I got this message this morning and I’m not sure where to go with it. I have a routine at night that locks all my doors, turns on the outside lights and turns off other lights around the house that generated this message.
I assume this is from an update to the hub, but I have no idea why it would ever generate a message like this.
- If Alexa does not support a device then let it fail to run the command when I ask it to, not when I schedule a routine (through the hub).
- The command was to LOCK the device, which is actually fully supported by Alexa.
- I did not pair this device with Alexa. I understand the routine (if Alexa supports them now) is paired, but that’s a developer issue not an end-user issue. You should be able to see what devices are paired, what ones are not, and when a routine is executed, skip the unpaired device actions.
I understand this change is supposed to be for my protection, but it was poorly implemented.
How do I roll back my hub to fix this issue because it was working just fine before.