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homebridge-smartthings (Not Finding Nexia Thermostat) {Using SmartThings Hub and HOOBS but Nexia Thermostat Isn't showing Up on HomeKit}

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About Your Setup

  • How many devices are detected?: GE fan (Z-wave) and Nexia thermostat are being detected in SmartThings app (using SmartThings Hub) but only GE Fan is showing up on HomeKit app
  • Mobile App Version(Not required):
  • SmartApp Version: SMartThings App Version 1.6.57
  • Device Handler Version: Not sure what this is?
  • Homebridge Version: Homebridge v2 Version v2.3.3 Plugin v2.3.4
  • NodeJS Version: 12.19.0

Expected Behavior

I should be able to control thermostat from Homekit app

Current Behavior

**Without SmartThings Hub, only using HOOBS I was able to connect and control all Kasa light switches, myQ garage, Ring cameras and Ring alarm to HomeKit app. HOOBS doesn't have a Nexia nor Z-Wave certified plugin but they mentioned that I should get a SmartThings Hub to connect my Nexia Thermostat. My Nexia Thermostat is a hub that also connects the GE fan switch. When I purchased and connected the SmartThings Hub, I was also able to see and control the GE fan but not Nexia. I can control and see the Nexia thermostat on SmartThings app, just not Homekit. logs.txt **

Steps to Reproduce (for bugs)

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**I downloaded all the Nexia and Z-Wave plugins from HOOBS but nothing is working for my Nexia Thermostat. Providing context helps us come up with a solution that is most useful in the real world

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Without any help

Actually, I just went in to the SmartThings IDE, and interestingly enough, the device type here show as placeholder => thinking that may be the issue. Any idea what to set it to? There are quite a few thermostats to choose from 😆