Govee DreamColor LED Strip Lights with WiFi and Smartthings?

I clicked on the index.html and just led to a page of code. how do I get to the page you showed with configuration tab?

Click on the button “raw”, then you can download the page and open it up. Easier on a computer.

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OK, hate to seem like such a newb but thanks for the help… ive clicked raw, how do I download and open?

LOL Nevrmind…I figured it out

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Good to hear!

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and works great! thanks again!

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Thanks to Dean Berman for sharing the code and instructions. Hopefully govee support team will take note and release a supported version in future.

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I recently messaged them through their app and they replied it was on their radar

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So I followed all the steps, and when I access the device on the smartthings app, it will not turn on… Govee Model is H6159. Pretty new with all this so any guidance would much appreciated…

I could not get it to turn the lights on and off… any suggestions. Govee Model h6159

Did you open the index.html page, insert your Govee API key, to retrieve your Govee device names, models and IDs?

Yes… it shows up on the SmartThing App, but I can’t control it… Curious if you need me to send you any more details.

Suggest you log an issue on the GitHub page, so the author can assist you.

Alternatively, you can download the application “Postman” from
Then create a new “GET” request, so that you can see what information you get back from the Govee-API.

The image shows example to retrieve the device state. In my case model H6104 does not support device state.

Was able to get this setup and working tonight…thanks!!!

Is there a way to get Smartthings to pull in the saved colors that I already have setup in the Govee app or the current color?