Sorry if this has already been asked.
Will support to schedule these updates eventually be supported? I don’t like that the feature is either on or off and nothing else. I have lots of CoRE Pistons set up using door sensors and motions sensors and what not. When the firmware update starts, the state of some of these devices start flapping. I hope that the smart switches don’t do this as I have things like my washer machine and my Xbox on smart switches. Would hate for them to start an update and turn off in the middle of something.
I was at work and all of a sudden I started getting motion alerts on my phone, and I couldn’t figure out why my motion sensor was going haywire, so I checked it’s history, and it shows that the firmware update automatically started at 16:58 and the flapping started immediately after. (UPDATE 17:42, still getting false alerts)
I also found that the OSRAM bulb will revert back to their default white temp setting, so when I got home last night, half the lights outside of my house were yellow and the other half where cool white.
I really like the whole OTA update feature…but it would be really nice if we had a way of scheduling it, or at the very least, detecting when it has started so I can set CoRE to disable any Pistons that use that Device so that I can supress notifications until Firmware is done updating…And also maybe a piston that will fix the bulb colors after a firmware update has finished.
If there are no current plans…then I will just turn the feature off, and just turn it on like once a month or so, let it run for a couple days and then turn it off.