I started with the simpelest step first. I replaced the power adapter with 2,4A one. That solved the off-line thing.
Now I only keep getting the ‘Object’ error. Everything functions normal, as far as can see.
It happens with any of the items under ‘Tools’.
Oh, and the off-line error is back again. Half a minute later or so, it’s back on-line.
The one below is comming up again too but I cannot find anything not working.
I will check the wifi settings, though I have not changed anything recently.
I didn’t add any devices recently so I will do the factory reset I think. I have the daily back-up thing from Athom. Does that mean I will not have to add all devices and flows? Will they all be installed again automatically?
I made a little mistake, you don’t have to do a factory reset prior to a full software download.
That shouldn’t affect anything of your devices, flows etc.
If that doesn’t help, you need to restore a backup when you’re going to perform a factory reset.
Almost everything is getting restored, apart from community store apps, apps you installed via CLI, and probably apps which aren’t available in the app store any longer.
This problem seems to remain unaddressed. I have tried most of the very reasonable suggestions above (permanent ip, separated 2.4/5ghz and alternative power adapter). The latter especially fixed a lot of stability issues so thanks for stressing this across posts in the forums, but it did not fix the issue discussed in this thread. This bug particularly seems to appear when I enter the z-wave network under developer tools and switch over to zigbee and quickly interchange between the two. May it be related to how homey deals (or not deals) with sleeping battery-based z-wave units? My zigbee net is large, but stable, and the z-wave one is rather small and consists of mainly router units (Fibaro plugs), but also three Fibaro battery-based sensors which regularly ‘sleep’. Hope Athom could prioritize this as it will also carry over to the new homey if left unattended. I do not have a Netgear router, but a Linksys 1900 ACS.