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How to Install Zooz Edge Drivers via the Zooz Edge Driver Channel

All the Zooz drivers are available via the Zooz Channel Invitation Link.

You may access more driver information on the SmartThings Community forum. I have also provided tne following instructions for installing Zooz Edge crivers:

  • Go to the Zooz Edge Driver Channel 2.7k and log in with your Samsung SmartThings account.

  • Enroll your hub

  • Click “Available Drivers” (If you still see the “Enroll” button then try clicking it again and if that doesn’t work load the page using the original invitation link again)

  • Click the “Install” button next to the Driver you want to install.

  • Wait a few minutes

  • Go back to the SmartThings App and exclude your Zooz device. If you are unsure of the process necessary to exclude your Z-Wave device you can search for your device on the “Catalog of Certified Z-Wave Products” and download the appropriate device manual for exclusion instructions.

  • After you delete the Zooz device you must then use the SmartThings Z-Wave Exclusion utility to exclude your Zooz device from your ST Hub. To exclude the device, go into the exclusion utility and begin the exclusion process. (Learn more about how to use the Z-Wave Exclusion process in the SmartThings App).

  • Once exclusion starts, click the Z-Wave exclusion button on the device to complete Zooz device exclusion.

  • If exclusion is unsuccessful, try the exclusion process once more. It is possible that the commands were not executed the first time.

  • After the deletion and exclusion of your Zooz device, you may now delete any Zooz related Custom Device Handler from your Groovy IDE. If installed, the Custom Device Handler can be found under "My Device Handlers" in your Samsung SmartThings Account.

  • With the deletion of the Zooz Custom Device Handler, you may now may attempt to join the device (Uninstall and Reinstall via the SmartThings App

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