Hey all! Dredging up dead topics but yesterday I tried to turn on a device and I was told "there are multiple devices with that name" there aren't so I am at a total loss? Anyone have any ideas? I didn't change anything? I guess I need to delete all the devices and re-discover? Don't know how to delete them in bulk if possible....
Ok so there ARE two of every device in there now . I don't know 1. How it happened or 2. How it is possible? I guess amazon isn't smart enough to weed out the identical copies? Maybe one of the kids did a rediscovery but still seems like they shouldn't duplicate? Now I just need to figure out a bulk way to wipe them out.
Don't know if anyone is still on here using this? In the past two days for some reason - my Alexa is saying it can't communicate with any of my devices. I have removed all, discovered - 2 times now - and still doesn't work. Also I rebooted my haiku helper server. I can reach the HA Bridge site and control devices so there is some broken connection between the Alex / Service and my HA Bridge server...
Unrelated to the HAI bridge here have been tinkering with HUE emulation on my Espurna / Tasmota firmware updated WiFi devices and noticed a few weeks back that I am seeing two of each device. I have something about changes in the undocumented Amazon Alexa apps.
I went to the github for the HA-Bridge and people said that it is a known issue with Amazon somehow. I had to change the port to 80 but in order to work with Haiku Helper I had to move my apache page to a different port. A little juggling but for now things work.
I had repeating devices - deleted them and re-added and have been lucky ever since.
Yes here using the Home Assistant HUE emulation / bridge and MQTT and the OmniLinkBridge and testing OmniPro 2 Alexa TTS for the OmniPro 2 panel which works well. (also now off I was using the Smartthings Alexa connection to the OmniPro 2 panel).
Doing the automation in Ubuntu Linux (running HS3, HA, Mosquitto server, Node Red) on a very tiny Intel box (a TV Box) on a 64Gb eMMC, Gb, Wireless and Bluetooth. (~10 watts).
Unrelated here have switched off Windows now for any automation. I still have a Windows 2016 server running for some Windows tools.