Been a while using this app and just did all the updates and it’s been working flawless. One problem were having is when my son leaves the house he’s forgetting to close the back slider, is there a way to prevent the front door from locking if the other door sensors are open? This way if he can’t lock the front door it will remind him to go close the other doors.
I have not fitted my modules yet but do we even know if these features are supposed via the Z-Wave module. After all it is an addon and may not have the ability to change the actual Locks settings etc. but hopefully it does and we may get a reply soon!
Hope to crack on with setting mine up this coming weekend.
Hi @RBoy - I have it set up so that SHM goes to “Away” when I use a specific code. However the SHM state is changed to “Armed (Stay)” when I execute. I doubled checked the scenes that are set up correctly. I have it set up correctly in your app. Any ideas?
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Make sure you’re on the latest version, sounds like you may be on an older version. If you’re using a “keypad” you need to be on 07.05.00 or newer to use the direct keypad arm/disarm feature.
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Question here, for Schlage Smartlock (which is currently managed by ST stock z-wave controller), do I have to reset/clear all the entry code before using your advanced smartapp?
I tried to install the app but when I select the user “configure users” section none of the existing user code actually show up (everything listed as blank),
Resetting the lock is optional, however we do recommend running the Clear Codes procedure listed on it website after installing the app for the first time.
For security reasons locks do not report existing codes so after a new install it will always start with a “clean” slate. Which is also why we recommend running the clear codes procedure (after installing the app) and resetting the lock (before installing the app) so that you know that no “old” are left accidentally.