I have a samsung smartthings button. At some point in the past, I set up the double tap to toggle a smart bulb and turn on a virtual switch. At the time, I seem to remember that double tap was not a built in setting (item1 below). Or there was a complication with that… So maybe there was some weird workaround. I can’t remember.
Fast forward many months and one pandemic later, I don’t remember “where” I set these actions for double tap for the button so that I can undo them.
Here are the obvious locations in the app that I’ve checked:
- Smarthings app (new): Button 1 controls: Double pressed: “No actions assigned”
- Smarthings app (new): Automations: There was an old automation that turned on the virtual switch upon double tap. But the automation was deactivated/paused. I deleted the automation entirely. (either way, it never did anything relating to toggling the smart bulb). Deleting the automation did not affect the actions. Double tapping the button still toggles the smart bulb and turns on virtual switch.
- Smarthings app (new & classic): Smart lighting: nothing relating to the button
- webCoRE: Nothing relating to the button.
- IFTTT: Nothing relating to the button.
Double tapping the button still toggles the smart bulb and turns on the virtual switch (the virtual switch then talks to Alexa and has Alexa do something that couldn’t be done w/ ST).
Is there anywhere else I could have defined the double tap action? I want to change the double-tap action to do other things, and stop these actions.
Perhaps I can just unpair then re-pair the button with the ST Hub(v2)?