It is approved now, so it should show up in the market place if you have that loaded.
NB, keep in mind you need a very recent OH2 setup (I think build 950 or later) as it uses a recent feature from smarthome.
Note the specific procedure to get the token (if you did not retrieve that before)
- Reset the vacuum (no worry, your usage settings remain). This will disconnect it from the normal wifi network.
- Connect to it’s wifi hotspot
- Run openhab discovery. NB, this needs to be done from the laptop that is connected to the vacuum wifi, not from your normal network.
- Openhab should discover the vacuum including the token.
- Once openhab has the token, you can link the vacuum back to the normal network with the MiHome app.
- Once it is connected back to the normal network, run discovery once more. This will update the IP address to the new IP address of the vacuum.
I recommend to save your token, so you don’t need to repeat this procedure each time you pull an updated version of the binding.
Each time you reset your vacuum, the token is changing, hence this procedure needs to be repeated.
Alternative ways to get the token:
- Same procedure, but using the pymirobo application.
- Gain root access on your phone, and and open the database from the mihome application. The token is visible in the database