeyduino is dead in the water.
I reported within one week the app was released a install problem witch basicly means it at random fails to install properly. The former intern said -back then - he no longer works on it. It has not gotten any attention since then.
Now, with this blunt ‘not supported’ message it is official.

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#160

But Robert, was it you who had some ideas to get esp8266 going in Homey?

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#161

I have plenty of idea :wink:

The Sonoff-Tasmota firmware, which also runs on most ESP8266 boards, could be a reasonable solution, although the Sonoff app can’t yet deal with completely generic modules. I’m waiting for a stable V2 release before I will continue working on it.

Depending on what exactly you want to do with it, it might also be possible to use the MQTT Broker and MQTT Client apps to trigger flows based on sensor data.

If you want more flexibility, take a look at MySensors, although I’m not sure if the Homey app for that works on V2.

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#162

On github the mysensors app owner says he sold his homey and is not updating the app for homey 2.0. I do not see any other contributers or followup/continuation for now.

I do use Sonoff hardware, flashed Tasmota on it straightaway. And use your great app in Homey (2.0). It is just a joy to use it. Flawless.

Homeyduino app could have been a joy, it could have unlocked Arduino to Homey in a friendly way. But it had problems from the get go and that made me hesitant to go full monkey on it.
I still use it to control a low voltage relay with it to switch my ventilation system. It still works in Homey 2.0, for as long as that is.

I would like to use sensors like PIRs, Light dependend resitors and DHT11 temperature en humidity sensors. That hardware is basic stuff, but connected to Homey in a gentile way you can have lots of fun.

Fair enough

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Arduino / Homeduino met ESP8266 aansturen pinnen op Arduino
#163

I can confirm that both work just fine, the only app that dont work for me is the Unifi Network app

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#164

Sensative App (1.0.3) is working in 2.0

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#165

What does not work? Everything works for me, had to remove and reinstall to do so.

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#166

please can’t som want help my?

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#167

Please discuss specific app problems in their own topic, this one is ment to be a list of V2 compatible apps, not a discussion post.

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#169

Hi all,

I find it very confusing why this is only a topic for community compatibility apps. I have quite a lot of apps (19), and now I have to search on all the different places if this will work on v2:

  • This topic, Github and the app store for community apps
  • For athom apps, Github, the app store and their own topics

Anyway, I’ve made my own list and from a few community apps I have no clue if they will work on v2 (from homeyduino unfortunately I know they don’t…):

  • SQL from Rens Brandwijk
  • POPP EU Z-wave Products from Marco Ruiter
  • Weather Underground from Robby van Kekem (I know about the API stop, but they will provide new keys for Private Weatherstation Owners)
  • Solar Panels -> Seems in the latest release notes that 2.0 is supported
  • Sunway Window Coverings by Sunway Benelux B.V.

Especially the ‘SQL’ app is very important in my environment, I use it a lot. For the Arduino there is a workaround with MQTT. Is anyone who has 2.0 running, willing to test this app for me?

Thanks!

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