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johndeere

[SOLVED]Secure mode: incorrect commands in block scenes, inactive New Reaction icon, unable to add commands to keyfob

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Hi all,

i have just started to configure my keyfob to arm / disarm and other functions. The problems:

  • all New Reaction icons are inactive, I cannot click on them, nothing happens when I click
  • when I try to use block scenes, I can add the keyfob only when selecting _more_devices_
  • when I add it this way, incorrect commands appear in the green menu box: off, on, breached, change state....

I tried rebooting HC2, no change.

However setting keylock, adding sequence works, but nothing else.

 

Does anyone have any idea, please?

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FOUND THE SOLUTION:

Keyfob was added in secure mode!

I added another keyfob without secure mode, and the problems described dissapeared...

 

Now my question is: why does not work if added in secure mode?

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  • UPDATE: seems like in the new 4.532 beta version this problem dissapeared. Now I can add my keyfobs in secure mode and works fine.

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