Many people who had routines disappear from the app yesterday have gotten then back by now without having to do anything except log out of the app and log back in again. but not everyone has them back yet. But that only applies to the routines that disappeared all together at one time yesterday.
Other SmartApps may have disappeared over the last few week as part of the Groovy shut down and those might indeed need to be re-created individually. For those cases, see the link I just gave you:
OK, dumb question: how do I log out of the app? I’m looking around, but it looks like I completely sign out of my Samsung account and not just SmartThings. Maybe I’m looking in the wrong place? Thanks.
EDIT: I logged out of my Samsung account from SmartThings app, and logged back in, but that didn’t help… Maybe reboot the Hub?
It seems that my devices are being updated (I have several Leviton switches) were updated to Edge Drivers. The only interesting observation is that the old IDE still reports them as DTH’s but the CLI reports them as Edge Drivers. Looks like the IDE is being turned off little by little.
Do we know if/when automatic migrations will stop? I still have a few devices using DTH’s. I will wait if there’s a chance it’ll still migrate automatically. If it’s never happening, then I can force delete and include those devices manually.
The last official announcement was “1st quarter 2023“ so they’ve given themselves another couple of months if they need it. Multiple community members reported that they hadn’t had any migrations for a couple of weeks and then they just started again in the last few days.
I’ve slowly been losing devices to my network. Train wreck in slow motion. First was the Smartthings wifi Smart Plug and now the Amzn wifi smart plug. Expected some would need different connections. But not Smartthings branded devices or Samsung OCF supported devices.
The ST plugs are still shown, but offline. The Amzn wifi plugs are just gone.
The Amazon Wi-Fi smart plug never had a direct smartthings integration that I know of. You might have been activating it through an Amazon routine that relied on a virtual device that is no longer functional. If so, that virtual device could be replaced with one that does work with the new architecture.
Can you post a screenshot of a routine that used the Amazon smart plug?