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TasmoAdmin installation is quite straightforward if you have Home Assistant installed on a Raspberry Pi. The steps are as follows: Login to your Home Assistant server and go to Settings >...
Control your Tasmota devices with the simple app. This app controls the Tasmota devices directly via the HTTP interface. There is no necessary detour via MQTT. Perfect for testing Tasmota...
To enter flash mode you need to connect GPIO 0 to GND. The push button is GPIO 0 so holding this in as power is applied will place the device in to flashing mode. Connect the
So: if you flash tasmota, the cloud connection won't work anymore, so Google home won't be able to control them (not sure about Alexa, though). You would need to connect your HA instance to Google home first (using cloud or manual configuration) and then integrate the flashed switches to HA.
Solution: This issue occurs because in the default configuration there is not enough flash space to flash the firmware. However, this is easy to fix: First, flash the tasmota-minimal.bin.gz firmware, then flash the regular tasmota.bin.gz firmware using the webinterface of the minimal firmware.