Frequently updating smartphones is generally convenient, but it causes some owners of Google devices to worry. Google has confirmed the solution to the problem of updating the firmware generated by home and home mini speakers.
Some managed to disconnect the power cord or perform a factory reset temporarily, but not others: Many homeowners said their equipment was completely unusable. If you are concerned, you will notice that all four indicators on the speaker are still lit.
This does not seem to affect Home Max, screens like the Home Hub or Nest brand speakers.
We do not know when there might be a solution. However, it is a serious problem for the unfortunate owners who are affected by the breakdown.
Although replacing a warranty case is relatively straightforward, many home and home mini devices are not guaranteed. You may need to pay for a replacement, even if Google is responsible for decommissioning your speaker.
The good news is that Google is replacing affected devices, whether or not covered by the warranty until the patch is released.
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