Google Home is a really handy personal assistant with which you can connect all your smart devices in your home.
When you connect your devices to Google Home, you can control them via the Google Home app or voice command.
To be able to do all this, your Google Home needs to be connected to Wi-Fi. And if you change your Wi-Fi network, you’ll need to manually change the connection in your Google Home app as well.
Also, keep in mind that for Google Home to be able to control your smart home devices, they need to be connected to the same Wi-Fi. So, if you change the Wi-Fi settings on the Google Home speaker, you’ll need to change them on all the smart devices you want it to control.
Even changing a home speaker to a guest Wi-Fi can cause trouble controlling other devices in your home. This feature is convenient in case you have multiple home speakers in various locations, for example, a vacation home. It also prevents other family members from accidentally activating other devices.
If one of those smart devices is a Ring video doorbell, read how to add it to Google Home and make it work.
Continue reading to find out how to remove the existing Wi-Fi network and connect to a new network on Google Home.
When you’ve removed the old connection, you need to connect your device to the new Wi-Fi network. To do that, you need to follow the steps to set up the device again.
Next time Google Home connects, it will be connected to the new Wi-Fi network.
To change the Wi-Fi password on your Google Home, open the Google Home app, select Wi-Fi > Show password > Edit. Update the password and click on ‘Save’.
Why won’t my Google Home connect to the Wi-Fi?
If your Google Home can’t connect to your Wi-Fi again:
If none of these troubleshooting tips helped, contact the Google Home support team for assistance.