How To Remove A Device From Google Home

Here Are the Following Steps Of How To Remove A Device From Google Home.

1st Method

1-Go to Google Home Application

1 2

2-Scroll down to the application you want to remove such as office speaker

Untitled 2

3-And Tap and down into settings

Untitled 3

4-Scroll down you will see remove the device from Google Home

Untitled 4

And then Remove It

Untitled 5

2nd Method of How to delete devices from google home?

  1. On your iPhone, open the Google Home app.
  2. At the bottom, tap Home > Settings.
  3. Under “Google Assistant services,” tap More settings.
  4. Tap Assistant > Home control.
  5. In the “Devices” tab, at the bottom right tap Add (+).
  6. Under “Linked Services,” find the device you want to unlink and tap it.

If you are still can remove a device from google home then applying this method is recommended or you do a factory reset as well.

How To Use A Galaxy Phone As A Remote For Samsung Smart TV

How To Use A Galaxy Phone As A Remote For Samsung Smart TV

Other Frequently Asked Questions?

How to Remove Lights from Google Home?

  • Open the Google Home app Google Home app.
  • Select your light and then Settings Settings icon and then Remove device and then Remove.

Can’t Unlink a Device from Google Home?

  • You have to go under your profile in the Home app.
  • Then go to the Assistant Tab and Select Home control.
  • Go there and Assign that device under a room.
  • After that it shortly appears in the main screens device listing.
  • Tap on the device > settings > unlink.

How to Remove Chromecast from Google Home?

  1. Open the Google Home app.
  2. Locate the room you labeled for your Chromecast.
  3. Tap Settings.
  4. Select the Chromecast followed by Remove Device and then confirm the removal.

This method will remove your Chromecast from your Google Home account and app. (The app layout is the same as either an iOS or Android device.)

How to Delete a Home in Google Home?

If you’re the sole member of a house, you may remove it using the Home app.

If you are not the only member of a household, you must first use the Google Home app to delete all other members. Otherwise, you’ll only be able to remove yourself from the home, while the other members of the household will continue to have access to it and its devices.

o delete a home:

  1. Open the Google Home app Google Home app.
  2. Switch to the home you want to delete.
  3. Tap Settings   Delete this home  Delete.

How to Remove other Members from Google Home?

They’ll be informed that they’ve been removed from the home.
Their account will no longer be linked to the devices, and they will no longer have access to the devices or services in the house.
Assistant devices, including speakers and displays, will stay in the home, even those set up by the deleted person. These devices will no longer be associated with the household member you have removed.

  1. Open the Google Home app Google Home app.
  2. Switch to the home you want to edit.
  3. Tap Settings   Household.
  4. Tap the home member you want to remove.
  5. At the top right, tap Remove .

How to Remove Other Cast Devices from Google Home?

Any device connected to the same network can be cast to any Chromecast device on that network. There is no stopping it. These devices were created for the house, and this feature removes the need to continuously authorize and configure phones, tablets, and PCs.

So What can you do apart from Removing Casting Devices:

  • Use a Different Router
  • or You can add it to another room (so you don’t have an “other cast devices” section.

 

0/5 (0 Reviews)

About The Author

Hassan Zaka

I am an expert in accounting and have diverse experience in technical writing. I have written for various industries on finance, business, and technology. I have a clear and simple writing style and use infographics and diagrams to make my writing engaging. I can benefit any organization needing technical writing services.

Follow Us:
LinkedinTwitter
Home Automation >> Brands >> Google >> How To Remove A Device From Google Home

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top