It seems that Sounds are not flagged in the 24/7 history for the new
Google Nest Camera Battery (enabled because we have the Google Nest
power cable). With existing Google Nest cameras and doorbells, the 24/7
history timeline separately indicates whe...
Since Sept. 23, all of my posts and replies in this Google Nest
Community forum appear to post, but upon refreshing the screen my post
or reply disappears. This happens in Firefox, Chrome, and Safari on an
iMac and on an iPad.Is this happening to any...
Because video history for the new Google Nest Camera Battery cannot be
accessed on a computer--unlike existing Nest cameras--there is no way in
which we can select and view a specific full day from the camera's full
video history (which we have becau...
Our new Google Nest Cam (battery) does not appear in the Nest app. We
can only view it, access its history, and configure it in the Google
Home app.Conversely, most of the settings for our other Google Nest
cameras and doorbells can only be configure...
Both of your cameras should be able to use your Nest Aware subscription,
but in order to get 24/7 recording from the new Google Nest Camera
Battery, you need to connect it with the optional power cable.
Unfortunately, as we customers have been discov...
Doesn't it depend on what part of the cable went bad? If it's the
adapter that went bad, you might be able to replace that portion (except
they aren't available anymore). If it's the cable from the camera to the
adapter, then you're out of luck.
That's too bad that something in macOS Big Sur prevents operation of the
home.nest.com website across all browsers. Could it be a firewall
change? Maybe it's worth trying to alert Google on this. (They do, after
all, have a support page on watching N...
Unfortunately, the new Google Nest cameras released in the last couple
of months cannot be accessed from the Google Nest app or from the
home.nest.com website via your browser, but only from the Google Home
app.You can read Google's perspective on th...
I'm just a community member, but when I looked up the info on this new
floodlight camera, it looks like it's a fixture that mounts directly on
a junction box (like one that you might have for an existing
floodlight), and you connect the wires from th...