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  • #16
    IOS is able to control individual outlets.
    Android is not. I am trying different scenes with no luck, as of yet
    Last edited by artie b; 02-14-2015, 08:26 AM.

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    • #17
      Two posters on the SH forum indicated that calling support will get you the latest device file for HL.
      Message from Forum Admin: stusviews passed away in April 2018. Stu was a huge fan of Insteon and a huge presence on both the Smarthome and Insteon forums, helping thousands of us along the way (he had nearly 20,000 posts to his name). We thank him for his contributions, dedication, and passion for making the Smart Home a reality. He will truly be missed.
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      • #18
        Originally posted by stusviews View Post
        Two posters on the SH forum indicated that calling support will get you the latest device file for HL.
        Here is the article for fixing unrecognized devices in Houselinc.

        http://support.insteon.com/customer/portal/articles/1872114-fixing-unrecognized-devices-in-houselinc

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        • #19
          The updated Device Driver, 2.9.83, sees the On/Off Outlet as a single device. It's correctly identified as 2663-222, v. CA
          Message from Forum Admin: stusviews passed away in April 2018. Stu was a huge fan of Insteon and a huge presence on both the Smarthome and Insteon forums, helping thousands of us along the way (he had nearly 20,000 posts to his name). We thank him for his contributions, dedication, and passion for making the Smart Home a reality. He will truly be missed.
          Saving energy is not always free. Be a world saver.

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