I have the August integration installed in my Home Assistant to control two Yale Doorman automatic door locks. It works great but since a recent update HASS also finds the locks using the Yale Access Bluetooth integration.
When configuring the automatic discovered devices using the Yale Access Bluetooth integration you need to input the locks 32-byte hex string. In the documentation it states that this can be found in the iOS or Android Yale or August Access app. However, this requires root access on Android which I do not have on my Pixel 4a. The other alternative is using the August integration because it
will automatically provision the offline key if the configured account has the key loaded. You may need to create or use a non-primary existing account with owner-level access to the lock, as not all accounts will have the key loaded.
I do not understand where the 32-byte hex string is found in the August integration? I have used the option to downloaded diagnostics but in the config_entry-august-XXX.json.txt file downloaded it states
Where can I find the 32-byte hex string in the August integration?