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General Discussion / Re: Myro:Home / Myro:Home Helper for iOS / MacOS
« on: January 20, 2018, 08:35:29 am »
Update: Myro:Home Helper has been in QA (running continuous) for the last couple weeks to make sure there aren't any memory leaks and it's stable enough for Beta release.  Have also tested different types of connection issues to make sure it gracefully reconnects.

So far it's passed -- almost ready to release to a small group to test further.


General Discussion / Re: Myro:Home / Myro:Home Helper for iOS / MacOS
« on: January 10, 2018, 07:43:08 am »
Hi Danny,

I'm glad to see that you're making progress.  My need for a new solution became more urgent today... I've been using Growl to push notifications from HaikuHelper since iOS push stopped working, but for some reason that I have yet to figure out, Growl also stopped working early this morning.  I don't know if they're having server issues on their end or if something else is broken, but now I have no notifications, and that's a big problem!

How close do you think you are to letting some of us beta test your new app?

Very close — I can release the helper as a download but for the iOS app I’ll need to release it via TestFlight.   The iOS app (for now) is just a simple one that scans the QR code from the helper app and pairs to the notification service.  That will allow you to test the push notifications on your iOS device.

What version of MacOS are you running?  You can send me an email or create a support ticket if you want to communicate about your specifics.

General Discussion / Re: Myro:Home / Myro:Home Helper for iOS / MacOS
« on: January 01, 2018, 06:53:40 pm »
Happy New Year!

Made lots of progress over the holiday break -- squashed lots of bug too.

Push notifications (with custom messaging) and data logging are both complete.   

Data logging of any controller object (you enable) to CSV for now — allows for tracking temp changes or zone usage.  Will use that data for ML in the future.

Here is a sneak peek of HomeKit working -- you select the objects you want enabled as HomeKit accessories.

General Discussion / Re: Myro:Home / Myro:Home Helper for iOS / MacOS
« on: December 22, 2017, 09:02:58 pm »
Can you add me to the beta test list too? I am running Haiku/Haiku Helper with my Omni II Pro system and would love to see a more modern implementation with support for iOS and Apple's HomeKit and Siri also Alexa). Your Myro:Home product sounds amazing. Any idea at this point when you anticipate releasing it? Let me know. Thanks


Hi Scott -- will do.

General Discussion / Re: Myro:Home / Myro:Home Helper for iOS / MacOS
« on: December 12, 2017, 08:13:51 am »
Hi!  I have you all on the list to Beta test -- making good progress on the Myro:Home Helper app.

Currently, we're targeting the app to run on MacOS 10.11 and greater...  Ideally, the latest 10.13+.  Reason for not supporting older versions of the MacOS is that the app is written in the Swift language and that wasn't supported in previous versions.

It can run on a lower powered MacMini just fine and shouldn't consume much system resources.

We're still doing some extensive QA to make sure there aren't any leaks/crashes...

Will let you all know when it's ready in public Beta form!

General Discussion / Re: Myro:Home / Myro:Home Helper for iOS / MacOS
« on: November 06, 2017, 10:33:01 am »
Push notifications are done and working well -- I have HomeKit core completed -- just need to get it "wired" into the MyroHomeHelper code now.

General Discussion / Myro:Home / Myro:Home Helper for iOS / MacOS
« on: September 17, 2017, 09:57:51 pm »
Hello folks -- frustrated like you and a fan of the Haiku Helper and Haiku, I've decided to rebuilt a similar application keeping Weather, Push Notifications, Energy, etc.  I removed some features like scripting and their web interface as that I think was too difficult for people to understand and use but added a couple other features to make up (specific push notification triggers, logging, etc).   

I created Myro:Home for the PC years ago and when Haiku came out, I used Myro:Home on my touch panel and Haiku/Haiku Helper on my iOS devices.  The push notifications were the best part... I was sad to see them kill the product.  I am excited to see what they come up with next, but for now I need something to replace it -- so I'm bringing Myro:Home to iOS/WatchOS.
Anyways, Myro:Home Helper is currently in beta testing -- let me know if you are a current Haiku Helper user, I'd like to chat with you.
Myro:Home for iOS is also in final development -- rebuilt all the core connectivity using SWIFT language -- it has a WatchOS 3 app as well where you can trigger your "favorites" easily -- I use it for my garage door, etc.
I'd like to know what features you guys liked from Haiku and what you didn't -- let's not even talk about Spaces. ;)
How much feedback I get will dictate how much efforts I put in releasing to public... currently I'm building this for myself with the idea of putting it in the App Store for others to enjoy/migrate to.

News & Announcements / Re: New Myro Control forum launched!
« on: September 17, 2017, 09:55:41 pm »
We're pruned/cleaned up the forum member list. 

Please recreate your account if we have inadvertently deleted your account.

Firmware / Where are the latest firmware files?
« on: September 12, 2017, 06:04:52 pm »
Please create a support ticket requesting the latest version.  We'll be more than happy to provide you with the updater tool.

Report a Bug / Re: Stock INDU ^DJI not updating
« on: September 12, 2017, 06:02:59 pm »
Still not working I tried INDU and ^DJI for the Dow Jones Industrial.   What Dow Jones symbol did you test with?  Do I need to update the software version?

This was fixed.

News & Announcements / Re: New Myro Control forum launched!
« on: September 11, 2017, 05:12:19 pm »
We just updated the forum, hopefully this version will keep spam down.

Firmware / Re: Matrix Firmware v1.3.25
« on: September 09, 2016, 07:28:17 am »

i need some support on a Kramer 6x6 matrix to russound RNET and myro where do i find the firmware

Please create a support ticket at


Firmware / Re: Matrix Firmware v1.3.25
« on: April 22, 2016, 11:22:11 am »
Hi, please email support or create a support ticket and we'll send it right over.

General Discussion / Re: Myro bridge reporting "finding zoneplayer"
« on: November 22, 2015, 09:30:11 am »
@darobin77 -- please create a support ticket and we'll be able to step you through.

Typically, if it stays on, "Finding Zone Player" it means that it was once paired and it cannot find the zone player.  The quick and easy solution is to go to the internal Myro:Bridge webpage an select the same RNET ID but the one lower in the dropdown list (it will make sense).  Then after the page reloads, press the reboot button on the back of the Myro:Bridge.

That should put it back into the "Add a Sonos Component..." message where you can pair it again.  To do this, press the "Volume Up" and "Mute" buttons on the Sonos Connect to put it into discovery mode.

Tech Notes / FAQ / Re: Russound MCA-5 HDMI Source
« on: October 06, 2015, 04:30:14 pm »
Yes, you will need keypads for the Russound for the easiest installation.  If you don't have keypads, then the via Matrix is the way to go.

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