New SmartThings integration (2023)
@Sylvain-Boissé, did you ever get it working? Sorry for the late reply.
EDIT: Nevermind - I see in our chat that you got it working.
@pjthaut-gmail-co, I'm seeing that error too now. As soon as I tap "TRIGGERcmd" under My Testing Devices I see this error:
I didn't change anything, so I think the Samsung SmartThings system changed somehow.
I found that the TRIGGERcmd servers don't receive any request when I tap the "TRIGGERcmd".
I'll work on it and let you know what I find.
Re network error. It the SmartThings app version. 1.8.01.22 works. Previous versions available on apkpure fail to go into developer mode because of file permissions that can't be set. I've not tried 1.8.01.44 . Another Android device running the latest version now shows the devices.
Thanks you @pjthaut-gmail-co. I have SmartThings version 1.8.05.24 on my Samsung S20 phone and I get the error. I'll try some older versions. If that works for me too, I'll report this to Samsung SmartThings support.
EDIT: I also found that it works if I use version 1.8.01.22 of the SmartThings app.
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I got a reply from Samsung SmartThings:
Thank you for contacting SmartThings Developer Support.
We were able to reproduce the issue also in the 1.8.05.24, we will create a report as soon as we have updated I will inform you.
Cristian Dindinelli last edited by
@Russ nice, waiting for news
Need a little help. I'm setting up SmartThings integration with Triggercmd on a PC, and have proceeded thru step 16 (Display Name & Logo). However when I go to SAVE the project, I get a 403 error. Please let me know how to clear. Thanks.
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@gfh0229, I just clicked that Save button and it worked for me. Maybe they fixed it on their end, or maybe there's something in one of your data fields that it's rejecting. 403 is access denied, but their error also suggested, "There might be too much traffic or a configuration error."
Can you try it again now that you've waited a day?
Tiago Dias last edited by
@Russ I have that issue as well. Are they going to fix it soon? Thx
I don't have that problem. When I click SAVE, I see this:
Or, are you getting the "Couldn't add device A network or server error occurred.
Try again later" error? I'm still waiting to hear back from Samsung about that. I see it's still an issue in their latest version 1.8.06.23.
Cristian Dindinelli last edited by
@Russ seems like they solved it, the new testing devices problem.
@Cristian-Dindinelli, great. Thanks for confirming. Samsung emailed me saying they're rolling out a new version of their app that fixes the issue. Apparently that's done now.
I updated to SmartThings app version 1.8.07.23 and it's working for me now!