June 23, 2017, 4:41pm
I have a dead ZSE40 multi-sensor. (eats batteries in 15 minutes) (IC chips are hot!) How to remove a device from my Smartthings list of devices without it being operable to preform the exclude process? I don’t want to replace it with another ZSE40. I just want to get that device off my “Things” list.
June 23, 2017, 5:48pm
You can manually delete a device via the web-based ST IDE (
January 26, 2023, 11:14pm
It may be from 2017, but thank you for this! I just had the “smart” part of a receptacle die and had to find a way to remove it.
The correct link to avoid mishaps would be
January 27, 2023, 1:57pm
with IDE and that URL on the way out at some point, the better option may be a community developed interface:
I have a browser-based web app that provides a point-and-click way to explore most of the SmartThings API. For the non-technical, this gives you access to an important SmartThings resource without having to learn tools like Postman, curl, or the CLI. You don’t even need a computer: a tablet or even smartphone can be used. For the more technically inclined, it provides much faster and more convenient access to those commonly-accessed CLI commands. Although I originally thought of it as a portal for the non-technical, I’ve actually found it quite useful to use during my own development activities.
This is not intended as a replacement or ‘competitor’ to the CLI, mysmartthings, IDE(? well, maybe…), mobile app, etc, but is meant to provide a quick and easy supplemental tool.
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