No. The rest of them only turn off and on using the actual dimmer. I’m not sure why only 1 of them works like its supposed to. Hopefully replacing the dimmer back to a normal light switch will do the trick.
I also end up seeing like 4 or 5 bulb wifi networks. Thought it would go away upon setup.
I don’t know how you set your bulbs up but I did it this way.
I set up all bulbs individually in a desk lamp near the router, After they are set up I moved them to the fixtures I wanted.
My bulb wifi networks are still there
I use my Wyze bulbs in lamps without dimmer switches. One works better than the other but still not anywhere close to accurate. The code has been written, I wonder why they can’t make it work for these bulbs.
The bulbs function fine except the dimming. Maybe it’s me, I don’t think 1% should be bright enough to read by, I expect it to be more like a night light, like that last little bit of light as it dims to off. This is 2 different bulbs in 2 different lamps. I think it’s the firmware, not the bulbs. Thanks for your idea though, it’s a good one.
You’re welcome! I understand. I know many were hoping that the bulbs would dim much lower too. None of my bulbs will go as low as a nightlight either, but I agree it would be nice if they did.
As long as the bulbs are not defective, all of them should behave the same if they’re running equal firmware. (V 184.108.40.206)