Google Home Mini Can’t Connect To Wi-Fi? Here’s What You Need To Do
When you want to unleash the full potential of your Google Home Mini, your first step is to connect it to your home’s Wi-Fi network. But if you’re having trouble making the connection, don‘t panic – here are the steps to follow to help you get your Mini online.
Check the Wi-Fi Credentials
Make sure that your Wi-Fi network is set up correctly, and that the password you are entering is correct. If your router has a dual-band, make sure that you’re connecting to the right one.
Check Your Router
If your router supports the 5 GHz frequency, try connecting to the 2.4 GHz frequency. If that doesn‘t work, try rebooting your router. Make sure your router is up to date and that it has the proper security settings.
Know Your Accessibility
If your router or modem supports Accessibility, you may need to turn it on for the Google Home Mini to connect. This will allow the Mini to think that it‘s talking to the same network across all channels, as access points can change channels and frequencies over time.
Reboot Your Device
If all else fails, try rebooting your Google Home Mini. Unplug it from the power source and wait 30 seconds, then plug it back in and try the connection again.
Check to See if the Problem Persists
After you‘ve tried these steps, check to see if your Google Home Mini is connected to your Wi-Fi network. If the problem still persists, you may need to contact your internet service provider for further help and support.
Getting your Google Home Mini online doesn’t need to be a long and arduous task – with these steps, you can be back online in no time!