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Tue, Apr 12, 2022 1:48 PM

AT&T DIGITAL LIFE

Hi. I bought this house which had ATT DIGITAL life. Due to high subscription cost, I stopped using it. I am using ring doorbell and security, with kasa wifi and smartthings controller, all integrated using Google assistant and IFTTT.

The question is my att digital life had the following things - att main station, Yale lock, keypad, motion sensor, contact sensor and Sercomm outdoor POE camera. Out of these, I have successfully been able to use yale lock with smartthings. Is there any way I can repurpose the Sercomm camera or any other components of this system?

Thanks.

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3 m ago

no they require an active digital life account to work

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3 m ago

I believe the Yale Door Lock is the only item you can continue to use. Our cameras and sensors are proprietary.

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Hi. I bought this house which had ATT DIGITAL life. Due to high subscription cost, I stopped using it. I am using ring doorbell and security, with kasa wifi and smartthings controller https://100001.onl/, all integrated using Google assistant and IFTTT.

The question is my att digital life had the following things - att main station, Yale lock, keypad, motion sensor, contact sensor and Sercomm outdoor POE camera. Out of these, I have successfully https://1921681254.mx/ been able to use yale lock with smartthings. Is there any way I can repurpose the Sercomm camera or any other components of this system?

I got this,...

Thanks.

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2 m ago

did you read the response from digital life above?

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2 m ago

@erzeek

 

The Digital Life cameras and any other device that requires the Digital Life app will not work without a Digital Life account. They are proprietary devices and require a Digital Life account. 

 

You have already worked out the Yale door lock, which is good news.

 

Thanks

 

 

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