Setup The Philips Hue White and Color Starter Kit A19 Bulbs

Setup The Philips Hue White and Color Starter Kit A19 Bulbs
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  • Works with Amazon Alexa for voice control (Hue Bridge hub required and included, Alexa device sold separately)
  • 3rd generation starter kit includes 3 Color LED light bulbs with richer colors (deeper shades of Green, cyan and blue) and a bridge 2.0 that wirelessly connects up to 50 lights
  • The square-shaped Philips hue bridge 2.0 enables scene and room control with Amazon Alexa, is compatible with Apple homekit technology and provides you with more internal storage
  • Choose from 16 million colors and 50,000 shades of white light, from warm to cool white
  • Sync your lights with your music, movies and games for an immersive effect

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  1. Thanks it was very helpful. I live in india and i am planning to order a 3rd gen kit from US( 3rd gen is not yet available in india ) so do they support e27 or e26 holders because i may have to buy a adapter as b22 holders are commonly used in india.

  2. Can you get a single focus to be used individually? And still be able to control it directly with the app without a bridge? Please, I need to know.

  3. After initial set-up, does the bridge need to continue to be connected to the internet? I have no ISP where I live and need something that's local only. I can hospot from my phone for set-up.

  4. Shoot, you skipped the part on the app I'm stuck on: Pair Bridge – It says to use the "HomeKit Setup Code" and has a picture of a QR code…I have no QR code on my box or in the instructions and have no idea what this is talking about.

  5. After I setup my initial lights, now I added one of the color strips a week later, and the Hue App found it no problem when I plugged it in and created a nickname and everything for it, but for some reason when I go to the Google Home App to add in there to add for voice command, it's not showing the new light. It only shows the existing ones I set up at the beginning. It shows kind of the Hue icon and 5 lights under it but not 6 which I have now. Do I unpair Hue from Google Home or do I need to hit the button on my bridge for it to show up on Google app or somethin? Thanks.

  6. I have a chance to get the starter kit with 4 bulbs for 150 Canadian. I'm really thinking about it. But I can also get the nanoleaf starter kit with 15 leafs for 199+ tax so I'm kinda on the fence.

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