09-30-2018 05:32 PM - edited 09-30-2018 05:34 PM
Here's how I got my Wemo mini switches to work at home and at the cottage using HomeKit. Firstly, I disabled remote access on the Wemo application. Set up my switches at home and connected them to HomeKit (Home) (no need for the HomeKit hub if you are using the mini switch). Then I set up my switches at the cottage and connected them to HomeKit (cottage).
No matter where I am, I can control the switches via HomeKit. I have full remote access and all is good. The Wemo app itself works over wifi to control the switches when I am on the local network at home or at the cottage although I never use the app except for the initial setup. After that, everything runs through HomeKit.
Hope this helps! BTW, the implementation of the Wemo mini switches with HomeKit is rock solid. No problems whatsoever. These and the Koogeek switches are my favourites and I have tried quite a few of the smart switches and got lots of "not responding" errors over time. These ones, though, are totally reliable.
10-26-2018 10:14 AM
I found a less expensive solution by replicating the apps on the phone. Works really well for me.
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11-19-2018 08:01 AM
I have multipal houses that I want to use Wemo's in. However, until WEMO updates its app. (Simple Software fix that a programer could fix in less then an hour) Yes, I could use a backdoor into the programming and switch to a guest and accomplish it. ButI have to set up multipal guest.
So, with the current software, I can't plug in the other 5 WEMO's I have sitting in my office. This software flaw is not found in other vendor remote devices so I'm going with the other vendors if WEMO choses not to follow other vendors.
One example of another vendor is my local Public Utilites grounds people are able to turn on and off via cell phones and/or adjust the water sprinklers and exterior security lighting from their cell phones as they drive to different parks in the community they work in.
Bottomline: It's a simple App software fix!
I also understand this issue crosses all Brenklin remote access devices.
Folks, its time to take your business elsewere.
Brenklin is loosing market share plan and simple.