Use Siri - Homekit on older devices

I received allot of positive feedback on how to Use Siri on older Nest devices, and a few people asked me to create a video; so here it is.

Have a look at the original post to see the walkthrough, as it might be easier to understand; in combination with this video.

Same process as the original post, and here are the links to what you will need below:

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config.json (free) file to configure Homebridge

You’ll also need to download an app from the AppStore called, “Devices”. It use to be free but now costs $2.99.

Thanks, and enjoy.