The install button is grayed, how do I install something from the community app store?
In order to do a community app install you first need to have the community app store app on Homey. Thee are Windows/Mac/Linux installers here so you won’t need to learn the CLI method. Then you need to login to your Homey account here. (You may need to put the browser in Desktop mode). Then the install button is active and the store works pretty much the same as the original one.
How do I pair a device using this app?
Make sure you installed the real app for the device you want to add to Homey using unsecure inclusion. Then pick UnZ-Cure as the device you want to add to Homey. Use the pairing instructions that came with your device. Once the device is paired, it will show up as the real type, not as UnZ-cure because it is not a real z-wave driver, it just tweaks the pairing process.
What is the difference between using pin 00000 for inclusion and this app?
If your device asks for a pin, you can use pin 00000 to force unsecure inclusion and if that works then you do not need this app. Going the official way is always preferred. But not all devices ask for a pin. That is where this app comes in.
Do I need to keep this app when the device is paired?
You only need this app during the pairing process. Afterwares you can safely remove the app. But you may need it again for new devices, so my advice is to disable the app once you are done but keep it around for future use.
Will this app change anything of the origial app or cause conflicts?
This app only affects the pairing process. It does not chasnge the original app or its behavior in any way. The only thing that is different is that Homey told the device it does not support secure communication, so they both do not use it to talk to one another.
Can I safely update either Homey or the app for the device afterwards?
This app does not change anything other than the security level that was negotiated with the device. You can therefore safely update both Homey itself and the original device app. Once paired the security level is set for that device. The only way to change it is to unpair the device and pair it again. So you do not have to worry that updates will change the security level.
How do I set an association?
The usual scenario is to set an association in a button or remote to control a light. You will usually find association settings in the advanced options of any z-wave device. So open the advanced options for your buttons to find the association groups. The manual of your device will explain which group is used for what purpose. In the proper group, you will need to put the ID of the light you want to control. You can find the ID in the advanced options of the light or in the developer settings page of Homey.
If the light is a multichannel device (e.g. Fibaro uses multichannel), you will need to add a dot and a channel number after the id, so for channel 1 on device ID 23 you will need to put 23.1 in the association group of your choice.
When you save the advanced options, the device must be “awake”. Battery operated buttons usually are asleep. Refer to the manual of your device on how to wake it. If you save the options of a sleeping device, the associations may never be saved.