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Please note that Google Home/Nest devices and displays will only play the songs supplied by the music services. It is best to check the native app of your chosen music service first to see if there are settings that block other songs.
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Thanks for your reply but I don't agree, google makes the decision to filter the music even if the filters are disabled. My google home speakers do not play music from you tube music if it is marked explicit content!
If I start the music on my phone, everything is played, if I broadcast on one of the google home speakers, music with explicit content is no longer played.... so G home takes the decision for me !
Hello Muddi ! No problem, thank you for your help !
This problem occurs regardless of who uses the system in the house. It does the same thing to my children or my wife, if they listen to music on their phone no problem, if they play it on the google home speakers, it does not work for anything who is explicit...
Some examples of music:
Lalala / Y2K and bbno$
Tu dégages / Sexu sushi
Achilles come down / Gang of youths
Salop(e) / Thérapie Taxi
Sorry for the late reply. I wanted to follow up and see if you are still in need of any help? Please let me know if you are still having any trouble from here, as I would be happy to take a closer look and assist you further.
Thank you for your reply. My problem is still present but on only one speaker out of the 4 available without me changing anything.
The three built-in Google WiFi speakers can stream explicit content, the Google mini speaker in my living room still can't, it's frustrating...
Apologies again for the late reply. I wanted to jump back in and ensure you are good to go. I understand having your music filtering out explicit content is never ideal. I wouldn't be able to listen to half of my music. Let's jump in and ensure you are good to go. I would recommend checking your Home app. Once inside, head over to your settings. There should be an option to turn on and off explicit content. I did also find an article with more details on SafeSearch. Please let me know if that helps, or if you are still running into the issue.
I am truly sorry for the trouble and frustration that you are having with the device. I understand that is not the most ideal situation, and I am more than happy to assist. Since you have exhausted all troubleshooting steps, I would like to escalate this to a higher team.
If you could please fill out this form, our Team would then be in contact with you for additional support. Please let me know if you have any questions from here as well.
Sometimes this problem pops up here too. Both on nest Audio and nest Mini.
I solve this by actually setting a filter and deleting that same filter. After that everything works again.
It doesn't matter for which speaker I set and delete the filter, after that all other speakers also play all music again.
I'm hoping for a permanent solution but in the meantime maybe this works for others as well.
For my part, I gave up, the user experience was poor. I switched to another system.
I thought for a long time that it was related to the family because only the speakers present in the bedrooms broadcast all the music without exception and that of the living room and the kitchen did not. But in the end, by removing the children from the family group, it didn't change anything...
I tried to block all music on the Nest speaker/access point just to see what happened. When I verbally asked the speaker to play music the block worked. When I played music from my phone on google music there was no block, and the speaker would continue to skip the explicit tracks. I removed the block, and suddenly after a while the speaker would play all the tracks. Really frustrating…
We apologize for the trouble this may have caused you.
To make sure, are you still having trouble with this? If so, make sure all restrictions is disable on your native music app and no filter is set on your Google Home speaker. Reinstalling your Google Home app might help too.
Looking forward to your response.