Just after midnight, Google said a fix for its devices will roll out automatically over the next six hours.
A Google glitch has left users across the globe frustrated, especially due to a lack of information and updates from the multinational technology company. A Google spokesperson confirmed to TechCrunch that there's an issue affecting "some" of its customers of these platforms, and it's now investigating the issue and working on a solution. If you're also receiving this specific error message, don't bother resetting the speaker like I did because it won't fix anything. So you may be able to use your Netflix app on a Nvidia Sheild but not be able to cast from your phone to your Nvidia Shield via the built-in Chromecast.
@madebygoogle so, I completely depend on my Google home/Chromecast for entertainment.
Google was inundated with complaints from people about the issue in New Zealand, Spain, Ireland, India and Argentina.
Google is not the only tech firm to have experienced disruption.
"Your Google Home isn't set up yet". Would have helped a bunch to know sooner. However, it is telling affected users it is working on a fix.
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Another said: "Can we get some info on what's going on?"
We can't say for sure how many devices aren't working, but it seems to be pretty widespread.
Some owners are blaming a software update that Google apparently pushed out in the past 12 hours or so.
Google said in a statement that it has fixed a problem affecting both its Home smart speakers and the Chromecast, the plug-in video casting dongle for televisions.