I was more thinking of if there is a voice command for Alexa to change to different modes like “Alexa set my air conditioner to quiet mode”. If so, you can create a virtual switch with contact sensor in ST and use that to trigger an Alexa custom action in a routine to simulate speaking the command(s) when the switch is turned on/off in ST Routines. I’m using this method for my Ecobee Thermostat because the program modes aren’t exposed in the ST-Ecobee integration but are changeable using the Ecobee Alexa skill.
I had a similar issue with a non-Samsung air purifier. No night mode setting anywhere but I discovered setting fan speed to 0 did it. Typically setting to 0 would turn the device off but for this device it did not.
Yes I noticed that too. But I can via a Routine. And apologies, I should have been clearer. When using a routine I set Fan Speed to ‘Off’ (and switch to ‘on’). When using SharpTools I set Fan Speed to 0 (same as off).
I have checked what capability is responsible for the fan mode in my air purifier and now I understand why we both have similar problem. The capability is called airConditionerFanMode even for air purifier. In my case this is what it reports:
Hey! Congrats on your new Samsung air conditioner! It’s understandable that you’d like to have the quiet mode included in the routines within the SmartThings app. While I can’t say for certain why Samsung left it out, you can reach out to their customer support or check for any firmware updates that might address this issue. I suggest you also contact spartamech.co.uk for professional help dealing with conditioner. I hope that helps!