We’re excited to announce the release of Samsung SmartThings Hub firmware version 0.31.4. 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)
Release Date: 25 June 2020 ~ 26 June 2020
Note that this release may be spread over a few days, so you may not see your Hub update the first day of the release period.
Refresh Z-Wave network routes shortly (up to 30 seconds) after network repair is completed
Firmware update for latest generation of SmartThings Motion, Multipurpose, Moisture and Button devices
Fix an issue where manual changes to FE599 & BE369 Z-Wave Schlage locks were not reported instantly. Users experiencing issues with these specific locks must exclude and re-add the devices with this firmware.
Fix an issue where the color temperature on locally running Zigbee devices is slightly different than the value that was set, for example setting a color temperature of 2700 resulted in a value of 2703.
Fix issue where the Zigbee PAN ID was changing due to a perceived PAN ID conflict
Fix the removal of the hub from all Zigbee groups on factory reset
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Thank you to @Kianoosh_Karami, @Brad_ST and all the ST staff members behind the scenes (including Tier-2) involved with the Z-Wave lock fix journey.
Any details on the SmartThings device firmware updates? I’ve been having some issues with a few of my ST buttons, and I’m curious if this will fix it. I can see the buttons have updated to the latest firmware (0x00000014), but can’t find any details on what that is supposed to fix.
Since the update mostly noticed improvements but I seem to have lost communication between my Red Series dimmer and associated bulbs via app control, on/off works but level adjustments aren’t being transmitted. Prior to the update the setup worked as expected.
For the most part everything works with voice as we set “the dining room” to a level as they are included, I just noticed this bug by accident as I requested just the dimmer set to level, but the bulbs stayed at 100% and didn’t respond to dimmer app adjustments either, new or classic. There is nothing in the logs for the dimmer forwarding the level adjustment just the switch rec’d and completed. My network consists of 30 Z Wave devices (only Zwave+), no S2 active, 6 battery operated and quick reaction time.
Added Home Assistant and ST integration today and levels can be adjusted through HA but still not ST???
Is anybody having dimmers, switches and fan controllers stop responding? They update int he app but the load is not controlled. I am trying to figure out whether it is a DTH related issue, or something related to the latest firmware updates or changes int eh cloud.
I believe most, if not all, of the devices that are locking up are Homeseer and I have been making changes to the DTHs. Either way, once it is locked up, even reverting to a default DTH (that does not support extended features) will not fix the issue. The only way to restore the device is to power cycle it (using air gap if one is present).
Edit: The issue frequency increased quite a bit in recent times, and I have not made changes to the DTHs in a while, which is why I am checking to see if others are having these issues.
Edit2: To clarify… the dimmer/switch/fan controller also stops responding if you press the paddles.