I'm trying to troubleshoot an issue with the latest Alexa App on IOS (2.2.235542.0) that randomly shows my Hubitat devices with the message "Server is unresponsive". When the message comes up you can not see the current state of the device. The devices still respond to voice commands.
Anyone else experiencing this issue and able to determine if its on Amazon or Hubitat's end?
OMG! I just fixed my issue. I changed the device driver from Generic Z-wave smart Dimmer to Generic Z-Wave Dimmer and it fixed my issue.
Even thought according to the release notes my Leviton Switch should be using the smart dimmer. It had been using that for a while so something must have changed on the driver.
I found this because I noticed the recently my switches weren't updating state on Sharp Tools, so I went into my devices and sure enough, they were showing off in HE but the they were on. Just at a dimmed level.
Switching to Generic Z-wave Dimmer fixed my issues too, as I realized my switches (Eaton Cooper) aren't Z-wave plus.
However, there is a strangeness with some Aeotec multi-color LED products. I have both the Multi-color LED Bulb 6 and the Multi-color LED strip lights. Both were previously using the Hank RGBW driver (because @mike.maxwell hadn't released the Aeotec-specific driver yet), but I changed them all to use the Aetoc driver concurrent with its release.
What I've found is that I had to switch the LED strip lights back to the Hank RGBW driver for Alexa to be able to get status when turning on/off.
I figured I'd have to do the same for the multi-color bulb as well (which was having the same issue). Well, when I switch the bulbs back to the Hank driver, they get status the first time I turn them on or off, but then subsequent times they turn off/on, but Alexa gives the 'not responding' message. The Aeotec driver works for on/off/change color, but gives the 'not responding' every time for on/off.
There is definitely something strange going on with these particular bulbs and their driver.