Smart Displays allow Assistant to provide visual feedback, but the clear benefit of the screen is as a digital picture…
Smart Displays allow Assistant to provide visual feedback, but the clear benefit of the screen is as a digital picture frame for Google Photos.
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Under the Home Hub’s Display Settings, there is a new control to “Set the minimum brightness of the screen,” with options for Dark, Dim, Bright, and Brighter . Men, det er ikke klart hvilket stat ̵
1; “lavt lys” eller generelt brug – dette er controlling. All the other settings in the “General” section are for the “low light” mode.
For the moment, setting any of the four options does not change anything on the Home Hub, with an accompanying firmware update probably required to activate The feature.
Lower in the Device Settings – under “Privacy” – there is a new “Remove Voice Match” shortcut that opens Assistant’s Voice Match menu.
Google Home 2.7 also features some minor Material Theme tweaks. Instead of just text and arrows, properly rounded rectangular buttons are now leveraged in walkthrough screens. There is also a slight font tweak for cards in the Explore tab.
In-development devices, like the Home Mini and Home Max are often listed in the Google Home app before release. The companion client has long feature a “device_co.” In Google Home 2.7, the string has been updated to reflect that Chrome OS is the type of device being referred to.
One possible reason Chrome OS is listed in the Google Home app could
Google Home 2.6
Google Home 2.7
One overlooked part of Google’s home strategy is its mesh networking solution. Google Wi-Fi may now be integrated into the Google Home app according to the handy of new strings that specifically refer to the branded “Wifi” name, instead of generic “Wi-Fi.”
Open Wifi settings
DNS, WAN, LAN, more …
Wi-Fi network, password protected
Details, device settings, restart …
]% d devices are connected.
Users would be able to access options like DNS and device settings, with a future version of Google Home, possibly also noting how many devices are connected to your network.
Google employees frequently test out early versions of software, with the Google Home app now fleshing out a “Cast Dogfood Enabler.” Limited to employees with google.com accounts, tests can select a test device – including Chromecast on TVs – to get logs.
Cast Dogfood Enabler
Please choose your google.com account and try again
No account was found, this feature is restricted to run on devices that have a google.com account.
Failed authentication with server
No device was selected!
Searching for the device on hotspot …
“Could not find the device, please turn off Bluetooth and try again.”
Downloading the log …
See the log files for detailed error.
“Could not allocate any space to write the log.”
Processing, do not close this window ]
Submit feedback with Cast log
Show the debug overlay on TV
This version of The Google Home app is confidential and contains features not yet released. Do not share or discuss publicly.
Version 2.7 or Google Home is rolling out now via the Play Store. We do not post APKs to download directly given the legal challenges associated with copyright and possibility of removal. Meanwhile, that model is perilous given Android App Bundles and Google Play’s Dynamic Delivery.
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