I recently added two Google Nest Floodlight cameras to my home network. The two additional cameras seemed to bog down the Google Home system. I added a Google Nest Mesh WiFi Router and (3) Google Nest Mesh WiFi Access Points. I was able to move the (4) old Nest cameras because the QR Code is printed on the bottom of the cameras. The newer Nest Floodlight Cameras do not have the QR Code on the unit. I screenshot the device information including the Device ID and Serial Number (Also software version and IP address) before I removed the camera from the old WiFi network. However, I am unable to install on to the new Nest Mesh WiFI because I no longer have the QR Code paper that was taped to the camera face. Google Home App asks for a 6 Digit Code when I click on the don't have my QR Code, but unable to find that 6 Digit Code anywhere on the unit. These two floodlight cameras are less than a month old but are useless unless I can reinstall on to either WiFi networks at this point. Does anyone know if I can install with the Device ID and Serial Number? Any help would be very much appreciated.
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