Thank you @Mariano_Colmenarejo.
Yes, I have given access to my hub to @andresg the way he instructed me. After a few days he then referred me back to this thread to try out your drivers again (which I’ve tried).
Not sure if they are looking into this any longer but hopefully they’ll let us know.
It seems like at this point those affected with this issue have v3 hubs?
I tried more then 75 times to pair a Bosch ISW-ZPR1-WP13 Motion Sensor to the Samsung Hub V3 and can tell you it doesn’t work…What was missing in all of this is some have Hub V2 that I can tell works like a charm…You can just scan nearby and it pairs instantly…I hooked my old hub up and setup another account… installed two edge driver channels and scanned… I changed the zigbee channel to 24 in Hub V3 and tried to pair and it was still a no go…yes I removed from the hub V2 and reset the sensor … even unplugged hub V2. In the end edge drivers are the way to go.
Thank you for your continued help in resolving this issue. Since it has been quite some time since the issue was reported and there are no news on this threat, I just wanted to follow up to see if there are any updates. Those of us who have a v3 hub are still unable to add the Bosch sensor. Will there be a fix introduced or is this the end of the road?
Please, let us know and thank you again for keeping us posted.
I have six of the bosch motion sensors and a smart things V3 hub. I successfully migrated them to an edge driver about a week ago. They seem to be performing extremely well.
I am using the “Zigbee Motion Sensor MC” driver. The driver from smart things did not work. Also, once you pair the sensor, it takes several minutes until battery, temp and motion start reporting in the app,
Oh, so you moved away from the legacy device handler.
I still have the legacy device handler, which is what you were using back on November 22; if I follow the steps you posted, I am not able to pair the sensor. Like Burgerking1 said, the app remains stuck on “insert batteries into the sensor” and I also cannot proceed beyond your step 9.
As to the use of “Zigbee Motion Sensor Mc” with hub v3, please see the posts from @Mariano_Colmenarejo and @Carlos_Jato from 24 November, they were not able to get this driver to work with hub v3. I am somewhat mystified how your hub has paired with the Bosch motion sensors both with the legacy device handlers as well as with this driver.
Could you please share the firmware and hardware versions of your hub?
The version of firmware is identical, but the the version of hub I have is European (IM6001-V3P02). This should not matter as these are Zigbee sensors and have worked seamlessly before. So it remains a mystery why the sensors are not pairing now.
The sensors are getting in the pairing mode, that has never been a problem (I have done that many times before), it’s just that the hub is not able to find them.
I have now deleted the device handler and installed “Zigbee Motion Sensor MC” but the hub still can’t find the sensors.
Devices other than these sensors are working fine. I will wait for the engineering team.