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Re: Samsung Smart Home Plugin
« Reply #15 on: July 11, 2016, 02:32:36 am »
Hi sivaprasath,

You're welcome. I'm sorry I couldn't do more for you.

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Re: Samsung Smart Home Plugin
« Reply #16 on: November 16, 2016, 03:17:02 am »
I know it has been a while. i have not had the chance to test this out until now...

but i finally managed to get my washer and dryer to pair with samsung smart home. and it work properly through the app for my phone..

I am not sure how this plugin adds the devices. I am guess it is automatic since there is no such option to do so. I get no errors that i am aware of from the plugin when i enter my username and password. i am guessing for some reason it is unable to locate my devices or as the other person found out that the smart home plugin doesn't support the smart home device.

but I have the 1st generation 8" LCD touch screen washer and dryer, washer model number is 6002b4183cd0 and the dryer is 6002b404f37b

i wouldn't be shocked if they aren't supported, Samsung own washer dryer app doesn't even run on their devices. and this rendered this feature useless to me for a long time. and they lack of documentation and any indicators when connecting caused all sorts of issues. they should state put your device down and come back in 10 minutes and it might be done adding the device... and the washer and dryer would state that it connected properly and the app would sit there for another 5 minutes not showing or doing anything. leading you to believe the app locked up. and there is no support on this process at all. and forget calling them. may as well go and talk to a tree

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Re: Samsung Smart Home Plugin
« Reply #17 on: November 15, 2017, 12:59:43 pm »
I know it has been a long while since anyone posted anything in here.

I am not sure if the previous person that was helping out in here still works for MIOS, I was unable to locate that persons e-mail address through this forum Nor are they listed in the company directory. I do not know who is maintaining this from here.

Vera 3
UI7 7.0.23 (1.7.98)
Samsung Samsung Touch Screen LCD Front-Load Washer WF457ARGSGR/A2
Samsung Samsung Touch Screen LCD Dryer DV457EVGSGR/A1 & AA

The Samsung devices are as listed in the add devices panel of the Vera UI. I am not sure if this is by chance or if it is data that has been acquired but those are the exact model numbers of the machines I own.

But this is what is happening. I add the devices. it does it's whole thing with the login and installing the plugin.. then nothing. I get no device to be able to control it. a dummy devices shows up in the plugins section. And I get no errors. The Samsung Smart Home plugin does not get installed. just the dummy devices. I have installed the plugin manually and then added the devices. upon doing that it tells me that a duplicate of the plugin is going to be installed. but then it doesn't install a second one.

I am not sure what I am doing wrong here. If I could get some assistance that would be appreciated.

Thanks
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Re: Samsung Smart Home Plugin
« Reply #18 on: November 27, 2017, 10:58:46 am »
Hello,

We updated the Samsung Smart Home (BETA) plugin to version 0.73.

No need for dummy devices.

You can uninstall all Samsung related plugins, and install only the main Samsung Smart Home (BETA) plugin. It should automatically install every device present in your samsung cloud.

You can contact me in regards to this plugin, and i will further assist you.

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Re: Samsung Smart Home Plugin
« Reply #19 on: November 28, 2017, 01:39:50 am »
I am running on version 0.73 of the plugin.

Here is exactly what I am doing.

I have remove the plugin.

I am clicking on the Devices tab in the left nav bar.
Then I click on add device and a list of available device categories is displayed.
I expand the Appliance category.
I select one of the 2 above mentioned devices. which are displayed in the list with my specific model numbers.
A page appears explaining that I need to have the appliance connected to  the Samsung Smart Home App. (which it is).
I then click on the install button.
After a small wait it prompts me for my username and password.
After entering the username and password the Samsung Smart Appliance plugin has been installed.

After that I am not sure what I need to do next. There is no dryer device to be found.

I have done the same steps for my washing machine as well with the same results.

Please advise.

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Re: Samsung Smart Home Plugin
« Reply #20 on: November 28, 2017, 04:41:12 am »
I replicated your environment and possibly found the issue ( it will be addressed as soon as possible ).

To confirm, please go to Samsung Smart Home device created on the Vera Interface, go to Configure tab and confirm the login credentials are there.

Please try re-saving the credentials.

It seems it reloads faster than it sets the values.

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Re: Samsung Smart Home Plugin
« Reply #21 on: November 30, 2017, 10:43:48 am »
they are not there i will enter them now and report back.

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Re: Samsung Smart Home Plugin
« Reply #22 on: November 30, 2017, 11:07:49 am »
I added the credentials. it updated everything it needed to. and still no devices.


I got this form the luaupnp log.

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50 11/30/17 9:20:16.109 luup_log:0: wash: Washer | V ###########samsungappliancedevicelist################# <0x2b8bc680>
50 11/30/17 9:20:16.110 luup_log:0: wash: Washer | V  <0x2b8bc680>
50 11/30/17 9:20:16.110 luup_log:0: wash: Washer | V Washer <0x2b8bc680>
50 11/30/17 9:20:16.111 luup_log:0: ENTRY: Washer exists <0x2b8bc680>
50 11/30/17 9:20:16.111 luup_log:0: wash: Washer | V  <0x2b8bc680>
50 11/30/17 9:20:16.112 luup_log:0: wash: Washer | V Dryer <0x2b8bc680>
50 11/30/17 9:20:16.113 luup_log:0: I [ 1]: ########### samsung appliance device list ################# <0x2b8bc680>
50 11/30/17 9:20:16.113 luup_log:0: I [ 2]:  <0x2b8bc680>
50 11/30/17 9:20:16.114 luup_log:0: I [ 3]: Washer <0x2b8bc680>
50 11/30/17 9:20:16.115 luup_log:0: I [ 4]:  <0x2b8bc680>
50 11/30/17 9:20:16.115 luup_log:0: I [ 5]: Dryer <0x2b8bc680>
50 11/30/17 9:20:16.116 luup_log:0: ======================= END SAMSUNG DUMMY PLUGIN ================== <0x2b8bc680>
50 11/30/17 9:20:18.265 luup_log:3: WUIWeather: #3 starting up with id  <0x2b8bc680>
50 11/30/17 9:20:18.278 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(Startup) : Initiating <0x2b8bc680>

I do recall you saying there are no more dummy plugins for the Samsung appliances but low and behold I am guessing there is. But you can see it has located both the washing machine and the dryer. but it does not install any devices for them.

If there is anything else you need me to do I am more then willing to help with this as to date the Vera is the only thing (that is of reasonable cost) that might have a chance at controlling these things outside of the Samsung Application. I would like to tie these items into my home automation project. I do own a 3 story home and cannot always hear the song it plays when it is done. It would be nice to be able to have it throw up an OSD on my TV's or even shut the machines off automatically in the event everyone leaves the house.
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Re: Samsung Smart Home Plugin
« Reply #23 on: November 30, 2017, 11:31:45 am »
the other thing is even tho the log states it has found them. the samsung_appliances.txt file is empty. from a quick glance at the dummy plugin files it seems as tho it should be writing them to the file. and it is not. I am not sure if this may be where the problem is.

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Re: Samsung Smart Home Plugin
« Reply #24 on: November 30, 2017, 11:45:01 am »
The dummy plugins are legacy now, we haven't cleaned them yet. But it should not interfere with the main plugin.

I attached a photo with the DebugMode variable which can be find in the Advanced - > Variables tab of the main device. Set it to 1, reload engine, and you should get more logs from the main device.

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Re: Samsung Smart Home Plugin
« Reply #25 on: November 30, 2017, 12:07:58 pm »
Here is that debugging log.

I have ***'d out any user id's and token information. Just so you know

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50 11/30/17 9:55:08.105 luup_log:0: ======================= wash SAMSUNG DUMMY PLUGIN ================== <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:08.114 luup_log:0: STARTING UP PLUGIN TEST <0x2ba18680>
06 11/30/17 9:55:08.105 Device_Variable::m_szValue_set device: 1 service: urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:ZWaveNetwork1 variable: NetStatusID was: 5 now: 1 #hooks: 0 upnp: 0 skip: 0 v:0xb64e50/NONE duplicate:0 <0x2b818680>
06 11/30/17 9:55:08.116 Device_Variable::m_szValue_set device: 1 service: urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:ZWaveNetwork1 variable: NetStatusText was: Configuring Z-Wave devices in your system. now: OK #hooks: 0 upnp: 0 skip: 0 v:0xb70188/NONE duplicate:0 <0x2b818680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:08.118 luup_log:0: wash: Washer | V ###########samsungappliancedevicelist################# <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:08.119 luup_log:0: wash: Washer | V  <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:08.119 luup_log:0: wash: Washer | V Washer <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:08.120 luup_log:0: ENTRY: Washer exists <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:08.120 luup_log:0: wash: Washer | V  <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:08.121 luup_log:0: wash: Washer | V Dryer <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:08.122 luup_log:0: I [ 1]: ########### samsung appliance device list ################# <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:08.123 luup_log:0: I [ 2]:  <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:08.123 luup_log:0: I [ 3]: Washer <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:08.124 luup_log:0: I [ 4]:  <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:08.124 luup_log:0: I [ 5]: Dryer <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:08.125 luup_log:0: ======================= END SAMSUNG DUMMY PLUGIN ================== <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:09.325 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(Startup) : Initiating <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:09.938 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(getInfos): Debug mode enabled. <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:09.939 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(getInfos): POLLING_RATE = 3 <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:10.013 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(getInfos): temperature scale is  = f <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:10.014 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(getInfos): credentials = [*************|**********] <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:10.256 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(getInfos): language file loaded after decompress <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:10.257 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(getInfos): Device Server is : api2.cspserver.net/bridge <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:10.258 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(getInfos): Channel key is : ******************** <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:10.258 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(checkPackageVersion): Verifying...  <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:11.027 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(checkPackageVersion): Packages OK! <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:11.070 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(Init): netConn = 0 <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:11.070 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(CheckInitialStatus) : Checking initial status ... <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:11.071 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(validateToken): Validating token ... <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:11.072 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(httpSRequest): URL = https://us-auth2.samsungosp.com/v2/license/security/authorizeToken?authToken=*******************<0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:11.072 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(httpSRequest): requestType = GET <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:11.073 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(httpSRequest): headers[x-osp-appId]=[ngj334y44n] <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:11.074 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(httpSRequest): headers[authorization]=[Basic **************************] <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:11.074 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(httpSRequest): data =  <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:11.541 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(validateToken): Valid TOKEN! <0x2ba18680>
06 11/30/17 9:55:11.542 Device_Variable::m_szValue_set device: 28 service: urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:SamsungAppliances1 variable: AUTHORIZED was: true now: true #hooks: 0 upnp: 0 skip: 0 v:(nil)/NONE duplicate:1 <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:11.542 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(Init): initialStatus = 1 <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:11.582 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(getAppliances): Getting devices ... <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:11.583 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(httpSRequest): URL = https://api2.cspserver.net/bridge/api/devices <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:11.583 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(httpSRequest): requestType = GET <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:11.584 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(httpSRequest): headers[x-csp-channel-key]=[**************************] <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:11.585 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(httpSRequest): headers[x-csp-appId]=[ngj334y44n] <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:11.585 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(httpSRequest): headers[authorization]=[Bearer ********************] <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:11.586 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(httpSRequest): headers[x-csp-userId]=[*************] <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:11.586 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(httpSRequest): data =  <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:12.538 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(getAppliances): response = [{"Devices":[]}] <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:12.539 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(getAppliances): No Appliances found! <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:12.539 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(pollDevices): No Appliances found! <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:12.540 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(getChildDevices) : Get childs ... <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:12.541 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(updateRACDevices) : Updating RACs <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:12.542 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(updateFACDevices) : Updating FACs <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:12.542 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(updateRVCDevices) : Updating RVCs <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:12.543 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(updateREFDevices) : Updating REFs <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:12.543 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(updateWASDevices) : Updating WASs <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:12.544 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(updateOVNDevices) : Updating OVNs <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:12.545 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(updateAIPDevices) : Updating AIPs <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:12.555 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(updateDRYDevices) : Updating DRYs <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:12.556 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(updateWASDevices) : Updating DSWs <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:12.558 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(Init): eventServer = [vera-us-oem-event12.mios.com] <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:12.559 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(Init): eventServerAlt = [vera-us-oem-event11.mios.com] <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:12.560 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(subscribeForNotifications): subscription json = [{ "Subscriptions": [  ] }] <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:13.484 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(subscribeForNotifications): Failed to subscribed to Samsung notification service! <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:13.485 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(Init): Notifications subscription to Samsung, failed, no need to subscribe to MMS <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:13.486 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(Init): Startup OK! <0x2ba18680>
03 11/30/17 9:55:13.488 JobHandler_LuaUPnP::m_bReloadCriticalOnly_set now 1 <0x2ba18680>
03 11/30/17 9:55:13.489 JobHandler_LuaUPnP::m_bReloadCriticalOnly_set now 0 <0x2ba18680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:15.177 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(getAppliances): Getting devices ... <0x2c818680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:15.178 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(httpSRequest): URL = https://api2.cspserver.net/bridge/api/devices <0x2c818680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:15.179 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(httpSRequest): requestType = GET <0x2c818680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:15.179 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(httpSRequest): headers[x-csp-channel-key]=[****************************] <0x2c818680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:15.180 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(httpSRequest): headers[x-csp-appId]=[ngj334y44n] <0x2c818680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:15.180 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(httpSRequest): headers[authorization]=[Bearer **********************] <0x2c818680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:15.181 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(httpSRequest): headers[x-csp-userId]=[jrqg2zskzv] <0x2c818680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:15.182 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(httpSRequest): data =  <0x2c818680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:16.078 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(getAppliances): response = [{"Devices":[]}] <0x2c818680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:16.079 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(getAppliances): No Appliances found! <0x2c818680>
50 11/30/17 9:55:16.079 luup_log:28: (Samsung Appliances)::(pollDevices): No Appliances found! <0x2c818680>

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Re: Samsung Smart Home Plugin
« Reply #26 on: November 30, 2017, 12:13:19 pm »
Ah, i see. Yes, i totally understand you changing sensitive info. Don't worry about it.

In my previous screenshot there was a "UseLive" variable. Can you check if it is set to 1 ? Reload the engine after setting it to 1.

I see the server where it gets the information is the sandbox.

Nevermind. It seems it doesn't get any device from samsung API.
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Re: Samsung Smart Home Plugin
« Reply #27 on: November 30, 2017, 12:13:50 pm »
in one spot it appears as tho they are found and in another it states there are none found. If the dummy files are not needed are they causing the additional log entries???

Also I am almost sure those files were not there after i removed the plugin and are there after it reinstalled.

and is it coincidence that there are only 2 of them. and the 2 files happen to be for a washing machine and a dryer. the only 2 devices I happen to have on my account?...    something is seeing the appliances and grabbing/building these 2 files. even if they are no longer used.

the 2 files i am referring to are

plugin_dummy_dry.lua.lzo
plugin_dummy_wash.lua.lzo

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Re: Samsung Smart Home Plugin
« Reply #28 on: November 30, 2017, 12:15:39 pm »
and UseLive live is set to 1


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Re: Samsung Smart Home Plugin
« Reply #29 on: November 30, 2017, 12:24:01 pm »
Here are all the variables and values for the device and their related service. again i **'d out any sensitive information

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urn:micasaverde-com:deviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     device_file = D_SamsungAppliances1.xml
urn:micasaverde-com:deviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     local_udn = uuid:4d494342-5342-5645-001c-000001c9dcab
urn:micasaverde-com:deviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     category_num = 27
urn:micasaverde-com:deviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     impl_file = I_SamsungAppliances1.xml
urn:micasaverde-com:deviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     device_json = D_SamsungAppliances1.json
urn:micasaverde-com:deviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     altid =
urn:micasaverde-com:deviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     disabled = 0
urn:micasaverde-com:deviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     id_parent = 0
urn:micasaverde-com:deviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     model =
urn:micasaverde-com:deviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     time_created = 1511851001
urn:micasaverde-com:deviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     name = Samsung Smart Home
urn:micasaverde-com:deviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     username = *******
urn:micasaverde-com:deviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     embedded = 0
urn:micasaverde-com:deviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     plugin = 8576
urn:micasaverde-com:deviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     password = ******
urn:micasaverde-com:deviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     id = 28
urn:micasaverde-com:deviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     room = 0
urn:micasaverde-com:deviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     ControlURLs = {u'service_14': {u'ControlURL': u'/upnp/control/dev_14', u'serviceType': u'urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:SwitchPower:1', u'EventURL': u'/upnp/event/dev_14', u'service': u'urn:upnp-org:serviceId:SwitchPower1'}, u'service_13': {u'ControlURL': u'/upnp/control/dev_13', u'serviceType': u'urn:schemas-micasaverde-com:service:SamsungAppliances:1', u'EventURL': u'/upnp/event/dev_13', u'service': u'urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:SamsungAppliances1'}}
urn:micasaverde-com:deviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     device_type = urn:schemas-micasaverde-com:device:SamsungAppliances:1
urn:micasaverde-com:deviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     ip =
urn:micasaverde-com:deviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     mac =
urn:micasaverde-com:deviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     manufacturer =
urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     apiServer = us-auth2.samsungosp.com
urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     AUTHORIZED = true
urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     AlarmCode = None
urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     userId = ********
urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     DebugMode = 1
urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     ModeTarget = None
urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     WindLevel = None
urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     CurrentTemperature = None
urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     RapidFridge = None
urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     UseLive = 1
urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     POLLING_RATE = 3
urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     ModeStatus = None
urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     TOKEN_EXPIRE = 86400
urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     AUTHORIZATION_CODE = {"code":"*******","code_expires_in":300,"scope":"3RD_PARTY","client_id":"*******","api_server_url":"us-auth2.samsungosp.com","auth_server_url":"us-auth2.samsungosp.com","close":"true","closedAction":"signInSuccess"}
urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     REFRESH_TOKEN_EXPIERE = 7776000
urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     TOKEN = **********
urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     RapidFreezing = None
urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     OperationStatus = None
urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     CurrentSetpoint = None
urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     authServer = us-auth2.samsungosp.com
urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     REFRESH_TOKEN = ********
urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:SamsungAppliances1    -     TargetSetPoint = None
urn:upnp-org:serviceId:SwitchPower1    -     Status = None
urn:upnp-org:serviceId:SwitchPower1    -     Target = None