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Here is how to install Homebridge (Apple HomeKit bridge) on a Raspberry Pi and integrate it with Smartthings: 1- You need to install your Raspberry Pi Install your Pi by following these instructions: https://www.raspberrypi.org/help/noobs-setup/ 2- Install Node.js on the Raspberry Pi wget https://nodejs.org/dist/v5.2.0/node-v5.2.0-linux-armv7l.tar.gz tar -xvf node-v5.2.0-linux-armv7l.tar.gz cd node-v5.2.0-linux-armv7l sudo cp -R * /usr/local/ To check Node.js is properly install and you have the right version, run the command: node –v 3- Install the latest version

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Owners of the Apple Watch can easily find their misplaced iPhone by tapping a dedicated icon on the Settings glance, which will cause the connected iPhone to emit a high pitched sound. I’ve been using this trick since the Apple Watch came out to locate my iPhone, which shows an unnerving tendency to disappear under a pile […] from iDownloadBlog.com http://ift.tt/20yn72B via IFTTT

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If you have a home automation system such as Smartthings and want to be able to use Siri to control your home devices (open doors, turn on lights, etc). You need to install an open source software called “Homebridge”. If you own a Mac these are the instructions (using terminal): 1- Install Homebrew: $ xcode-select –install $ ruby -e “$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)” $ brew doctor 2- Install NPM (Node Package Manager) command line: $ brew

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The ‘Other’ category in iPhone and iPad’s storage doesn’t have to take up so much space. The "Other" category on your iPhone and iPad is basically where all of your caches, settings preferences, saved messages, voice memos, and… well, other data is stored. There is no simple way to identify and remove data in the Other storage category. With a bit of patience, you can reduce the amount of space it takes up on your

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