We will begin rolling out Samsung SmartThings Hub firmware version 0.48.03 starting Monday, June 05. Once downloaded, your Hub will briefly go offline as it reboots and applies the update; most customers will experience less than one minute of downtime. We will update the status page when the release is complete.
Samsung SmartThings Hub 2015 (Hub v2)
Samsung SmartThings Hub 2018 (Hub v3)
Aeotec Smart Home Hub
Release Date: 05 June 2023 ~ 13 June 2023
Note that this release will be spread out over the course of 9 days, so you may not see your Hub update the first day of the release period.
Allows manual initiation of firmware updates for eligible Matter devices even if the Hub’s automatic device firmware update setting is disabled. This can be done by following these steps.
Select the device in SmartThings
Chose “More Options (⋮)” and tap “Information”
If an update is available, select “Update Firmware”
Addition of Meter Identification Cluster to the Zigbee Libraries
Hi, @arcspin, did you report this issue to Customer Support? I think there was a release of the Hue driver recently, if you haven’t reported it, it would be helpful to collect some info from you. Please, let me know.
Sorry for writing myself off, but my question was not malicious. @nayelyz I’ll give you an example: when the ‘Goodnight’ scene is activated, some of the light bulbs in the house react one second after the ‘Goodnight’ button is pressed, and some take up to three or four seconds to switch off.
I used to have a V2 and there was no such problem, it worked much faster: from pressing the button, everything switched off within a second. I haven’t changed anything else, the same number of receivers, just the hub.
Is this problem unique to me? Or maybe someone else has it too with V3 hub?
Second example: I have an Aeotec motion detector in the bathroom: when it detects movement, two coloured bulbs light up blue. However, if I manually switch on all the lights in the bathroom with a button, they all light up white and the automation should not work (one of the bulbs is conditional).
Meanwhile, I often have the situation that when I enter the bathroom, after starting on white, the motion sensor switches off two of the four bulbs anyway and changes the other two from white to colour. It is as if the hub does not register the “ON” state of the bulb, which is a precondition in this automation.
With the V2 hub worked well.
(Developer Support Team)
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Anything that appears on the status page is listed under ‘Past Incidents’ as an ‘incident’ and if it is ongoing it is an ‘unresolved incident’. So that’s just an entry for the start of the firmware update.
You’ll see there is another ‘unresolved incident’ starting on June 1st for the TV hub issues.