Homematic bridge: name no longer used after homegear update

I recently updated homegear to 0.6.7-1545 on my Debian system. This caused a change in the name of the homematic bridge which caused a change in the IDs of all homematic things. In /etc/openhab2/things/homematic.things I have declared a single thing, my bridge: Bridge homematic:bridge:HMCFGUSB2 [ gatewayAddress=“x.x.x.x”]. Until the update all homematic devices had “HMCFGUSB2” in their IDs, for example: HG-HM-LC-Bl1PBU-FM:HMCFGUSB2:NEQ0050445

Now they have instead “ACF44174-4909-43C8-51B6-4151733F3CFC” in their IDs: HG-HM-LC-Bl1PBU-FM:ACF44174-4909-43C8-51B6-4151733F3CFC:NEQ0050445

How do I get back the name of the bridge? Because Paper UI now lists all devices with the new name in the inbox.

Maybe the following will work for you: some builds ago (I don’t remember the exact build number) openHAB changed the storage of all settings made in PaperUI from mapdb to JSON. You could edit the file org.eclipse.smarthome.core.thing.Thing.json that is stored in userdata/jsondb and try to replace the IDs.

Thank you for the information. I am running beta 4 which still uses mapdb and I don’t want to be too experimental and run the snapshop builds.