My home mini was previously connected via Bluetooth to my audio-technica AT-LP60XBT turntable, but I was experiencing some audio stuttering, so as part of troubleshooting, I deleted it from the list of paired Bluetooth devices with the intention to immediately re-pair. Unfortunately, now the mini refuses to see or connect to the turntable.
I have tried factory resetting the turntable Bluetooth AND the mini. The turntable pairs very quickly with any other headphone or home mini, but the mini will not see or connect to the turntable once it has been forgotten. So it’s definitely a Google issue and not the turntable.
Yes I have factory reset the mini.
Yes I have deleted and reinstalled the app. Please help!
Thank you in advance! Any advice is appreciated.
Thanks again for helping here, @MikeClark. @CUSTCalamitySamOMER, I hope you've got the answer you're looking for. In addition, Check for possible nearby interference sources like other Bluetooth devices, high voltage appliances, or devices connected to a 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi network. If possible, place both devices in the same room. Make sure the speaker or display is set up and able to play audio from media sources properly even while not connected to the Bluetooth device. See if the speaker or display has the latest firmware, and if the Google Home app has the latest updates.
Keep me posted.