How to Change Wi-Fi on Google Home Mini to Keep Your Home Smart
Google Home is a few a long time ancient and has been an insurgency within the technological world of Wi-Fi on Google Home Mini. It consists of far-field microphones outlined to choose up your voice despite any ambient noise. The top area is touch-sensitive and has four colored LEDs, which, when activated, light up and dance. The Google Home Speakers are powered by a DC power connection and have a mute button at the back when you need to mute the microphone. We shall explain how to change Wi-Fi on Google Home Mini.
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How to Change Wi-Fi on Google Home Mini
On the off chance that you've bought yourself a Google Home Smaller than expected speaker and have no thought about how to associate it with a Wi-Fi association, you would like to begin by downloading the Google Home app. Download the app via Google Play for Android and App Store for iOS devices. Ensure that your mobile device and Google Home Mini are on the same Wi-Fi network.
- Open the Google Home app on your device
- From the list on your Google device, choose the device you want to connect to the Wi-Fi
- Tap Settings >Wi-Fi> Forget Network
- You will be re-directed
- back to the Google Home app home screen
- Set your device up on a new Wi-Fi network
Set Up Your Google Home Mini
If you have no idea how to set up the Google Home Mini, you can set up your Google device by:
- Selecting Add+ > set up device> Set up new devices
- The app finishes scanning for Google Home devices in the vicinity, and it prompts you to navigate to your mobile device's Wi-Fi settings. Go ahead and connect to Google Home’s hotspot, which appears on the available Wi-Fi network list.
- Return to the Google Home app. The speaker plays a sound after which you should tap >Yes
- Select the location of your Google device
- Select your preferred network for your device. Enter your Wi-Fi password, and then connect. You are now connected
Tips for Troubleshooting
Your Google Home Mini will not work unless you interface it physically to Wi-Fi through the Google Home app. On the off chance that you have not installed the Google Home app, download it first.
Your router is the link between your Google Home Mini and the internet. Ensure it is close enough to transmit a strong signal. Reposition the Google Home mini closer to the router and check if the signal improves.
If you have any issues, restarting the Google Home mini or the router usually works.
When connecting your Google Home Mini, you may make a mistake and use the wrong password. Connect a different device with the correct password and see if it connects.
Factory resetting your Google Home Mini to the default factory settings will solve some problems. To do a factory reset, locate the factory reset button just below the power cord on the Mini’s bottom. Press and hold on to the button for at least 15 seconds. Google Home will confirm the reset. You cannot use your voice for doing a factory reset; you can only do it manually.
- Connect Google Home Mini Properly
- Reposition your Google Home Device or router
- Restart the Google Home Mini and router
- Check the Wi-Fi password
- Try to reset the Google Home Mini to its factory settings
- If your Google Mini does not work, turn off other network devices that might be causing connection delays on the same network. You may also consider moving your speaker away from appliances that may be causing some interference.
For the love of technology and making life more comfortable, The Google Home Mini is a smaller version of the Google Home, but with fewer features. The fewer features also mean it is cheaper and its sound quality is different from its predecessor. Changing Wi-Fi on Google Home Mini is secure, and done with just a few steps as outlined above. The better your Google device works; there is easier communication and flow in your home automation systems.
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