I have two ISPs. Spectrum and Google Fiber. I have 35 devices of various kinds (all controlled with Alexa) mixed among the networks and use Google Wifi points to reach the whole house. Each network (Spectrum and Google) has five Google brand wifi points. As I have added plugs, lights, Wifi points, etc. over the years I have paid no attention to which network they are on. I am now told I cannot work through the Google Wifi app but must migrate my network to Google Home. Must I now hire SuperGeek to untangle my mess, or can I migrate and just go on as always (fingers crossed)?
Thanks very much. I assume I shall do what they tell me to do. I have two networks for redundancy because of the odd outage and my reliance for my business on wifi. I suppose my great fear is the failure of my gadgets necessitating my getting out of bed to turn off the lights when I am through reading. Ah, me. Another first world hardship.
Well, I gave it a try. I found instructions which said I should open the Google Home App and click on the + in the upper left hand corner to migrate a network. No +. Anywhere. Instead I got a list of (presumably) hundreds of manufacturers of wifi controlled home devices for me to check and import individually. Nope. Thanks very much for the assistance. I'll just use the Google Wifi app until nothing at all works anymore. The comet may be here by then.
Yes. When I poke it, it says "invite a home member". ?. Then it offers the opportunity for me to add, by brand, my devices, then I can link some streaming services, then it says "import Google Wifi network". I live in deep horror that if I follow these prompts all my Alexa routines will not work, so I do not persist. Do you, perhaps, have some welcome assurance to offer?
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While the Google Wifi app will no longer be in app stores or supported at this point, you can still control your Google Wifi devices on the Google Home app.
You might want to check out this link. If you have additional questions, feel free to submit another post, and provide as many details as possible so that others can lend a hand. Hope this helps!