Accessing your device from the Google Home app only to be hit with an “offline” error can be annoying. I like peeping on my pet to confirm that all is well. I fully understand the frustration when the devices are offline and inaccessible from Google Home. For remote access to work, both your Google Home […]
According to ComputerWorld, Google Assistant UX is a shade of what it has been in the former years, with more and more users reporting effectiveness and reliability problems. When requesting it to execute a command, the “There was a Glitch, or Something went wrong” errors have become more rampant. Well, I bet that’s your current
Smart home ecosystem compatibility is always a factor when adding a new device to your lineup. Fortunately, most, if not all, Kasa smart devices are Google Home compatible. Integrating the devices allows you to use voice control commands and automate the devices from Google Home. The “Works with Google” or “Matter” label on devices confirms
Google Home allows you to integrate and control your smart devices via Google Assistant – well, once you have successfully linked the device. Things don’t always go to plan, and sometimes the Google Home app won’t find your device. Either a third-party device or a Google Home device. Google Home not finding your device indicates
Linking Spotify to Google Home lets you enjoy your favorite music through Google smart speakers and integrate voice control into your music ecosystem. This isn’t the case when the Google Home Spotify integration isn’t working. Your accounts seem linked, but the speaker won’t play your request, or you are having problems connecting Spotify to Google.
As with most doorbells, Nest doorbells require an active internet connection. This makes the Nest doorbell not connecting to Wi-Fi a real pain, as the device is rendered offline or won’t complete the setup process. Either way, the doorbell must have a connection to function. So, why is your Nest doorbell not connecting? Typically, the
Nest cameras require an active network connection for optimal performance. So, you got your Nest camera and looking to hook it to your network, or it got disconnected, and you must reconnect it? Nest camera connects to your network via the Nest or Home app. Once online, you can control your device, set your zones,
The inbuilt Nest Hub Max camera is an adorable feature when choosing your Nest Hub. Among the many features, the camera enriches the hub with some nice-to-have features – music control gestures, home monitoring, etc. So, is your Nest Hub Max camera not working? The Nest Hub camera won’t work because the camera is manually
Nest cameras fall offline once they disconnect from your home network and are no longer in sync with the cloud servers. The app sends you a notification and displays the camera offline on the live feed page. With the camera offline, nothing you won’t get any functionality. To get your sense of security, you must
You won’t get any performance from your Nest camera without an active connection. It’s a frustrating experience when your Nest camera won’t connect to your Wi-Fi network. This points to an issue within your home network or the camera firmware preventing a successful connection. So, why is the Google Nest camera not connecting to Wi-Fi?