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If you have a question about how to connect google home to Wi-Fi, then this post is for you! In this post, we will walk through the steps needed in order to set up your new Google Home device. Before stepping into all the technical stuff, let’s learn about what all can a Google home do.
What is Google Home?
The Google Home application helps to set up Google Nest or Home speakers and displays, and Chromecast. One can control household items such as lights, cameras, speakers, etc. as well as check reminders and recent notifications. Google Home requires Wi-Fi to work. Without Wi-Fi, the devices cannot synchronize. Therefore, when getting Google Home, it is also important to get a very good router and Wi-Fi connection. Be sure to put your devices where there is sufficient internet. Ergonomics is the study of arranging things. Although it seems very unimportant, unconsciously ergonomics plays an essential role in productivity. It is vital to recognize this and make a deliberate effort to achieve efficiency.
How to connect google home to Wi-Fi: Step-by-step guide
There are four steps to set up the Wi-Fi.
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- Download and open the Google Home application. Here you will see that there are no devices connected. This is because there is no Wi-Fi.
- Now go to the button that has ‘+’ sign. Click on it and then click on set up device.
- A list of available devices will be shown. Click on your Wi-Fi and connect it.
- After Wi-Fi has been connected, connect the devices as well. Note that the devices and Google home should be connected to the same Wi-Fi.
If the Wi-Fi connection has to be changed, one has to forget the Wi-Fi connection and start the process again. The same goes for different locations. Google Home allows you to change the location of the device, just click on a new room button and connect the devices.
Google Home has become extremely popular across the world. A.I. systems will be the new norm. What one has to remember is that Wi-Fi plays an important role in any of these systems. Even in a self-driving car, it is important to have Wi-Fi. With 5G coming soon, broadcasts and connections, in general, will be better. The world will move swiftly. Until then, Ciao.