If you have been a Google Home Smart Speaker user, you might have faced problems with the Bluetooth connectivity. This is one of the most widely faced problems with Google Home users which have been reported on several platforms over the last few months. And finally, Google has acknowledged this problem and has assured that it will be fixed shortly.
Google’s responses to a Twitter complaint and a forum post were spotted by Android Police and is the first proper acknowledgement of a long-standing issue with the Google Home and Google Nest series of smart speakers. Google mentioned in its statement that they are aware of the issue and is working on a solution. However, the response from the company is highly delayed as it must be solved earlier than expected.
When paired and connected to a Bluetooth device such as a smartphone, the Google Home device initially works properly in playing music. Various complaints state that after a few minutes of working properly, the speaker disconnects from the Bluetooth device on its own.
Although smart speakers such as the Google Home aren’t usually called as Bluetooth speakers since they rely on Wi-Fi connectivity to directly stream music from online services, however, having a Bluetooth functionality should work properly in that.
Overall, its good to hear from Google that it has finally acknowledged the problem and has started working on it. While there is no fixed timeline on when the fix will be coming, we can hope that we’ll see this fix in the coming months.
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