I am not aware of any platform issues going on this morning. Did you power cycle the Hub, the individual devices, or all of the above? The Hue bulb is a bit of a canary for me… to confirm - it is connected to the Hue Bridge (rather than directly paired to a SmartThings Hub)? If so, I would be leaning towards an interference issue, rather than a Zigbee network issue.
(Jason "The Enabler" as deemed so by @Smart)
I power cycled the devices. A quick power of and on brought them back.
I forgot to mention, one of the devices was my osram garden spots, only one set of three acting up.
I took the hub down this morning for 20 minutes, it seems to be better, but I think I might be running into an issue with the orbit water valve. It’s in a kind of dead spot in my system. I’m going to move a zigbee repeater closer to it and rebuild the mesh. I’ll do that tonight.
Yes, the Phillips bulb is connected directly to the Phillips bridge.
I had 2 of my Blooms ( connected to Hue hub ) go haywire again last night. They worked fine through Alexa ( direct Alexa hue integration ,not through ST) , with Harmony remote and Hue app. In ST they showed as " turning on" or " turning off" in the app and would just flash repeatedly . Looking at the logs it showed color coordinator app sent off command about 50 time in 1 minute. I can ass-u-me that was because control light is not reporting proper state ( stuck on " turning on" ) so app is trying to make the " slave lights" match its state.
One of my Hue Lightstrips ( again on Hue hub) has needed a power cycle twice this weekend. the Iris PIR that controls that strip chewed up a brand new Duracell battery in less than a week. Commands through Alexa would get " Okay" but nothing happens. Other Lightstrip would get " the device is not responding ,please check its network connection" but turn on/off as expected.
As I was typing this I tried to turn on Blooms with ST app and both show as " turning on" when I opened app and did nothing. Opened Hue app and turning on ST " slave " light it immediately turned back off, turning on the control light it turned on, then I could go back and turn on the slave. I grabbed Harmony remote and while slow, they did turn on.
Definitely something screwy again with ST & Hue. I even tried removing Hue Connect app from ST and got the ever delightful " an unexpected error has occurred" banner when I confirmed delete. Reported to support, lets see if they reply before it " fixes itself". Last time this happened a couple weeks ago things went back to " normal" after a couple days, before I got a reply.
I just ran into this issue a couple days ago with my Hue Bloom. Apparently its been going on for some time causing my wife to unplug it (its a light in our girls room) because it wouldnt go off at its scheduled time.
Come to find out it wasnt responding to any commands via ST (CoRE controlled).
I thought I read somewhere that ST was updated to allow you to remove a device from ST without having to remove the apps from the device beforehand…that wasnt the case for me. I had to remove them all then remove the device.
Nevertheless, its been removed but now I cant re-add it to ST. Frustration level rising.