This has nothing to do with scheduling a device turning on for period of time. That’s been available for a very long time.
It’s about setting a trigger - like a contact or motion sensor - to turn a bulb on, but only during specific hours (ex. 6pm to 6am), which was recently added to the beta app. The app will not allow setting a time greater than 59 minutes. IOW 0600 to 0700 resets to 0600 to 0600, but 0600 to 0659 works fine.
Hi Rick, I tried on my Galaxy Note 9 which worked just fine with your scenario. I can set my trigger time for over 59 minutes. Actually it is great that you have a consistent repro. Can you please upload an app log through Account → Help & Feedback → Report an Issue right after you fail it? Adding an video recording in your issue report will be even better. Please reply here when you are done. We will take a look early next week. Thanks!
Thank you for reporting the issue. We really hope to catch the issue with your help!
@WyzeTao - Thanks. Ticket number is 363501 or 363507 or 363513. For some reason, after I reply to the support email (first with a video, then with my comment below about 24 hour time), it sent me a second and third support email with those ticket numbers.
In the meantime, I’m going to see if it’s related to my 24-hour setting of the phone.
EDIT: So that’s the issue. When I switch off 24-hour display, and set a start time to 6pm and an end time to 6am, it works fine. If this can be fixed, that would be perfect since I am in the Army and use 24hr time exclusively.