Some devices (all work with the same bridge) do not work with HomeKit, but work perfectly through their application. I thought the problem was the bridge, so I set it up again as new, but the problem was still there. While checking the Home app, I found that the HomePod mini, connected to the same Wi-Fi as the iPhone, did not display active timers because "HomePod and iPhone must remain on the same Wi-Fi network." The same goes for AppleTV because it was connected to another network. I'm not a Wi-Fi expert, so I'm not sure what I can do to fix this. Everything was going well, I didn't know what had changed
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