Google Disables Xiaomi’s Nest Integration Due to Security Camera Bug


Xiaomi is not only a manufacturer of smartphones but the company has got plenty of other technology gadgets in its bucket. The company’s smart security camera and other tools are getting more popular day by day due to their simple integration and easy-to-use functionality.

Most homes are now studded with Smart Security Camera and Xiaomi’s Smart Security Cameras are on the top of the list of the most affordable smart cameras of the current year. Accessing feeds with voice is now possible with Xiaomi’s Security Cameras. They are also compatible with Voice Assistants that work with your voice commands.

Recently, a Reddit user has come up with shocking information which is related to a potential bug found on the Xiaomi’s Security Camera. According to the user, he was using Google’s Nest Hub along with Xiaomi’s Mijia Security Cams. He was trying to use voice commands to make the security camera work as per his command, but what he saw right after the command was shocking.

Instead of showing the feed of his home, he saw the feeds of the other homes on the screen. Some feeds were showing people as well. The unexpected feeds were in a completely black and white screen with some noise in it.

Google also acknowledged this issue and released a statement, saying, “We’re aware of the issue and are in contact with Xiaomi to work on a fix” Furthermore, the company’s spokesperson has also said that they are disabling Xiaomi’s smart devices or integrations on their devices.

Well, this is the first time a user has come up with such an issue which is absolutely not acceptable from the popular giants like Google and Xiaomi. It is still not clear how it happened and what causes streaming the feeds of other homes! Both the giants are looking into the real reason behind this issue and they will surely come up with a positive result at the end.

Apparently, Xiaomi didn’t respond to this issue happened with its security camera until now. Xiaomi will also come up with an official statement regarding this issue very soon.

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