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Woodster wrote 10/11/2016 at 07:34 point

I'm not with the hardware the next few days, but will get you a light later. The frames change all the time (randomness )  but if you capture over time they will be repeated. Some of the data changes all the time - a frame ID I think that keeps incrementing. 

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jared wrote 10/12/2016 at 16:54 point

There is a new MiLight 3.0 app on the google store. I decompiled it.

Looks like the frames are (in decimal):

49 (constant)

PasswordByte[0]

PasswordByte[1]

remote_id

action (example: 3 is brightness, 2 is saturation, 5 is temperature)

action param

action param

action param

action param

something called "rain_remo" (set to 0 in the app).

I will commit the src to https://github.com/jared-jensen/milight-decompile

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Woodster wrote 10/12/2016 at 18:10 point

Saw it too, but it get translated in the hub . 

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jared wrote 10/12/2016 at 18:14 point

Which hub? I wouldn't use a hub -- just send the 9 bytes out over RF2.4 and see what happens. Unfortunately my package never arrived with my nRF24L01 module from Amazon has yet to arrive, so I can't test.

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Woodster wrote 10/12/2016 at 18:18 point

That won't work. The frames captured by RF shows the protocol is different, and this is what the bulbs receive. The hub/gateway is a new product coming soon. According to the rumours . 

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Woodster wrote 10/06/2016 at 17:39 point

Hi Jared, I am still working on it. Got a bit further, but still missing something. Not much help from futlight / milight . 

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jared wrote 10/10/2016 at 14:32 point

Hi, can you send me the byte sequence for "all on" and "all off" ? 

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jared wrote 10/10/2016 at 22:58 point

i wrote a script to try and figure out if they may be using the same type of "encryption" that the bluetooth bulbs were using -- no luck yet. I am getting a little confused from the posts on the forum you sent me -- sometimes the first byte changes and then in other posts you say they stay the same. Not sure what to be looking at!! :)

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jared wrote 10/06/2016 at 17:34 point

Hey there, I'm wondering if you got anywhere with reverse engineering the new Milight bulbs?

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