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Panasonic Comfort Cloud app with Google Nest

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I replaced my old router with Google Nest and now I can’t connect to my Panasonic AC through the Panasonic Comfort Cloud App. It fails every time, looking for wifi!

I suspects it maybe has something to do with the bandwidth. The AC only supports 2.4 GhZ and as I understand the Google Nest somehow ‘mix’ the two bandwidths 😕

Has anyone had success connecting  their Google Nest with Panasonic Comfort Cloud App?

Any help would be appreciated! 

Thank you!



Community Specialist
Community Specialist

Hi Larsen047,

Thanks for posting ― let's see what's going on.

The Google Wifi point(s) uses the same name for both the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz band networks. This means that the Wi-Fi network uses both radio bands. But keep in mind: while both bands can be used, the personal devices (a smartphone, tablet, laptop, etc.) will connect to only one radio band at any given time. Nest Wifi, Google Wifi, or OnHub attempts to select the band that will deliver the best performance for your device. Currently there is no option to manually disable either of the bands or to connect to them separately.

Give these steps a whirl:

Create a hotspot with a mobile phone. However, 2 mobile phones are required:

  1. Use the first device to create a hotspot (mobile phone).
    • How to set up a mobile hotspot:
      • Android
        1. Go to Settings.
        2. Tap the Network & internet option.
        3. Select Hotspot & tethering.
        4. Tap on Wi-Fi hotspot.
        5. Set up the hotspot name and password the same as the primary network.
        6. Choose the AP Band > 2.4 GHz band > Apply.
      • iOS:
        1. Go to Settings.
        2. Tap on Cellular. Tap the slider to turn Cellular Data on.
        3. Under Cellular, tap the slider to turn Personal Hotspot on.
        4. Tap the slider next to Allow Others to Join.
        5. Set up the hotspot name password the same as the primary network.
        6. To change the hotspot password, under Personal Hotspot Wi-Fi Password.
        7. To change the hotspot name, go to Settings > General > About > Name.
  2. Use the second device to connect to the mobile hotspot.
  3. Disconnect all of the Google Wifi or Nest Wifi points from the power outlet.
  4. Connect the device to the 2.4 GHz band of the hotspot with the same SSID and password of the current network (case sensitive).
  5. Once connected to the hotspot, plug in your primary Google Wifi point or the Nest Wifi router.
  6. Turn off the hotspot and check if the device automatically connects to the Google Wifi network.

Let us know how it goes.


Hi Larsen047,

I wanted to follow up and see if you are still in need of any help. Have you had the chance to try the suggestion above? If yes, how is it?


Community Specialist
Community Specialist

Hey Larsen047, 


We haven't heard from you in a while so we’ll be locking this thread if there’s no update within 24 hours. If you're still experiencing problems, please feel free to start a new thread and we'll be happy to help.

Thanks for the help here, Mel.