- 1 Why won’t my Google Home play music from my phone?
- 2 How do I play my iPhone music on Google Home?
- 3 How do I connect my phone to Google Home?
- 4 Can Google Assistant play music from my phone?
- 5 How do I get Google Assistant to play music from my library?
- 6 How do I play music from my phone to Google Mini?
- 7 How do I connect my iPhone to Google?
- 8 Does Google Home work with Bluetooth?
- 9 Can I control my Google Home with my phone?
- 10 How do I get Google to listen to my music?
- 11 What music apps work with Google Assistant?
- 12 Can Google Assistant identify music?
Why won’t my Google Home play music from my phone?
Clear the cache on your music app. It’s possible that the app itself is to blame for Google Home not playing music. For example, if you’re streaming Spotify from your phone to Google Home, tap Delete cache in the settings to delete all the temporary files it’s storing on your device.
How do I play my iPhone music on Google Home?
Set up Apple Music on your Google Nest device
- On your iPhone, iPad or Android device, open the Google Home app.
- Tap Settings.
- Tap Music.
- Under “More music services”, tap the Link icon next to Apple Music.
- Tap Link Account.
How do I connect my phone to Google Home?
- Plug in your speaker or display. If the device has been used before, factory reset your speaker or display before you continue.
- On your phone or tablet, open the Google Home app.
- Tap the Add icon Set up device.
- You’ll be able to opt out of some settings, like Voice Match or personal results.
Can Google Assistant play music from my phone?
On your Android phone or tablet, say “Hey Google, open Assistant settings.” Or, go to Assistant settings. Tap Music. Choose a music service.
How do I get Google Assistant to play music from my library?
Open the Google Assistant app and select your profile image in the upper-right corner. Under All Settings, scroll down and select Music. Under Your Music Services, select another linked music service. See if Google Assistant can play music from this service.
How do I play music from my phone to Google Mini?
Cast all Android audio to Google Home
- Ensure your Android device is connected to the same WiFi network as your Google Home.
- Open the Google Home app for Android.
- Access the side-menu of the app and tap Cast Screen/Audio.
- Tap the “Cast Screen/Audio” button.
- Select the Google Home device you want audio to play from.
How do I connect my iPhone to Google?
Open up the Google Home app and tap Get Started in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen. Choose the Gmail account you want to use for your Google Home, then tap OK. Your iPhone will begin to look for nearby Google Home devices. Your iPhone will say “GoogleHome found” when it connects to your Google Home.
Does Google Home work with Bluetooth?
You can play music that’s stored on your mobile device (phone or tablet) or computer on your Google Nest or Home speaker or display using Bluetooth. This includes music downloaded from iTunes, Audible, Apple Music, and personal playlists.
Can I control my Google Home with my phone?
The Google Home works just as any other Chromecast device when streaming content from your phone or tablet, so you can adjust the volume without touching Home or using a voice command. To do so, open the Google Home app and tap on the speaker you want to control, then adjust the volume as you see fit.
How do I get Google to listen to my music?
To get this on your Android device you need to add the Sound Search widget to your home screen. In stock Android, you touch and hold the home screen, select the widgets section, and then swipe through the choices until you come to Sound Search.
What music apps work with Google Assistant?
Google supports many music services nowadays: YouTube Music, Apple Music, Spotify, iHeartRadio, TuneIn, Pandora, Deezer.
Can Google Assistant identify music?
Google will listen through your phone’s microphone and if music is playing, you should see a button appear to tap that says “What’s this song?” If not, ask, “What song is this?” You can now start playing music, singing, or even hum a tune for your Google Assistant to start trying to figure it out.