Let's take a look at how to update your Google Home.
The procedure described in this article applies to the traditional Google Home, Google Nest Hub smart, Home Max, Nest Mini, and Nest Audio.
Time to dive into the updates....
How to update the Google Home
Most devices have an interface with a menu with a button to check for the latest firmware or a browse box to upload a file we previously downloaded from the Internet.
However, Google devices don't work that way.
There's no update button or download link for new firmware.
Google devices are automatically updated when a new firmware is released, and you can join a program to get such updates as soon as possible.
Here are the steps to update your device.
On the "device settings" screen you can see the Nest firmware version.
You can join the preview program and toggle to "Allow email notification" button.
Here's the confirmation message.
After joining the "Preview Program," Google will let you know when there's a new firmware and update your devices first.
So, there no much you can do other than wait for a new update and make sure the Google devices are connected to the Internet.
How do I know if my Google device was updated?
You can write down the latest firmware your Google device is running and come back after some time to check if there's a new version on your device. To make sure your Google device was updated
When the device is being updated, it shows a semi-circle spinning light on the speaker's top or a moving white light for the Google Nest Mini.
What if you didn't see any update lights on your device?
You can open the device settings menu, check the firmware version and compare to the current version described on Google's website.
Just search on Google for "Google Home Latest Firmware".
You will find a table with all the information about Google Home and Nest devices.
Now it's just a question of comparing the information with your devices.
If the version are different and you are already subscribed to the Preview program, just reboot your Google or Nest device and wait for the automatic update.
You Google Home and Nest devices are automatically updated every time there's a new firmware available. You don't need to click any button but you can subscribe to Google's preview program to expedite the process.
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