Yesterday I bought a Sonoff SNZB-02 sensor for temperature & humidity and paired it with my Tuya app via the Tuya Zigbee hub.
On Tuya app appears normally as the rest of the zigbee sensors already have,but on my Google home doesn't appears.
I've already relinked my tuya account several times with GH & restarted both apps but the problem persists.
Is there any solution to this, has anyone encountered a similar problem?
After adding a new device to the Tuya app you should only need to tell the Google assistant to "Hey Google, sync devices".
I have just ordered myself this same device so I can check with my own setup.
Unfortunately it's not due to be delivered until a week or so. I will test and report back as soon as I receive it.
Thanks for sharing this extra information.
The device is advertised as working with Google Home. From what I have read so far it should be accessible via voice commands but I am not sure if it will show up as a device within the Google Home app?
As soon as I receive my SONOFF SNZB-02 I will test and report back here my findings.
I received my device today and I also can't get it to work with the Google assistant.
I have managed to use a mixture of Tuya scenes that turn on an LED lamp when the temperature reaches a certain level.
Then I use a Google home automation that activates when that device is on and runs other automations.
It's the long way of doing something that SHOULD work as advertised! I will also be contacting Sonos about why this device doesn't support the Google assistant as it is advertised to.
Hopefully they update the firmware soon.
I appreciate your help here, @Cathal_S.
@Stelios, thanks for posting. I want to see if you still need help. There was a recent update to the Google Home app, so please check if you've already downloaded it and if that resolves the issue that you are having.
Looking forward to your response.
Just one final check in here since activity has slowed down. We'll be locking the thread in the next 24 hours, but if you still need help, we'd be happy to keep it open. If there's more we can do, just let us know.