Have been using my Google nest speakers for a while to play white noise to drown out noise to help my daughter/toddler sleep.
Am doing the standard "ok Google, play white noise".
However, over the last few days the speaker (mini, but also occurs on others in house too.) will play a different version of white noise
Had to resort to casting from Spotify.
Any ideas on how to fix this issue?
I noticed a change in volume over the past week or few. Honestly, my Minis have been behaving poorly since mid December it's hard to track. In any case, I used to listen at 25% max most of the time. Now I can barely hear music at the same level. I've also noticed that my ocean sleep sounds sometimes are still playing up to my alarm going off in the morning, where the waves used to stop after about an hour.
Fwiw, I believe you can command (voice or routine) speakers to play white noise for X period of time - "Hey Google, play white noise for 12 hours.". Though this may be broken as of late and/or change from day to day as other functions have recently.
Of course, with all the Sonos suit business going on for just short of a month now, I'm getting used to my Minis and other devices misbehaving in all sorts of odd ways.
Sure would be nice if Google had a change log we could view. Issue tracker doesn't cut it for this purpose.
If I find an update or solution I'll post here.
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