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  2. Hacking the 2.0 Hub.

    @Smitho LWL-3848 login: root Password: Login incorrect Tried that
  3. Yesterday
  4. My system has been working flawlessly since shortly after the v2 migration hiccup. Over the past couple of weeks I’ve noticed my rules that are set up to turn on ceiling fans when the thermostat hits 70 degrees or above are not working at all. I have notice the stat acting a bit odd within the iris app so I made the rules dependent upon my Halo Plus’ temperature reading and have the same failed results. Anyone else experiencing this issue or by chance found the fix? Thanks in advance.
  5. Hacking the 2.0 Hub.

    Looks like Poky/Yocto uses an empty password by default... but I'm sure you tried that already (of course, username being "root"). Unless you can guess it or somehow brute force it, linux accounts seem to be pretty hard to hack.
  6. Hacking the 2.0 Hub.

    Cool... looks like some form of embedded linux.
  7. What just happened???

    Haha... I think this actually happened in southeast NC yesterday. I'm pretty sure at lunch time it was about 75 degrees... when I got off work it felt like about 45.
  8. Logitech Harmony Smart Control and Alexa

    I have been using it for some time, long before, and since, Alexa integration. It is THE most used part of my home automation. We never use the included remote, or any remote for that matter. We use Alexa, Phone and Watch Apps in that order. "Alexa turn on Apple TV!"
  9. Ring Doorbell Products - FREE SHIPPING

    Hello!! Thanks for the info.
  10. Iris App Version 2.6.0

    Unless something has changed, I seem to remember Lowes saying they planned to start with local processing of security features, so I would imagine if and when this is activated, we won't see it for things like lighting and other automation tasks at first.
  11. What just happened???

    Maybe not hell but your house can.
  12. What just happened???

    I guess hell can freeze over....
  13. Last week
  14. Hacking the 2.0 Hub.

    If I can get past the login. I can add my own software to the hub like shane or bring texting back to the hub.
  15. Hub not updating?

    I figured that was the route this was going down. Thanks scunny for your replies. I will post an update after talking with support.
  16. Hub not updating?

    You're going to have to call support.
  17. Hub not updating?

    App shows the same firmware version
  18. Hub not updating?

    You mention version on the site, have you checked the version on the hub device page from the app?
  19. Hub not updating?

    I have received the emails regarding hub updates and check via the website after the expected install. The version on the site still shows as V2.1.0.013, which I believe is multiple versions old at this time. Hub is constantly online with no issues. Anyone have any thoughts? Version Iris V2.1.0.013
  20. Logitech Harmony Smart Control and Alexa

    I use it pretty much every night to turn on Netflix which turns on the receiver and TV, and sets the appropriate settings on each, then I also use it to turn it all off occasionally. I use the remote to move around and select things and mos of the time to turn it off as well. I also have one of my ceiling fans on it via IR but if I ask Alexa to turn that fan or light on when I'm watching TV the Harmony turns off the Entertainment center which I haven't found a great way to avoid with the limited power options they give.
  21. Hacking the 2.0 Hub.

    I'm ignorant of the impact of the discovery. If you can get past the password, what capabilities does that create?
  22. So I have some great news about the Iris Hub 2.0. I found out how to get serial output from the hub. What you need Arduino Uno and some jumpers 1.Jump reset to ground on the Uno 2.Ground pin 1 on the J1 (pin 1 is the box contact) 3.J1 Pin 4 to Uno Pin 0 4.J1 Pin 5 to Uno Pin 1 5.Plug in the Arduino to your computer and I use Putty on speed 115200 6.Plug in the hub and you will get this. U-Boot SPL 2013.10 (Jul 27 2015 - 13:27:27) reading args spl: error reading image args, err - -1 reading u-boot.img reading u-boot.img omap-sham 53100000.sham: initialization failed. omap_voltage_late_init: Voltage driver support not added INIT: version 2.88 booting Starting udev Sun Oct 15 05:43:06 UTC 2017 Setting up needed gpios… Done with gpio setup Setup buzzer pwm Done with pwm setup mfg: clean, 23/4096 files, 678/16368 blocks Manufacturing partition is clean phy[lan8710]: Disabling Auto-MDIX support libphy: PHY 4a101000.mdio:01 not found net eth0: phy 4a101000.mdio:01 not found on slave 1 Flash size: 1920991232 data: clean, 153/88176 files, 33672/352252 blocks Data partition is clean Current Timestamp: 20171015054306 kernel.panic = 3 kernel.panic_on_oops = 1 Starting ifplugd: eth0 Setting up 4G dongle support… Setting up Hub Agent… INIT: Entering runlevel: 5 Configuring network interfaces… done. Initializing Dropbear SSH server: dropbear. Starting syslogd/klogd: done Starting crond: OK Poky (Yocto Project Reference Distro) 2.1.2 LWL-3848 /dev/ttyO0 LWL-3848 login: irisagentd[566]: No agent debug configuration is present. irisagentd[566]: Starting hub agent… Login: I have not gotta passed the password yet but it is a start.
  23. Logitech Harmony Smart Control and Alexa

    I use the same hub but the elite remote. I used Alexa for a short time when they had 2 skills for Harmony. I have to get the remote for searching the guide anyway, so we pretty much abandoned using Alexa. It worked well when we did use it. Great for turning on all equipment to a specific activity, and when shutting everything off to leave the room. I absolutely love the Harmony lineup and have used their remotes for years.
  24. Is anyone out there using this Harmony Smart Control with Alexa and if so have you had any issues?
  25. Osram bulb experience?

    @pavalov I may not be posting a lot but I am keeping my eyes on a lot of stuff. There have been new commands pushed for the latest update and I will take a look and see what I can find out about a zigbee map.
  26. Well, looks like there's a new player in town. Looks like RING.com just released their RING PROTECT to the Home Security market. They say they will be Z-Wave compatible with other Z-Wave devices and that they only charge $10/mo or $100/yr for Alarm Monitoring. This will be very interesting to see how this all turns out for the market currently. As well as the lawsuit between Ring and ADT that from what I understand is just now waiting for a Judge's ruling on it all. I do have to say that that type of pricing includes Celluar as back-up as well built into their hub. So, wondering if this will drive down the market to compete. I do like it and only wish Cellphones could do the same. They make a Killing! http://www.ring.com/protect
  27. I think an alarm feature in a cam is a plus but manufacturers will really have to improve on this part. We have a Canary camera and the motion detection is quite sensitive too. It starts the alarm as soon as it picks up motion from our cat. jeez
  28. Camera Compatibility

    I know Piper NV is z wave compatible but i think it doesn't work with iris.
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