How Do I Connect My Devices to Google Wifi

How Do I Connect My Devices to Google Wifi

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How to Connect Your Device to Google Wifi

Google WiFi is a mesh-capable wireless router designed by Google to provide Wi-Fi coverage and device management for homes and small businesses. It was announced on October 4, 2016, and released in the United States on December 5, 2016. According to Google, it is the successor to the Google OnHub router.
To connect your device to Google WiFi:
1. Open the Google WiFi app and tap the icon in the upper-left corner.
2. Tap Add Device.
3. Select your device type and tap Continue.
4. Follow the instructions to connect your device to Google WiFi.
5. Once your device is connected, you'll see it listed under Devices in the app.

What Devices Are Compatible with Google Wifi

Google WiFi is a mesh-capable wireless router designed by Google to provide Wi-Fi coverage throughout your home. It replaces your single router with multiple router “points” giving your entire home a fast mesh Wi-Fi experience.
Google WiFi works with a variety of devices that support the 802.11a/b/g/n/ac wireless standards. This includes devices from major wireless router manufacturers such as Linksys, Netgear, and TP-Link. In addition, many newer devices such as smartphones, laptops, and tablets likely support these standards as well. You can check the specifications of your device to verify if it is compatible.
If you have a devices that doesn’t support 802.11ac, don’t worry. Google WiFi is designed to work with these devices and will still provide a fast connection.

How to Set Up Your Google Wifi Network

If you’re reading this, chances are you just purchased a shiny new Google WiFi system (or are considering purchasing one). So let’s get started setting it up!
The first thing you need to do is unpack everything. You should have received two or three nodes (small discs) and a power adapter for each. If you purchased a single Google WiFi system, you will only have one node.
Once you have everything unpacked, find a good location for your primary node. This is the node that will be connected to your modem (or router, if you’re using a mesh system). It’s important to place this node in a central location, and to avoid putting it near objects that might block the signal.
After you’ve found a good location for your primary node, connect it to your modem (or router) using an Ethernet cable. If you’re using a mesh system, connect the primary node to your modem and the secondary node to the primary node using Ethernet cables.
Once your primary node is connected to your modem (or router), plug it in and wait a minute or two for it to power on.
Now it’s time to download the Google WiFi app and set up your network!
Open the Google WiFi app and tap “Get Started”.
Select “Create a new network” and give your network a name.
Tap “Continue” and then select your modem (or router) from the list of devices.
Enter your modem’s (or router’s) password and tap “Connect”.
Now you’ll be asked to place your nodes. If you have more than one node, place them in different rooms for optimal coverage.
Once you’ve placed your nodes, tap “Continue” and the app will guide you through the rest of the setup process.
Now you’re ready to start enjoying your new Google WiFi network!