"Arriving" triggers every few hours. Update : I have spoken to the Wink support. All I got is a instructions to delete app access from hue than re-adding it. They could not offer any help regarding geolocation problem other than promising that it will get better or change how they do it in future version.
Love this service Nearly every issue I had with Wink has been ironed out and it works perfectly 99% of the time now. As a result I have been adding more products to my house and as I do I love it more and more. This is an affordable way to get a truly smart home.
GE's partner went out of business so the Link hubs won't get any updates. If your bulbs disconnect due to power surge you will not be able to reconnect bulbs making all your existing equipment useless until GE updates the SW. What a waste, called customer service and they said I can buy a new hub, WTF.
Link or wink Link will not dim with the echo. I have a wink also. Bought 2 link adapters as gifts and support is shady at best. What a joke. Out of 25 bulbs tested the a19 daylight will not connect. Wink says GE needs to update the link. Called GE and they said wink is supposed to update link. All i know is the box says GE link. So the 2 stars goes to wink. Epic fail product launch. Its only a light bulb. As of now i think i may go work with zwave controllers on open source. Wag the dog some more guys.
Hub Updates STILL Stink.. I always dread the hub updates, every time some hanging, rebooting etc. Until the hub finally decides it will play nice with new firmware/software. I wish this could finally be painless but the fault seems to be in sub-par electronics inside the hub, as Wink has dedicated techs yet companies with terrible techs but solid internals are much easier to work with on updates. I get the feeling the poor wink staff are having to work extra hard to figure out updates that play well with a subpar hub.
Getting pretty good. When I first got my wink, there were a few annoyances, but they have done a pretty great job lately of fixing things up. The local access (where it doesn't need to out to the cloud to turn on lights if you are home) has made it significantly snappier. I'd like to see two things. One, more zwave device compatibility, specifically watt meters for electric panels, and I'd love to see it work with some of the zwave arduino shields. The other thing would be a setting where you could delay the dhcp client or have it retry. Right now when we have a power outage, the wink comes up before the wifi controller reboots, and as such it doesn't get a dhcp address and gets stuck offline. It isn't practical tical for me to put a battery backup on it in its location.
Fixed crash when provisioning Rachio sprinklers
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