I posted this on the regular SmartThings forum and got a detailed response, but it was suggested that I post here as well.
What I am trying to do is control my new Samsung Q6 and Q8 with webCoRE. Is this possible?
Here is my original post:
Hi. I have had a SmartThings hub (Hub v2 US) for about two years and have been running webCore for quite a while. I love it.
I recently purchased a Samsung Q8 and Q6 TV. During the process of setting up those televisions I tried to get those TVs added to my devices so I can include them in pistons. I ended up having to migrate to the new SmartThings app. Now I have both the Classic and new app on my phone.
However, when I log into the SmartThings IDE (https://graph.api.smartthings.com/ ) on my laptop I see I now have two locations. The one my original old hub was associated with and a new location named “Home”.
The original location has all of my devices associated with it, but the “Home” location has the two new QLED TVs. The “Home” location has no hubs associated with it according to the IDE.
Where did this new “Home” location come from?
I want to move the two QLEDs to the other location. I followed the steps for moving a device to another location via the SmartThings App and while they show up as moved in that SmartThings app, I do not see them in the list of devices associated with the other location in the IDE or the Classic app. When I log into the new SmartThings app on my phone (where I executed the move), the “Home” location is shown as having no devices and the two QLEDs are associated with my old hub location (which is what I want). So it seems the two apps are out of sync.
Just to summarize I somehow now have two locations:
- Hyrule (location) with my v2 hub associated which has webCore and all my devices
- Home (location) with no hubs and the two QLEDs (at least according to the IDE and Classic app)
Thanks a ton!