Problem is, i would like to see LUX data on smartthings app without opening device screen, now it shows battery status … Is there a possibility to change this ?
If you are using a custom device handler, or can work with a copy of a standard handler, then yes it can be done if you have set up the CLI.
That was the requirement John Constantelo had for his handler for a Xiaomi/Lumi sensor:
Thnx for the answer. Thats the handler i have I just dont have coding capabilities, or understanding how to change it
I believe he has released the updated version.
Indeed, new version. I updated it, and removed device and now i have hard time adding it back
Nothing to do with handler tho
EDIT: Managed to pair it now, but it didnt change it, but now my history tab on smartthings app just shows “NaNLux” ? Even tho, it shows correct lux, just history is screwed ?
In API Event List i can see correct lux information.
I had a terrible time pairing four of these with SmartThings originally. It took 3-4 attempts for each device. They are wonky devices.
I’ve since removed 2 from SmartThings and moved them to Hubitat. The instructions over there were a bit of a dance (press, double-click, wait) in terms of how to pair it, but both times the devices paired the first time I tried. Try following steps 2-5 here (where “pair the device” is putting SmartThings into discovery mode, aka “Scan Nearby” in the new app).