We're thrilled to announce our latest firmware release for Wink Hub 2. And you're thrilled too because we've listened to your feedback and concerns.

So what's in this release?

First, we've corrected the issue with Wink and Sonos control integration — they get along great now, keeping your smart home rockin' and rollin' just like before.

Second, we noticed some Yale lock users having issues with Z-Wave stability when adding or changing user codes. We've temporarily removed the code change feature while continuing to make improvements to Z-Wave stability across the board. You can still access your Yale user codes on the lock itself. We'll do our best to reintegrate this feature soon.

Third, this release also includes updates for select Sylvania bulbs and lighting products. Please note: your Sylvania light will go from off to on to let you know when it's done updating.

Finally, we usually release Wink Hub and Wink Hub 2 firmware updates at the same time. But after encountering some bumps in the road surrounding Hub database transfer, we are postponing the Wink Hub firmware release until later this year.

Wink Hub 2 firmware update.jpeg

As always, we're here for your questions, comments, concerns, fave recipes, or anything else you'd like to share. You can talk to a real live Wink Support employee at 1*844*946*5277, from 11 AM to 9 PM EST, Monday through Saturday. You can also reach out 24/7 via email ( or on Twitter (@WinkSupport).

Wink + Sonos is here

Wink + Sonos is now live!

Wink + Sonos has been a top request from our users for quite some time. We’re thrilled to make it a reality while also expanding our ecosystem of partners into new product categories like media and entertainment.

The Wink Hub 2 is compatible with all Sonos products, which include:

Wink’s seamless discovery process makes adding Sonos to your smart home incredibly simple. Just connect your Sonos system to Wink within our mobile app and start introducing your favorite Sonos playlists to your smart home automations. Make sure your Wink Hub 2 and Sonos system are on the same network (Wi-Fi or Ethernet). 

If you a have a motion sensor on your front door, try setting up a Wink Robot that automatically starts playing your favorite playlist on Sonos as soon as you walk in the door. Here’s another idea: create a Wink Shortcut that helps you wind down after a long day. With one tap in the Wink app, Wink will dim your lights, adjust the temperature, and now, play soft, relaxing music throughout your home.

So how will you use Wink + Sonos? Let us know in the comments!