Why has no one written a DTH for this yet? There are some obscure devices for which I never would have thought a DTH would be written. But one of the most popular locks’ API cannot be infiltrated, and yet I can tell Siri to lock it (after a hack), and Alexa as well with a burdensome code.
There were numerous press releases and tech articles about the press releases concerning a z-wave HomeConnect bridge from Kwikset for the Kēvo which I asked about when I called customer service a few months ago and he didn’t even know what I was talking about.
This is not a chastisement to the coding community, not at all. Just a frustrated curiosity as to the explanation why it has not yet been written. Or maybe why it “cannot” be written for those who live in such a world.
Do not many others here have the lock? Don’t we want to add it to our “Good Night” routine without having to buy a seperate z-wave lock that doesn’t open when you touch it?
Why add a Bluetooth chip to a hub and never activate it?
These are the questions I ponder when I have absolutely nothing to do, absolutely zero and my time is just burning away into nothingness. Only then do I reflect on smart home conundrums such as this.
Why no device type for the Ecolink Motion Sensor to control “sensitivity” or “time out”? Monoprice has one WITH temp.