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Cannot add Google Mesh Wifi to TMobile Home Internet

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I have disabled wifi on my TMobile device (Arcadian model), connected a factory reset Google Mesh puck to the back of the TMobile router and it just blinks blue. When I go to add the point in the Google Home app it says it should switch to blinking white before proceeding but just stays pulsing blue. I am not sure what to do next. 


Platinum Product Expert
Platinum Product Expert

First step is do another factory reset by holding the button on the puck, just to be sure the reset worked as expected.  


Btw you have the same name as one of my favourite guitarists, nice 🙂

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Community Specialist

Hi jamesschaffer,


That certainly isn’t the experience we want you to have, and we apologize for the delay. A few questions: are you using a modem/router combo from your Internet Service Provider (ISP)? Which Google/Nest router are we working with? What device are you using to set up your network (iOS or Android)? Do you have the Internet from your modem? Does the child point broadcast the setup Service Set IDentifier (SSID) or network name located at the bottom of the device?

You can do a sequential reboot of your entire network and see if that helps.




Please perform a 2-minute power cycle on your entire network to re-establish the connection on your connected devices. Here's how: 

  1. Disconnect the power from the modem.
  2. Disconnect the Ethernet cable and power cord from the parent point.
  3. Disconnect the power cord from the child points.
  4. Leave everything unplugged for 2 minutes.
  5. Connect the power cord to the modem then to your router and points.


Also, you can give these steps a try:


  1. If you're using a modem/router combo, set that to bridge mode to avoid double NAT issues.
  2. Make sure that there is minimal to no interference (concrete, bulletproof glass, metal, mirror, etc.) and the points are no more than two rooms apart.
  3. Remove any special characters in your network name and password.
  4. Turn off IPv6:
    1. Open the Google Home app Google Home app.
    2. Tap the Wi-Fi coin  and then Settings.
    3. Scroll down and tap Advanced networking.
    4. Scroll down to IPv6.
    5. Toggle the switch off Toggle button off.
  5. Change your DNS server into on the primary and on the secondary server. Hit the save/ floppy disk icon on the upper right.
  6. Unplug the power from your Google Wifi devices for 2 minutes.
  7. If the issue persists, try factory resetting your network. Take note that this will delete all network data.


You may skip any step that you’ve done already.


Let us know how it goes.


Thanks for helping,  Ashepherdson!