You can set up multiple hubs if you want. There is nothing that stops you from doing so. You can pair the same button to multiple hubs. The button will simply connect to the first hub that it can reach when pressed.
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RE: Totally misled in backing Flic Twist units!
@phiche the intention is that Matter would be the savior here, but the adoption of that protocol as well as the release of the Matter specification 1.0 have unfortunately been heavily delayed. Two years ago, we assumed most devices should have implemented Matter at the end of 2023.
It seems that Feit have in their plans to support Matter according to https://www.theverge.com/2022/8/5/23292476/lifx-smart-lighting-feit-electric-new-products. When they are done (and we too), the Twist should be able to control their lights.
Homekit for Flic Twist is unfortunately currently not an option for us to implement, since Homekit does not support rotational devices as input devices.
RE: Twist Volume Control not for Alexa?
@th-zuberer For the smoothest experience we suggest to use our LAN integrations which will deliver lowest latency such as Sonos.
You can however use Alexa as well using the Advanced Dimming or Scene Blender feature. See. In this case, an Alexa routine will be triggered once the twist is moved to a certain position.
We are working on making the positions more dense.
RE: Sonos 15.10 integration no longer working with flic hub
@av303 We found a bug in our hub firmware that occurred whenever the Sonos is updated due to the way it disconnects the flic hub. This should be fixed in our latest hub firmware 4.2.14.
RE: Flic Hub Mini SDK support
@balucanb The Hub mini has "mini" in its name for a reason. It has a significantly smaller footprint and a completely different software architecture which unfortunately means the hub sdk, as it is currently implemented, cannot run on the Hub mini. If you want to use our hub sdk, simply use the Hub LR instead.
However, it's not that we have abandoned the idea of having a hub sdk on the Hub mini as well (since it would be very cool), but that would require more or less a total rewrite of it and we have more urgent priorities right now (see https://community.flic.io/topic/18311/flic-twist-not-what-i-was-hoping-for).
RE: Twist not an IFTTT trigger option
@almightyyoshi Since there are so many different triggers with Twist, you should use IFTTT "tags". You create a tag in the IFTTT provider in the Flic app, when connected to the hub. When you add your IFTTT actions, specify the tag you want to use and save. You should then be able to see this tag on IFTTT's website when creating a recipe.
RE: Flic hub and Hue won't connect
The Philips Hue hub is discovered using mDNS on the local network.
Some debugging tips:
I guess you tried power cycle also the Philips Hue hub?
Try if the Hue hub can be found using our Android and iOS apps, without being connected to a Flic hub. That should help figure out if the problem is with the network connectivity on the Hue hub or the Flic hub.
You can for example use the app Service Browser https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.druk.servicebrowser to see if the Hue hub can be discovered on the network (look for _hue._tcp).