I am setting up the IOS app for the first time.
I am in the home network.
The app has found HA on my home network but the display is blank.
There is an error in the HA log: “…no devices exist”, file “known_devices.yaml” not found.
The IOS docs do not mention a " \known_devices.yaml" file so I assume this will be generated automaticly.
How to proceed now?
simple solution may be to just add a “known_devices.yaml” file to your config directory.
just a blank file may work
I added an empty known_devices.yaml file but the IOS app doesn’t show anything.
I am using the Mysensors component.
The Mysensors sensors put their data into a mysensors.json file.
Could it be that the IOS app is not reading the mysensors.json file and therefor my sensors don’t show up?
The IOS app finds my Home Assistant on the network but the display is complete empty!
I read the install instructions several times but still no idea what I am missing.
did you also set the ios app to use chrome.
From Settings> General Settings> Open links in Chrome (Turn this on)
Solved, newbie problem, I had to tap the "Found HA " to start the connection!
(No need for Chrome)
Graphs are not displayed on the app, correct?
Graph and history tab from ios app cannot display.