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  1. THawes

    FS: White TouchScreen (C4-7W7CO)

    The Infinity Edge touchscreens are an older product and don't support all of the same features that the newer, more powerful T3 touchscreens do.
  2. Yes, an HC-200 will work fine and like @msgreenf said, it just needs to be on 2.5.3 or earlier. I have an HC-200 on a shelf with 2.5.3 that's used just for this.
  3. They're either working on Google Home support or they are not. I don't see how they could tell us they're working on it without announcing it, that's ... sort of the same thing?
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    Grouping Text Notifications

    I'd definitely recommend going this route as well, unless there is some reason that you must have the notifications via SMS. I originally used SMS as well for my notifications, but moved to the push notifications awhile back.
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    Yes, there is.
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    Garage Door Openers

    I pulled up the manual for one of the LiftMaster openers, it seems to have the same wire terminals that every opener has, so I don't foresee a problem there.
  7. THawes

    Garage Door Openers

    I'm not sure where you heard that, but I haven't seen any modern garage door openers that don't have wire terminals for a wired garage door opener - or heard that they are doing away with them. The relay is going to trigger the door to open or close just like a standard wired opener button would. I am using some basic Honeywell contacts that I had on-hand - https://www.amazon.com/Honeywell-951WG-WH-Recessed-Magnetic-Contact/dp/B001UKY1A4/
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    Garage Door Openers

    The CAT6 to the opener can get wired to a relay on your controller, and the CAT6 for the door sensor can get wired to a contact on the controller. I was originally doing this with an old HC300 controller, but replaced that with a Control4 Z2IO when they came out (and HC300's were no longer being supported). Works great, and I don't have to worry about any cloud services changing, going down, or pulling support for a particular driver or API.
  9. I figured as much, was just trying to be nice - lol!
  10. A very dated TCP control protocol guide I found for them does not specify any audio control, but does list the video modes as @msgreenf mentioned. https://www.tivo.com/assets/images/abouttivo/resources/downloads/brochures/TiVo_TCP_Network_Remote_Control_Protocol.pdf
  11. THawes

    iOS 12 Remote Issues

    iPhone 8 Plus, no Control4 app or Composer Express app issues here on iOS 12 - either locally or remotely.
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    Amazon Music works nicely, I'll actually get some use out of it now which isn't a bad thing. As @msgreenf said, it doesn't require Unlimited - works just fine with the included service level with Amazon Prime.
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    Exactly - just a regular old switch that is meant to blend in with Control4 switches/dimmers/keypads
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    I mean, the EA-1's are technically more powerful than the HC800's - dual core processors and double the RAM.
  15. I'll probably switch back to the Roku now. I mostly use the AppleTV anyways, and I always liked the speed of the Roku over the FireTV anyways. Sorry, FireTV... out you go!