Globes can ONLY be assigned to one controller at a time, now obviously the Hue Hub is a controller, as well as Homey, but so is the living colors remote. So no you cant use both at the moment.
Now it’s funny you should mention this, because I actually have 5 of these remotes floating around, and they are damn good remotes.
I was considering looking into adding them as independent zigbee devices into Homey, but I would imagine it would be a large under taking, that may never work as they use LighLink protocol.
Your best bet is to actually contact the developer of the Hue Zigbee app and ask whether they would consider adding it. Once you can add it to Homey as a device, you could use the remote to control what ever you would like …
I have also a living color remote (I think gen2) that I want to add to homey true the hue zigbee app, but it doesnt work. So now I have 3 hue bulbs en 3 living colors remote that I can’t connect true homey because 1 lamp only connect true 1 remote. I have readed ababout the iConnecthue, but this is only for iphone/ipad and not for android. Guess what i have got…
So if there is any other option to connect my living color remote with the hue color bulb true homey, I would like to know ! This is the remote: DSC04641_preview_featured|628x472
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Hi there, I was wondering how did this end.
I managed to connect the gen2 colors lamp. I used the instruction linked in the thread above (download the iConnectHue app, use that app to bring the Hue colors in the “connect” mode. Now Homey recognizes it and can control it.
I did not connect the remote to hue (did not have the need)
BUT you can connect multiple remotes to the Hue colors (homey& the colors remote), so now I can control the Hue colors via homey and via the remote