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What works in the UK?


(Dean Smith) #1

Sorry if this is duplicated, but can we start creating a fixed list of devices that people have gotten to work in the UK, be it via official support or via the LAB?

I’m really looking to have a list I can just easily go through and find the devices that work, and then a link to a thread that shows me how to get it to work?

As I say though, sorry if this is already somewhere, I’ve just scanned and couldn’t find anything on the first page? (Would have thought something so meaningful, especially for UK customers not having a great deal of compatibility, would be pinned on the first page).

Thanks


#2

Check out the official list here!


(Andy Godber) #3

Other devices discussed here


(Dean Smith) #4

Thanks for the replys. Can someone please explain to me how I can install others custom start apps?


(Dean Smith) #5

Could someone please tell me if this is the OAuth problem being seen at the moment?

When I click the drop down, I don’t get anything in the list?


(sidjohn1) #6

Oauth is still in issue in the uk… It is currently being worked and well discussed in other threads. Use the search button in the upper right corner if you need more info about the oauth issue.


#7

This should help:


(Matt Brain) #8

Sorry if this is duplicated, but can we start creating a fixed list of devices that people have gotten to work in the UK, be it via official support or via the LAB?

The request was for a list of the things that do work in the UK; the list I see from Tyler is the official list of what should / could / is planned to work.

Check out the official list here!

www.smartthings.com/uk/compatible-products16

It would be great if we could get a list of stuff which does actually work for us mere mortals - am itching to get my hands on the HoneyWell Evohome integration, it is on the supported devices list, but not yet released (so the list isn’t really accurate).

Can we get an updated list of stuff which does actually work? This will help set the right expectations rather than users looking at this list, rubbing their hands with glee, struggling, getting frustrated and ultimately being disappointed.


(Dean Smith) #9

All I can say is…

This!