The last post with this same title was not solved, yet it was closed.
This is so unbelievably frustrating to see such a fantastic product fail at the 5 yard line like this.
Bought a 4th wifi point to join my 3-pack, the latter which took me, maybe, 10 minutes to set up.
The 4th has been impossible to set up. As in, it's not on the network after 30 tries.
Here's the salt in the wound: all 30 of those tries resulted in a 'wifi point' that now lives on my network. And they can't be removed via the Home app.
- Any suggestions from the community?
- Anyone at Google Wifi monitoring this - is there a fix coming for this?
First issue amazingly has been solved. The app suddenly is allowing for deletion of the ghost wifi points. Thanks to whoever at Google is monitoring and got a fix in. All 30 of the ghost wifi points have been eliminated. For the second problem, the inability to add a 4th wifi point to the network, I'll try the traditional approach one last time and then reset the network per the suggestions. I would provide the screenshots but the design of this chatboard doesn't allow the posting of images, including via reply by the initiator of the message. 😐
Jeff - thanks for checking in. Google Wi-Fi needs to add one note to the instructions / troubleshooting: you must delete the old Google Wi-Fi app from your device first. You know, that’s on me (it was deep on another page of apps on the iPhone) but, geez, is the kind of thing a thorough team at Google WiFi would have had as a whiteboard item and then would have translated that in to the user boards. Other than that complaint, a great piece of technology