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Ability to use Tailwind when service is down

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    Scott Riesebosch

    Hi John,

    Yes this is being worked on currently and it is planned for release in 2021.

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  • Bart Lanni

    Nice , what a cool idea and bonus feature

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  • Erik Neu

    Curious, has this been released?

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  • Scott Riesebosch

    To our HomeKit beta testers, yes. To all users, no. This feature is part of our our firmware update that also included Apple's HomeKit, so they will be released together. That firmware is currently in testing at Apple's appointed laboratory. Once it passes all the tests we can get Apple to sign off and then we can release both Apple HomeKit AND local control for everyone. Both apps have already been updated (Android and iOS) to include this functionality, so now we just need the firmware to be certified for release to everyone.

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  • Bart Lanni

    Scott 

    Thank you for the update.

    I see that you are working on the HomeKit (Apple) and all is fine.

    Are there plans to also allow Android users the same ability to operate the door(s) when the system is down/offline? If so how will this work and what will be required on our end? (a hub of some sort)

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