I know I should not update on the first day, but I could not resist and did the HomePod/AppleTV 16.3 update right after it was released.
I’m using openHab 3.4.1 which restored functionality after I did the “new architecture” update of 16.2, but now I’m in the same situation again:
After several seconds of “Aktualisieren” (“updating”? I do not know how this is labeled in english), I get “Keine Antwort” (“no response”).
I tried restarting all AppleTVs and homePods, restarted the homekit bundle, but no success.
it looks like another nice fix from Apple.
it is not clear from the log what exactly happening but for some reason openHAB cannot find the pairing information anymore
see last raw:
Unknown user: 805F739A-9902-41EA-815C-45B77AD8F0C6
maybe new update has requested to deleted or maybe the user (device id) has changed.
the pairing information is stored in homekit.json
could you please check
whether you have an user entry in your homekit.json (in my setup it is under “/var/lib/openhab/jsondb/homekit.json” )
whether you have an entry for the user above in the homekit.json backups (e.g. search for AD9F0C5 in /var/lib/openhab/jsondb/backup)
@ccutrer any ideas how to troubleshoot this better?
Heh, it’s partially selfish. Ever since updating to the new architecture in 16.2, it’s almost impossible for me to update anything in the Home app, like renaming an accessory or changing its icon. I’ve been obsessively updating to betas in hopes that they’ve fixed that ;).
So to understand correctly @ccutrer:
You’re in the same boat as me, iOS/tvOS/audioOS 16.3 with previously enabled “new architecture”, but your setup is working?
Then I should probably try to re-pair my Apple devices with openHAB…