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Circle 2 Homekit Code?????

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  • rsbell
    Same question here...
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  • daniel170603
    It's a bit tricky since the HomeKit code is on the back of the camera, just above the "connection rings". Have a look at the bottom of the FAQ at http://support.logitech.com/en_us/product/circle-2-home-security-camera/faq#link_How-do-I-use-my-Circle-2-Camera-with-Apple-HomeKit Under "How do I use my Circle 2 Camera with Apple HomeKit?" There is a photo and a short explanation; "To see this code you will need to remove the camera cover and look at laser etched markings on the back." Good luck! ??
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  • agenericguy

    I have the same issue, daniel170603 I had looked at the article you mentioned but there was nothing on the back of my camera...AT ALL. Check it out:

     

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/dgyxpzhcrivuaq9/IMG_4000.JPG?dl=0

     

    There's also nothing in the quick start guide to scan.

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  • daniel170603

    @Guy Meyer That's not good… Which version (wired, plug, window or wire-free) of the Circle 2 do you have?

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  • agenericguy

    @Daniel Chow?  Just the normal wired version. What luck huh?

     

    Its funny because I was racking my brain prior to the home kit update on just how I was supposed to pair this thing. I wasn't aware of the home kit code prior to the update, but I guess it didn't matter :P

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  • JohnLamox

    @Guy Meyer? put off the white cover around the camera. then there should be the code.

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  • agenericguy

    Hi @Oliver Grawert? I did, thats the thing. I'm looking at the back of the camera module with the stand / cover removed. Check out the photo I uploaded earlier and you can see that I'm looking at the exact same thing referenced in the logitech support docs outlining home kit setup.

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  • rdogg125

    @agenericguy Looking closer at your picture, I see the text "made in china" underneath the white circle at the very bottom. Maybe there's another piece that has to come off or maybe if you have good eyes, you could see the code underneath.

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  • rdogg125

    @Guy Meyer? Actually, Looking even closer... I can see your setup code on the very right, Might want to take that picture down LOL

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  • JohnLamox

    @Ryan brandt? right... the setup-code is visible for good eyes... ;-) perhaps we should give him the code? :-D

    @Guy Meyer? its not only the stand, that can be removed... hold the white "thing" around your camera and push it from the back... than it should pop out... i did it just about 2 hours ago... ;-)

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  • agenericguy

    Ill take a look when I get home @Oliver Grawert? . I believe you! But that just seems counter to the instructions / absolutely horrible UX

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  • JohnLamox

    @Guy Meyer? i know, really horrible. :-( took me about 15 minutes to get to the code in the end. ;-)

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  • Meagermind

    That code is ridiculously hard to find and see.

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