This will be the 4th time I bring this matter up and still no resolution as to why 3 of my wired camera's (one does not even turn on anymore) and one battery camera do not connect (either C104 or C119) which is totally wrong as I have another 3 battery cameras further away from the router which have never given me an issue. As for C104 my password is correct each time as I check same.
I am not sure how to relay this issue directly to Google - have tried chat and call back feature only to be hung up on or told to call back as no one to make the call-back, the customer experience for me has been really bad as I would assume that someone from Google is also filtering on this exchange?
Anyway if someone knows how to relay messages or calls to Google so I can get this sorted it would be appreciated noting I have tried all suggestions provided on the community forums to no avail and I will trash the cameras if Google cannot help. A total waste of time and money at this stage.
I'm just another Google Nest customer, but it seems the only way to contact Google Nest Support is to start with this link:
I don't know how you would get a C104 or C119 error when trying to reinstall your Google Nest Outdoor Cameras unless you previously had them installed with different Wi-Fi credentials and did not first do a factory reset to get rid of the previous Wi-Fi credentials (see factory reset instructions after the restart instructions: https://support.google.com/googlenest/answer/9252162).
If you are having problems keeping four of your cameras connected, my suspicion is that Wi-Fi issues of some kind MIGHT be the problem, since it's unlikely that 4 different cameras would all fail at the same time.
I don't know what Wi-Fi issues to look at, since we don't have any issues with our cameras, doorbells, or Nest Hubs. But on this thread a couple of customers discovered they needed to turn on "Self Organizing Network" and turn off "Dynamic Frequency Selector". We don't even have those options on our Wi-Fi router.