How Do I Reconnect a Google Home Mini to WiFi?

If you’re having trouble connecting your Google Home Mini to WiFi, you’ve probably made a mistake somewhere along the way. Perhaps you changed the password or the network was misconfigured. Other possible causes include being too close to your router or another device. Software bugs or pending updates can also cause the problem. If all of these causes are true, you can try reintroducing the network by disconnecting and pairing the device again. Then, use the Google Home app to pair your Google Mini.

Once you’ve done this, open the app for your speaker and tap on Settings > Wi-Fi. Select the network you want to connect to. If it says “unavailable”, you’ll need to enter the password again. You can also choose to forget the current network and reconnect to a different one. After doing so, your device should be back in the same location. Once it’s back up and running, you can try using your Google Home Mini as usual.

Sometimes, resetting your router can help you re-connect your Google Home to your network. Make sure to use a paperclip to push the reset button on your router. This can be a time-consuming process, and you may lose your Google Home’s preferred settings. If you’re unsure, you can also try reconnecting your Google Home Mini to WiFi to see if that fixes the problem.

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