Chances are, if you have a Google Home , you already have the Google Home app. You'll need to sign in with your Google Account to access your devices. From there, you'll need to forget the Google Home's Wi-Fi network and set it up again to connect to the new network.
Easily change the network on all your smart devices
Change Google Home Wi-Fi
Changing the Wi-Fi network that your devices connect to isn't something you need to do very often. But when you do — such as when you install a new router or change the name of your Wi-Fi network — it can be tricky working out what to do. Things can get even more complex when you're working with devices that don't have a way to change this on the device physically, like a smart home products that's specifically controlled through a smartphone app. Next, open the Google Home smartphone app, then tap on the device where you want to change the Wi-Fi settings. You will then be returned to the home screen. Here, you can go through, and need to go through, the Wi-Fi setup process again, and connect the device to your new Wi-Fi network. If you run into this problem, which we have experienced ourselves, you can try this next step for troubleshooting, which involves a factory reset of your smart home device. If your smart home device refuses to connect to the new router, you can do a factory reset of the device.
After setting up Google Home , normally you will not change WiFi settings although you may change other settings for Google Home. Some Google Home settings can be done through voice command, or through the touch panel, or through Google Home app. For example you can adjust volume of Google Home with any of the 3 methods. Sometimes, you may have to factory data reset the Google Home due to WiFi network changes.
Subscriber Account active since. A Google Home can be a helpful personal assistant, and is a convenient way to connect all of the smart devices in your home. Once your devices are connected to your Google Home, you can control them all from your phone via the Google Home app, or through a few simple voice commands. In order for your Google Home system to do this, it has to be hooked up to a working Wi-Fi network. If for any reason you need to change your Wi-Fi network, you can do so in the Google Home app. Be aware, though, that once you change your Google Home's network, every Google device connected to the Home will have their network change too. Tap the desired device. Tap the settings button in the upper right corner of the screen. It's the one shaped like a gear, second from the right. Tap the settings button.