Somehow I messed up HomeKit and I think I’m going to have to do it and start over. I decided to play with an old iPhone 5, so I connected it to my iCloud account, found out it was still on iOS 10, and soon began receiving notifications that my cameras were offline. When I checked the Home app on my current phone, almost EVERYTHING was unanswered. Going further, I found hardware in rooms that had been removed a long time ago, and newer items did not appear at all. So, I don’t know how, but it seems that the old phone somehow caused me to download an old version of my HomeKit data on my 3 hubs (Apple TV, HomePod, HomePod Mini). Restarting the hubs didn’t make any difference, and restarting some of my unresponsive devices doesn’t work either. So I think I remember the HomeKit and I just start if there is no better solution. But how do you do the Nuke HomeKit?
How to make nuke HomeKit?
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