There is an increasing case of Google Home Mini all lights on. The device shows all four LEDs are on. It does not work, like it cannot do anything. Even users reported that their Home app could not find the device.
Maybe you have this same issue. Try to reset, but no changes. You press your Mini and hold the reset button for many times, but only one LED turns green, and nothing happens after all. Release the button, and it goes back to white. Press it again, and it goes back to green again.
How to Fix Google Home Mini All Lights On
We try to read some posts related to this issue. When users and the community specialists gathered in a forum, we tried to follow all their comments. So, here we gathered all the possible ways to solve Google Home Mini all lights on:
1. Unplug and Plug it Back
Unplug the power cord from your Google Home Mini, then wait for about 10 seconds. Next, plug it back in and then wait so you will see all 4 LED lights on the top illuminate.
Repeat the step above 10 more times.
After plugging it back in the last time, wait for a few moments to let your Mini to reset. It will tell you “Welcome to Google Home”. To start, download Google Home app on your tablet or phone, so you can easily know that you can set it up.
For the third step, if you are using the newer Google Nest Mini second gen, after plugging it back in the last time, you must press the mute button located on the back, do this for 15 seconds and your device will reset.
2. Factory Reset
If you experience this problem after changing WiFi access point plus delete it under the section of Home app, you can factory reset your Mini.
Here are more topics about Google Home smart speaker :
- Fixing Google Home Not Responding to Commands
- Google Nest Mini Speaker (2nd Gen Google Home Mini) Review
- Nest Mini Keeps Resetting
- Why Do My Google Mini Keeps Restarting? Here is How to Fix
- How to Fix Nest Mini Keeps Rebooting Itself
That is all about how to fix Google Home Mini all lights on. If nothing above can help you, then we recommend you to talk to the community specialist. They should direct you to fill out form for further help.