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How To Reset Google WiFi?

If you’re using Google WiFi routers, then you must know how to reset Google WiFi to do a soft factory reset. Google WiFi is a flexible connected Wi-Fi system that provides a consistently strong signal. These are the simplest and effortless routers to set up. Resetting a Wi-Fi router is a must if you want to erase all the data Google has collected from your device. In today’s post, I will teach you how to reset Google WiFi router in detail. Here, I’ve explained four quick and easy ways to reset your router. Without waiting much, let’s find out how to reset Google WiFi more in-depth.

How To Reset Google WiFi?

Using the following methods, you can learn how to reset Google WiFi.

  1. By Using The Reset Button
  2. By Using Router’s Side Button
  3. By Using Google WiFi App
  4. By Using Google Home App

You can easily reset your Google Wi-Fi when not working by using the router’s reset or side button. This resetting process can also be done by using the Google WiFi app and Google Home app. Are you excited to check out more about how to reset Google WiFi system? Then keep on reading….

Reset Google WiFi Using The Reset Button

You can perform a reset on your Google WiFi device by using its reset button. Follow these steps if you want to know how to reset Google WiFi modem.

  1. Start by unplugging the Google WiFi router’s power cable.
  2. Then, look at the back of your device to locate the reset button.
  3. Now, you’ve to press and hold this reset button.
  4. Make sure you keep pressing it for at least 10 seconds.
  5. You’ll notice that the indicator light present on the router begins to flash.
  6. After a while, the router indicator light becomes solid yellow.
  7. Release the reset button as it turns solid yellow.

This will start up the reset process. Make sure you do not hold the reset button for 15 seconds or longer. Due to this, the indicator light will continue to flash yellow and the router won’t reset.

Reset Google WiFi Using Router’s Side Button

Some Google WiFi routers have no reset button on the backside. Don’t worry, you can still reset it by following these steps.

  1. Start by unplugging the Google WiFi router’s power cable.
  2. Now, locate a button on the side of your router.
  3. Now, you’ve to press and hold this side button.
  4. Make sure you keep pressing it for at least 10 seconds.
  5. You’ll notice that the indicator light present on the router will turn white.
  6. After a while, the router indicator light starts flashing blue light.
  7. Release the reset button as it turns solid yellow.

Your WiFi router will continue flashing blue light for a while and then, later on, will stay solid blue. Keep your router aside for about 10 minutes to automatically factory reset it.

You can keep on reading to check out how to factory reset Google WiFi.

Reset Google WiFi Using Google WiFi App

The Google WiFi app comes in handy to perform a factory reset on Google WiFi routers. Follow these steps if you want to reset your Google WiFi router.

  1. First, download and launch the Google WiFi app on your device.
  2. Log in or Sign in using your user ID and a password.
  3. Then, open up the Settings section.
  4. Under the Settings section, locate and tap on the Network & General tab.
  5. Under Network, tap on the WiFi points.
  6. Now, tap on the Factory Reset option.
  7. On the next screen, again tap on Factory Reset to confirm these changes.
  8. The WiFi points will first flash blue and then will turn solid blue.
  9. Wait for about 10 minutes to finish this process.
  10. Once it’s complete, the app will notify saying Reset is complete.
  11. After a while, your Google WiFi points will slowly pulse blue indicating it’s ready for setup.

This will help your Google WiFi router to work better once you reset all your current settings. However, you can follow the same procedure to know how to reset Google WiFi Point.

Reset Google WiFi Using Google Home App

You can use the Google Home App to hard reset your Google Nest WiFi or Google WiFi devices. Follow these steps to learn how to hard reset Google Nest WiFi.

  1. First, download and launch the Google Home app on your device.
  2. Log in or Sign in using your user ID and a password.
  3. Then, locate your device’s name from the list.
  4. From the top right corner, locate and tap on Settings.
  5. Under the Settings section, select Factory Reset Network.
  6. A pop-up message asking for Confirm factory reset appears on the screen.
  7. Then, select OK to begin the resetting process.
  8. Wait for a while (about 10 minutes) to finish this process.
  9. A new message stating the reset is complete appears on the screen.

This will delete all settings and data from your modem. Under the Settings section, select Factory reset WiFi point to remove Google WiFi point from Google Home.

You can keep on reading if you want to set up a Google WiFi password.

Reset Google WiFi Password

Using the Google Home app, you can easily update or set a unique Google WiFi password. Follow these steps to know how to reset your Google WiFi password.

  1. First, download and launch the Google Home app on your device.
  2. Log in or Sign in using your user ID and a password.
  3. Then, locate your device’s name from the list.
  4. From the top right corner, locate and tap on Settings.
  5. Under the Settings section, tap on WiFi.
  6. Select Show Password and then tap on the Edit icon.
  7. Now, edit or change your WiFi password.
  8. Tap on the Save button to save and apply these changes.

Make sure your new password has a combination of letters and numbers. And it can be between 8 to 63 characters excluding special characters.

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FAQ

Where Is Google WIFI Reset Button?

How to reset a Google Wifi in the app

  1. Pull up the Google Wifi app and click on the “Settings” section.
  2. Open the “Network & General” tab.
  3. Tap the “Wi-Fi points” tab under Network.
  4. Tap “Factory Reset” and then confirm on the next screen by tapping the same words again.

What To Do If Google WIFI Stops Working?

  1. Check your cables and connections. Sometimes loose, disconnected or damaged cables can cause connection issues.
  2. Restart your modem, router and point(s)
  3. Check your configuration.
  4. Call your Internet Service Provider (ISP)
  5. Factory reset your Wifi devices.
  6. Contact support.

Why Is My Google Wifi Blinking Orange?

Google Wi-Fi might show the flashing orange light due to a temporary communication glitch of the network or if the router cannot unregister the old Google Wi-Fi point. In this case, performing a cold restart of the router and other networking equipment may solve the problem.

How Do I Manually Reset My Nest Wifi?

Look for a circle etched into the bottom of the device. Press and hold the button for 15 seconds. When the factory reset is complete, there will be a sound cue confirming it has been reset. This can take up to 10 minutes.

Conclusion

In the above post, I’ve explained how to factory reset Google Home WiFi without the app and with the app in-depth. A factory reset on a Google WiFi router is necessary if you are planning to hand it over to someone else. Resetting a device means erasing all information from a router or point. You simply have to press and hold the factory reset button on the back of your device. Data from your WiFi router can also be deleted by either using the Google Home app or the Google WiFi app. You can easily make changes in Google WiFi routers by learning how to reset Google WiFi.

 

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